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  • I've downloaded Apperson's Cad Std, its a free download for the basic version and about $50 (CDN) for the pro version and have spent some time with it, nice for
    2D stuff. If you don't have any intentions to do cut paths and stuff for CNC mills it is fully exportable and importable in DXF and...
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  • pcwelder
    replied to Suitcase & Dynasty
    We have a Miller 250 that still kicks azz in the welding shop, however it is set up with a pin type power cord, and after cutting through the floor to install a new in ground hoist, we also cut the power circuit that feeds that side of the shop. "We don't need no stinking locates!!" ...
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  • pcwelder
    replied to Suitcase & Dynasty
    I thought so... I guess it's time to buck up for the Passport! I love spending other peoples money. Thanks for the replies!
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  • pcwelder
    started a topic Suitcase & Dynasty

    Suitcase & Dynasty

    Is is possible to connect a voltage sensing wire feeder to the CC output from a Dynasty 200DX? My boss seems to think so but I am thinking differently. We have a Thermal Arc suitcase welder that we run on our Big 40G, and the boss wants to make a cart with it and the Dynasty to have an all in one machine....
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  • Company bought me a 3M Speedglass ADFLO with the flip front and side shields, quite the piece of kit. Haven't been able to get into a position this helmet hasn't been able to handle.
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  • Most diesel generators and welders run an isochronous governor in them ie. zero RPM droop to maintain the same freqency (Hz) output from the generator portion. While over the road trucks, large and small diesels use an automotive style governor that takes into account the throttle position of the opperator....
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  • pcwelder
    replied to Lets see your tig carts!
    Here's mine

    Left over 1" square tubing and diamond plate. Some all terrain tires and a bunch of time later....
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  • Great start!

    been watching your progress, it's looking great! My Dynasty has all the bells and whistles that your machine has and once you get them dialled in you can concentrate on your technique. The machine has more talent than I do, that's for sure. Hot and fast is the rule for...
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  • pcwelder
    started a topic Aluminum Project

    Aluminum Project

    Small project this week, 15 money vaults for our campgrounds here in Jasper.

    Dynasty 200DX (older version)
    3/32 2% thoriated
    180A max
    120 Hz
    6061 plate, tube, and angle
    5356 filler
    Ar sheilding.

    Some of the welds have the dreaded...
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  • pcwelder
    replied to sync 200 sucking up argon
    Is your post flow adjustable on the Sync. my Dynasty is, maybe the post flow is set too long. Just a thought.
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  • I have been told to keep a 60/40 spacing. 60% in front of the axle and 40% behind the axle. Keep in mind the front also includes the trailer hitch. I have only build about 5 trailers in my career, so anyone here probably has more experience than me.
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  • My cart

    Built from 1" square tubing .125" wall. All terrain tires and casters up front. Been looking for some 2 or 3 in copper to make some rod holders, can't seem to get the plumbers to make good on their promises. Thanks for looking....
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  • Not From a Sync 250

    Been away for a while, this thread has been some good reading. I purchased my Dynasty 200dx about 6 years ago while in the early stages of an apprentiship in the welding trade. I was looking for a welder that wouldn't limit me in growing as a professional in the...
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  • pcwelder
    replied to Lets see some beads
    Thanks coalsmoke, I use 6010 for the root only because I seem to be able to control it better in out of position stuff. Then once there is some thermal mass i can lay in the 223 (7018) with more confidence. I run 1/8" 223 @ 103 Amps for all my flat and horizontal work, the slag is almost self...
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  • pcwelder
    replied to Lets see some beads
    Not currently on the camera, but I can post some here later. Lots of repairs at my shop, when NASA wasn't hiring I think we got all the rocket scientists. Lucky us!!
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