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  • #16
    Nearly 40 years among the Brightest & the Dimmest

    http://shine.yahoo.com/experts/why-y...3BtaA--;_ylv=3

    Nothing destroys a mind more than stagnation, and primal responce reasoning.
    I'm 100 % in agreement with this artical's findings.

    People who use the mind in an optimull fashion create tools like the Dynasty.
    People who use the mind in an optimull fashion keep the evolution
    of the tools of our trades alive.

    Folks who sink into the quicksand of a repeticious non-challanging life-style
    would reduce us to a dumber than dumb culture.
    Those who live by a (if it feels good and tastes good) mind-lock.
    Are less contributive than animals.

    Some-one was paying close attention long ago when he saw what happened to metal
    when a substancial arc did it's thing (most likely unintended) and started
    the world of welding with electricity. As brilliant as many blacksmiths were
    I'd bet it wasn't a smith, but some-one who had payed close attention
    as he watched forge-welding, and also saw the effects of an arc on metal components
    fused together by some overloaded or errent use of electricity.
    Phil
    Last edited by vicegrip; 02-10-2014, 03:12 AM.
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    • #17
      I still see an unfilled huge gap between a 200amp tig-source and a 350amp tig-source.
      Who's gonna fill that gap?

      If I brought this to work...........

      and plugged it in next to the Dynasty........
      and as it often does; lightning hits our building- - -
      Which unit survives?

      I bet a one-man shop welder may tip toward that big ticket purchase
      if a non-cascade-able non-catastrofic failure technology
      was incorporated into Hobart's next Monster!
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      • #18
        There is always a place in my heart for those old 330s phil, I have many hours logged on them.
        Miller dynasty 350
        Miller syncrowave 250
        Miller deltaweld 450
        Miller cp-300
        And one fancy microwelding setup

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        • #19
          Originally posted by vicegrip View Post
          I still see an unfilled huge gap between a 200amp tig-source and a 350amp tig-source.
          Who's gonna fill that gap?...
          Miller Dynasty 280, ESAB Heliarc 281i, Lincoln Invertec V311-T, Thermal Arc ArcMaster 300 ACDC ...
          --- RJL ----------------------------------------------

          Ordinarily I'm insane, but I have lucid moments when I'm merely stupid.
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          • #20
            Forgive me ........... I thought the Dynasty 280 was on indefinate hold.

            I need to be put out to pasture one day soon.
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            • #21
              They finally got the Dyn 280 out the door.

              https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RwoCOqfMKQ8
              --- RJL ----------------------------------------------

              Ordinarily I'm insane, but I have lucid moments when I'm merely stupid.
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              • #22
                Interesting, wonder what the price difference is between the 280 and 350.
                Miller dynasty 350
                Miller syncrowave 250
                Miller deltaweld 450
                Miller cp-300
                And one fancy microwelding setup

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                • #23
                  350 = a kick in the nads.
                  280 = a trailer hitch to the shin.

                  only difference....... you recover faster from the hitch to the shin.

                  I just don't see the justification for this kind of sticker shock.
                  Or clearly put ... does any-one realy want to buy a Chinese ArcMaster?

                  just say'n.
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by vicegrip View Post
                    ... does any-one realy want to buy a Chinese ArcMaster? ...
                    Sum Ting Wong with that?

                    Video of Phil with the rental car:

                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9n8RNykwXEA
                    Last edited by usmcpop; 02-10-2014, 11:40 AM.
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                    Ordinarily I'm insane, but I have lucid moments when I'm merely stupid.
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                    • #25
                      That's hilarious.
                      Miller dynasty 350
                      Miller syncrowave 250
                      Miller deltaweld 450
                      Miller cp-300
                      And one fancy microwelding setup

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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by vicegrip View Post
                        Or clearly put ... does any-one realy want to buy a Chinese ArcMaster?
                        I wanted to buy a Japanese ArcMaster over a Chinese Everlast.
                        CanoeCruiser
                        Harris dual-stage O/A
                        Lincoln AC/DC buzzbox
                        Hobart IronMan 210
                        Lincoln PowerMig 135
                        Miller 3035 spoolgun
                        Thermal Arc 185
                        Thermadyne Cutmaster 52
                        Angle grinders, vicegrips, the usual suspects
                        Two hands, tired body, not enough time...

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                        • #27
                          Old thread, but I figured I would open in case someone was looking to buy a new dynasty. I was fortunate enough to be invited by Lincoln to try their new tig (aspect). It has been awhile now but I was very impressed. It is nearly half the price and welds quite well. This was Lincoln's answer to Miller's dynasty and I did not believe they would do ot., but hey did........ Mostly. If I were to buy a tig tomorrow I would likely go with this aspect. I put it through its paces from one end to the other and the only issue I had was the start, but all Lincoln's start a little different compared to Miller's.
                          Miller dynasty 350
                          Miller syncrowave 250
                          Miller deltaweld 450
                          Miller cp-300
                          And one fancy microwelding setup

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                          • #28
                            Well!
                            You certainly have my Attention.
                            On the Dynasty I used for the last 3 years,
                            it's features helped me with several struggles.......
                            but WoW that pricetag!

                            Lets explore this Aspect!
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