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    Okay, I switched to the torch trigger. Tested the...

    Okay, I switched to the torch trigger. Tested the arc and it is strong. I can burn a hole through 1/8 steel plate almost instantly. Tested it on AC and DC. Works great.

    Switched back to the foot...
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    Okay several things don't make sense to me on...

    Okay several things don't make sense to me on this welder.

    1 With all controls at max(including the pedal knob), the readout never shows above 134 amps, and the arc seems to be at that...
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    Okay, since this unit didn't come with any...

    Okay, since this unit didn't come with any instructions or manual, what does the readout display and when?
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    200DX so far, and Quick disconnect??

    ---------- Post added at 10:56 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:51 AM ----------

    PS: is this torch the same as a WP20??
  5. Okay, Tomorrow I order my 200DX. I hope the rest...

    Okay, Tomorrow I order my 200DX. I hope the rest of this goes as well as the beginning!
    Thanks everyone for the assistance!!
  6. Does anyone know how long it takes for longevity...

    Does anyone know how long it takes for longevity to respond to "make a reasonable offer"
  7. So is the 200dx the closest welder in the...

    So is the 200dx the closest welder in the Longevity line to the eastwood 200tig? I thought Longevity had a 200 AC/DC tig for around the same price. But apparently they have jumped a fair amount.
  8. Thanks for the replies again! The miller is off...

    Thanks for the replies again!
    The miller is off the table as the company is sending to another facility.
    So I'm down to the Eastwood and a Longevity model. I really can't afford the plasma version,...
  9. thread deleted??? ASked a question about a comparison of welders and closet Longevity

    I asked earlier about comparisons of the closest Longevity welder in comparison to a used Miller AC/DC and Eastwood 200 TIG and the closest Longevity welder.

    Apparently, I said something wrong...
  10. 157 for me. If work and junk doesn't get in the...

    157 for me. If work and junk doesn't get in the way I'm in.
  11. Poll: lol, post her on camera more and I'll forget all...

    lol, post her on camera more and I'll forget all about it! Cutie she is.

    Great deal on the welder too!
  12. Poll: I think they said my name wrong! Congrats to...

    I think they said my name wrong!

    Congrats to the winner, which I won't spoil by spelling it out!!!

    Very much fun and I hope to do it again.

    Maybe the rest of us loser can get special...
  13. Thread: Alibre CAD

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    I think there are some free DXF to gcode...

    I think there are some free DXF to gcode generators out there, but only 2d.
  14. Thread: Alibre CAD

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    LoL, that was supposed to be 200-300 dollars! ...

    LoL, that was supposed to be 200-300 dollars!

    Which is about 500-600 off the retail price.
  15. Thread: Alibre CAD

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    take a serious look at BobCad/Cam. Ignore their...

    take a serious look at BobCad/Cam. Ignore their pricing list even if they call you. You can buy the full version for 2-300 dollars if you hold out.

    if you want to get serious CAM software, look...
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    Trying to keep it aligned with bearings or guides...

    Trying to keep it aligned with bearings or guides under pressure will not work, This I can assure you.

    A flow divider, actually a flow divider/combiner in this case, literally divides the flow in...
  17. Thread: Tig third hand

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    I love this thing!

    I love this thing!
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    I see a potential problem. If you bind one of...

    I see a potential problem. If you bind one of those cylinders, or even press slightly unevenly, the flow will switch to the other, creating an even bigger bind, and something unintentional will bend....
  19. Thread: Name change?

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    Yes, Uncle Ed, is the guy, and grebbler was the...

    Yes, Uncle Ed, is the guy, and grebbler was the actions of the guy!
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    Anther way to do this is to start a bigger motor...

    Anther way to do this is to start a bigger motor using the capacitor method on the same line as you other 3 phase motors. Then you can start all the rest like they were 3 phase. As long as the idler...
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    That's odd. I have never found them to be more...

    That's odd. I have never found them to be more than McMaster Carr. I wonder if they have changed hands? I'll have to check out Online Metals.

    Clay

    PS. I didn't see 303 on the online metals...
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    It could be many thing depending on what it was...

    It could be many thing depending on what it was used for. Take some pictures of the Pump, maybe I can help decipher it. Especially if you can find a tag with model numbers.

    Clay
  23. Poll: Yes it was fun. Win or lose, I had fun learning...

    Yes it was fun. Win or lose, I had fun learning from you guys, and hopefully shared enough to benefit some here.

    If I don't win, I look forward to challenging you all to the next one!

    Clay:)
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    you can purchase an AC inverter for the 3 phase,...

    you can purchase an AC inverter for the 3 phase, but these cost money, especially in the higher HP. I love them though. If you have 220 single phase, you can buy these cheap up to 2HP. Over 2 HP they...
  25. Thread: OOoops

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    first, glad you're not hurt, second, wear NON...

    first, glad you're not hurt, second, wear NON flammable clothing and keep it grease and oil free!;-)
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