You bought Blue, so your off to a good start there. I assume you are mainly going to TIG with it? What kind of info are you looking for?
can you get finger and foot control with that model?
wanna sell your precision 185 yet?
Use it a lot.Oh, get a gas lens setup for it. Use less argon with better coverage for the weld puddle.
ME: yes all tig, I was just hoping someone had one of these things. I came with the thumb roller and a foot control is available .CC: No.I have a brand new gas lens setup somewhere I'll find it & get started.Thanks Jay.
Gas lens is a a great idea, and your thumb roller will come in handy. I used one of these at a Educators Seminar I was at. Runs pretty smooth, It just doesn't have all the bells and whistles a Dynasty 200 has, but for the price you can't go wrong. The MVP plug is ingenious, It's light, the built in solenoid may seem like a luxury thing but is a must, and you have a pulser on it. What thicknesses will you be running on it?
Playing around with some exhaust tubing scrap & I'm really digging this thing! Not too into the thumb control but I can see using it in tight spots and such with good results but for table stuff I want a foot pedal.Good call on the gas lens set up.What argon pressure do ya'll recommend with it?
Without a gas lens you want to run about 18-20 cfh, and with one you can run it about 12 cfh or a little less. The thumb control is a funny thing, across the pond about 80% use it and it's about the exact opposite here in the states. At lease on your back welding you wont have to pull a "thigh master" move to get your welds done. Practice it in your spare time so you are ready in a bind.
Ok I have to turn it down quite a bit then.I spent all afternoon with the thumby I can see using more than I originally thought.Thanks for all your help M.E.
No Prob, it's my job. Happy Welding, and don't forget to post pictures.
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