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Old July 16th, 2011, 07:03 PM   #1
 
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Default Which is the better of the two?

Longevity Tigweld 200DX Vs. Miller Dynasty 200DX

Does anyone know the comparison between these 2 welders because I am seriously considering buying one of the two but can not decide on which one so if you the pros and cons of these or have any other info please be sure to let me know
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Old July 16th, 2011, 08:19 PM   #2
 
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Buy both and which ever one you don't like, I'll take off your hands!!!
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Default Longevity Weldall 200pi

Thanks to all of you for the suggestions but I have decided to purchase form a company named longevity for a tig welder/plasma cutter,they had awesome customer service and a great warranty on there units for very affordable prices...the name of the unit I got is a Weldall 200pi I will post some pics of my welds so you guys can see how it looks so be sure to let me know what you think
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Old September 3rd, 2011, 08:00 PM   #4
 
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Nice unit! Are you self taught or had classes? I grew up around welders and Oil field workers so I was pretty much just field taught and practiced till I could make stuff stay. Sometimes looks like a dirt dauber been on it but others I look around to see if anybody saw that!
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Nice looking welds. I've been looking at welders also...could really use one with some of the projects I have in mind.
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My uncle picked up one of these welders not to long ago (maybe two months ago) and hasnt had any problems yet at all with it, in fact he loves it. Welds look good to by the way!
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I did take some classes but never really finished but mostly do just hobby work, thanks for the replies I really do love this unit as I have not any problems at all
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