I have already searched all past archives for about all
types of pulse arc welding machines. I found one user who seems to
use a standard tig welder for jewelry repair/fabrication. I need to
know if this is possible with the following machine.
Miller dynasty 200dx.
- The amp range is from 1-200 A
- It welds both AC/DC with pulse
- It welds with argon.
- I can get a torch that holds.5mm tungsten electrodes. (If there
are smaller send me a link.)
- It has a foot-pedal control
- It starts with high frequency.
I have the following questions about such a setup.
Could you do intricate work with this tool? Like tipping, prong
If the fine work can be done does it take someone with world
class welding skills to accomplish this? Something i don’t have, but
i am willing to practice until perfect.
If you tap the pedal can you do quick welds like next to heat
sensitive stones. I know the heat is intense for tig but it is also
localized. But how localized.
I know that it is best to buy the right machine for the right job. I
want to know if it is possible because the miller dynasty is a top
of the line machine and not a cheap tig welder. I can just do so much
more than the arc welders for jewelry. I try to think outside the
But not so far outside the box that I am cooking emeralds and
melting rings into lumps of junk.
Thank you for your time