TIG Welder - Miller Dynasty 200
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|TIG Welder - Miller Dynasty 200|
|Name||Miller Dynasty 200|
|Make Model||Miller Dynasty 200|
|Part Number||Dynasty 200|
|Date Departed||NO DATE DEPARTED|
|Storage Location||Welding zone, against the wall.|
|Documentation||* Quick reference guide: https://www.millerwelds.com/~/media/miller%20electric/files/pdf/literature%20ordering%20form/tig/ad4-8.pdf
|Other References||Add links to any other sources that pertain to this equipment.|
- This is a very, very nice TIG welder.
- Currently using a WP20 Water cooled TIG torch.
- Feel free to bring your own matching consumables, or use the ones in the box
Chiller is SEPARATELY POWERED and this must be done, by you, every time you use the machine.The chiller is now powered on when you turn on the power to the TIG! If you notice any problems with this (slightly experimental) system, poke us on Slack or email Welding@i3detroit.org.
- Welding PPE is required, this was part of your training. If you don't recall, remember to H.E.L.P. yourself. (Heat, Electricity, Light, Particles)
- Please clean up thoroughly, turn off the gas, and completely stow the machine and accessories when done. Cables off the floor!
- If we appear to be low on any supplies, please poke the coordinator(s) right away. Slack #welding or email Welding@i3detroit.org
Note: To reset the unit to factory defaults:
- Turn it off using the rear-panel switch.
- Then turn it back on, and quickly, while the machine is going through its startup routine:
- Press and hold Process, Output, and Adjust buttons simultaneously.
- If you did that all fast enough, the unit should now reset all its saved settings and you can start fresh.
- Inspect hoses regularly. Report damage to the zone coordinator(s) ASAP!
- Check the coolant level via the viewport on the side of the cooler.
A list of commonly asked questions
- Q: Is training required to use this machine?
- A: If you are really super confident that you know how to use this, let us know (slack #welding, email firstname.lastname@example.org), and it shouldn't be a problem to auth you.
- Q: How much should I pay to use this machine?
- A: The usual $2/hour contribution for using the zone will cover the gas and wire costs of the TIG, for steel and aluminum. An extra $1 or so for stainless is appreciated.
- Q: Do I have to use the zone consumables?
- A: You are welcome to bring your own, especially if you want to use something specialty or expensive, like gas lenses or expensive electrodes. Check that your parts are compatible before buying.
Figure out a robust and sensible way to make the chiller turn on when the main unit is on.It seems to be working so far!
Authorized Users and Trainers
|Trainer Name||Certified Date|
|User Name||Authorized By||Date of Most Recent Training|
|Jody Raiford||Jim Kemp||2015/09/21|
|Jim Kemp||Jim Kemp||2015/09/21|
|Dave Scholl||Jody Raiford||2015/09/21|
|Ken Siegner||Jody Raiford||2015/09/21|
|Nate Warnick||Jody Raiford||2015/09/21|
|Dillard White||Jody Raiford||2015/09/21|
|Nate Bezanson||Jody Raiford||2015/09/21|
|John Anderson||Jody Raiford||2015/09/21|
|Robert Burns||Jody Raiford||2019/04/28|
|Kevin Fanning||Jody Raiford||30oct2019|