Note (below) that the DVI is using 220V operation is only 40% duty cycle at 150amps where the 210 is 60% duty cycle at 160 amps. And you're only getting 20% duty cycle at 90 amps on the 115V operation. By the way, with my MM250X, I'm getting 200amps at 60% duty cycle - so I'm getting better than 80% duty cycle down around the 150~160 amp range.silverbackcustoms said:PAtoy
Why do you say the MM210 is the way to go the MMDVI will weld the same thickness and give the versitility of 115V . I was never much impressed with the answer just because
second on thisAces'n'8s said:I have the MillerMatic 175 and it does whatever job I require well. However, if I had the money at the time, I would have bought the 210.