By Wayne from Louisa County, VA. on October 24, 2015
What's the difference between the 951666 and 951668(except for the price:).
By Customer Service on October 26, 2015
Answer:The Miller Dynasty 210 Complete With Foot Control 951666 package comes with the base model Dynasty 210 power source. The Miller Dynasty 210 DX Complete With Foot Control 951668 package comes with the deluxe model Dynasty 210 DX power source. The 210DX has more features than the base model 210
By Allen from Maxwell, CA on June 23, 2016
Can the Trailblazer 325 EFI welder/generator run the Dynasty 210?
By Customer Service on June 24, 2016
Answer:Miller indicates that the Miller Dynasty 210 Complete With Foot Control 951666 can run off of a Trailblazer 325 EFI
By Steve from Titusville, Florida on June 30, 2016
What is the difference between dynasty 210 dx and dynasty 280 dx other than amperage?
By Customer Service on July 1, 2016
Answer:In basic terms the Dynasty 280 is a heavy duty version of the Dynasty 210. The 280 has a max welding amperage of 280 amps . The 210 has a max welding amperage of 210 amps. Most operating features are the same except that the 280DX has 2 additional features,Insight Core and Insight Centerpoint.These features monitor and report basic weld productively ,quality measures, and provides real time operator feedback and machine control. These features are basically used in production welding for quality control monitoring and supervision. The 280 can run on multiple voltages from 208-575 volt single or 3 phase. The 210 has the same multi voltage capability except it is limited on the high end to 480 volts .The 280 has a material thickness range in AC tig of .012-3/8" and in DC tig the range is .004-3/8". The 210 material thickness range in AC tig is .012-1/4" and in DC tig it is .002 -1/4".. Both machines can stick weld with common electrodes like 6010,7018,.. The 280 can be used for light carbon arc gouging .While the 210 cannot.