Miller Dynasty 210 DX with Cooling System
This is a really top-of-the-line TIG welder. There are so many options to choose. I doubt that I will ever be able to use all of them. It will certainly satisfy my requirements for the rest of my life.
ProsThe welder has options for Stick and TIG. At this point, I am better at stick welding than I am with TIG. It will take me a long time to be proficient with this welder. I bought the best TIG welder that I could afford, I did not want to buy another welder because I wanted more options. This one has every imaginable option available for a complete array of metals that I will ever weld.
ConsI bought the kit that included all the options for the Dynasty 210 DX. This included the cooling unit. I will probably never use the cooling unit because the maximum output amperage of unit is 210 Amperes. The recommendation is to use an air-cooled torch from 10 to 200 Amperes, and use a water-cooled torch when the output is more than 200 Amperes. That means that for 95% of the time when there is a uniform distribution of possible current outputs for various jobs, an air-cooled torch would be used. The torch that comes with the unit is water-cooled to go with the water cooler unit. This means that you have to buy another expensive, optional air-cooled torch that will do most of your welding. Do an analysis of what projects you have to weld and the output current needed. You could save some money by not buying a cooling unit and water-cooled torch.