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Old 06-10-2019, 10:42 AM
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My oldest is a 1952 Lincwelder 180 C. The Dialarc is 1974, and might be the second one produced according to the serial number. The Syncrowave and the Idealarc are a bit newer.
Hi,
Pop, Being in the Merchant Marine, I don't know how many old Lincoln 3 Phase welders I have used.

When I found my Miller Dialarc 250, I used the old Lincoln's, to compare it to, using single phase 220V.

I was not disappointed, admittedly the 3 Phase with an old Lincoln should be as smooth as it gets, the Miller in my shop was pretty darn close to it!
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