Adjusting AC frequency to weld and aluminum cylinder sleeve
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Dynasty 350 AC/DC TIG inverter’s efficient use of electricity and materials drives down costs while driving up productivity and capabilities for specialty welding shop. 

Chris Razor discusses advanced AC Controls on aluminum.
Adjusting AC frequency to weld and aluminum cylinder sleeve
Adjusting independent amplitude, AC frequency and using a triangulated wave to weld aluminum materials of dissimilar thicknesses

Razor is relied upon for precision welding and repair by major automotive manufacturers and race teams, as well as the iron and steel industries, and other machine shops. 

Communicating to the machine via a receiver at the 14-pin connection, wireless remotes help reduce clutter, reduce exposure to tripping hazards, and eliminate downtime associated with cord failure.  

With inverter technology has come new ways to control heat input, tailor arc performance, and improve overall weld quality and productivity. It has also helped streamline Razor's equipment layout and cell design through a smaller, more compact footprint.