I would get 3/32" tungstens for most things, 1/16 for thin stuff, and even thinner if you plan to work on super thin materials. I'd get filler in the 1/16 and 3/32 sizes, maybe a little 1/8" but only for welding up gaps, if thats something you'll end up doing...
Most Dual-Voltage machines will have another plug, or a cord or something which goes on the stock 220v plug, and plugs into a 110v outlet. Thats how my Longevity plasma is... You can see the setup in one of the earlier parts of this video:
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