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Ron Brooks oversees a large farming enterprise where timely equipment fabrication and repairs can be critical to keep things running smoothly — both in the shop or out in the field. Portability, versatility and ease of use top his list of desired qualities in a welder for these necessary applications.
Through Jan. 31, 2015, customers are eligible for a mail-in rebate when purchasing qualifying Miller® equipment and an additional $100, $250, or $500 or more in Miller or Hobart® branded product(s) on the same invoice. Explore the eligible equipment list and rebate amounts that coincide with each. Learn more at MillerWelds.com/buildwithblue.
Miller to Offer Live Welding Demonstrations and Solutions-Based Seminars at SEMA; Unveil Two New MIG WeldersTuesday, July 29th, 2014
Held Nov. 4 – 7, 2014 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, visitors to the Miller booth at SEMA can explore and test the latest welding, cutting and safety products —many with applicable show specials — and get questions answered during scheduled presentations addressing welding in the home garage and welding with aluminum. In addition, two new MIG welders will be unveiled and on display in the booth.
Stay tuned to MillerWelds.com for more updates as we get closer to the show. Also visit our news releases page for a full list of activities planned for the Miller booth during SEMA.
Today through October 31, 2014, customers will receive a free Miller® Classic Series Variable Shade helmet via mail-in rebate — a value up to $95 — with the purchase of a Millermatic® 140 Auto-Set™ or Millermatic 180 Auto-Set MIG welder (with or without running gear). For more information, customers can visit their local distributor or the Special Offers page at MillerWelds.com.
The new Big Blue® 800 Duo Air Pak™ and Big Blue 800 Duo Pro from Miller — the industry’s most powerful diesel engine-driven welder/
Users will experience fuel savings of up to 34 percent with dual-operator machines, when compared to two single-operator units. A 33 percent increase in rated power output results in 27,000 watts of generator power and up to 800 amps of weld power for a single operator, or 400 amps each for two operators. Additional welders can be plugged in to create a multioperator work platform, with operators able to weld and get three-phase power at the same time.
The Air Pak model can operate a full range of pneumatic tools and adds an Ingersoll Rand screw-type air compressor for gouging in heavy equipment repairs and maintenance. For more information, visit MillerWelds.com.
The new SubArc Digital Series of power sources, interface controls and accessories from Miller Electric Mfg. Co. include digital control and communication electronics designed to improve weld performance and simplify the integration of the equipment in more advanced applications. Learn more by viewing the SubArc Digital Series product pages or read the full press release now.
Ideal for both light-industrial applications and personal use, the inverter-based Syncrowave® 210 from Miller, welds up to 1/4-inch-thick material in a single pass, supporting AC/DC TIG and Stick processes — and now MIG welding — with the Syncrowave 210 (Auto-Line 120 – 240 V) MIG Complete package with Spoolmate™ 100 spool gun.
For more information about the Syncrowave 210 and its expanded capabilities, customers can visit their local distributor or MillerWelds.com/Syncrowave210.
Designed with the professional in mind, the Big Blue® 400 Pro offers multiprocess flexibility and improved weld control that increases arc quality and optimizes welding output. Its clean and reliable low-speed diesel engine is highly efficient, while the unit’s quiet operation improves the work site environment and allows for easier communication. The machine delivers 400 amps of output at 100 percent duty cycle, or 12 kW of peak/10kW of continuous auxiliary generator power.
With a shop of over 10,000 square feet, Camburg Engineering is a leader in off-road suspension systems and one of only a few companies with the manufacturing capabilities to both produce their own suspension components in-house as well as build their Kinetik race trucks from the ground up.
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