A view of Gunderson Marine’s shipyard in Portland, Ore. 

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Miller's XMT WCC System matches an XMT 350 or XMT 456 multiprocess welding inverter with a voltage-sensing SuitCase® X-TREME™ wire feeder and WCC Control. This allows welders to control voltage settings at the point of use, which eliminates walking back to the power source or the use of a separate control cable to change voltage, improving productivity and safety.

A view of Gunderson Marine’s shipyard in Portland, Ore. 

The ability to change voltage settings and read actual voltage readings at the point of use help welders increase their productivity and ensure that they are welding within parameters. 

Miller’s XMT WCC System at work in a shipyard. Voltage settings are now controlled at the feeder (pictured) by sending the commands directly through the weld cable. 

Miller's XMT WCC System matches an XMT 350 or XMT 456 multiprocess welding inverter with a voltage-sensing SuitCase®X-TREME™ wire feeder and WCC Control. This allows welders to control voltage settings at the point of use, which eliminates walking back to the power source or the use of a separate control cable to change voltage, improving productivity and safety.
Miller's new XMT WCC welding system allows welders to control voltage settings at the point of use without the need for a control cable. Eliminating the control cable reduces operating/equipment costs, and allowing welders to control voltage at the feeder means they never have to walk back to the power source, a major time saving benefit.