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    Default Miller dealers

    Hey guys .....

    Is there some way to find out about authorized dealers in my area? I live in Newhall CA which is north of Los Angeles.

    many thanks ...

    Jorge

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    Sure call 1-800-4-a-miller

    they can get you help there finding out authorized dealers anywhere!

    by the way....are you looking for a new welder?.......or you need repairs?
    whoomp there it is

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    looking to buy a new welder ... my very first welder at that. I am also entertaining the idea of a plasma cutter.

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    SOCALTA...........Dealers near you are

    Praxair.......santa clarita....phone is 661-284-3519
    Sims Welding..sylmar...........phone is 818-898-2222
    Airgas West...northridge........phone is 818-700-6475

    All with in 10 miles..............Let the quest begin.......Rock..
    SSCOTT@MILLERWELDS.COM
    ROCK

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    Which process are you most interested in?....I can help you on that....and gear for each process!
    whoomp there it is

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    For a plasma cutter I would choose a Miller or Hypertherm.The plasma cutter that would be most valuable to the home/shop/farm would be a Spectrum 375 Cytmate that has a rated for 5/16 inch 3/8,it has a quality cut of 1/2 inch,and sever 5/8.For sheet metal work I would go with a Spectrum Thunder that has a rated cut of 1/8 and quality at 3/16 because the thickest sheet metal is 1/8....but I would suggest a pacutter with more duty cycle but it all depends on your budget.You will also need a good sized shop air compressor.I would recommend ingersoll rand or emglo in the 40-80 gallon range to provide a good supply of air!

    Thunder: $900 +tax @ www.cyberweld.com

    375: $1,185 +tax @ www.cyberweld.com

    Thunder can be used on 115 house voltage and also 230 volt to even sever 1/4 inch


    375 is used on 230 voltage
    whoomp there it is

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    Wooly,

    I am leaning towards an MM210 with the spoolgun and the Spectrum 375 or a Hobart equivalent. I have a good size Craftsman compressor.

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    SOCALTA.............The 375 Spectrum is the same as the Airforce 400. Just different sheet metal...............Enjoy the quest......Rock.. SSCOTT@MILLERWELDS.COM
    ROCK

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    mm210's alright but you should check out esab's impressive line
    whoomp there it is

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    Impressive in what sense? Are they better built, less expensive, etc. My daily,weekly/monthly welding demands are not that great. Its mostly for fabricating stuff. Nothing demanding or of any significant thickness/density.

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