Miller at 2022 SEMA Show | MillerWelds

Join Miller at the 2022 SEMA Show!

Visit us at the SEMA Show November 1–4 at booth 23113. Don’t miss your chance to try out Miller® products, meet industry greats like Dave Kindig and explore aluminum welding with Real Garage host Andy Weyenberg. Leave your imprint at the SEMA Show by helping us weld a metal thumbprint — you could win a Multimatic® 220 AC/DC!

What’s Happening at SEMA Show 2022

Andy Weyenberg next to a Miller Multimatic 220 AC/DC multiprocess welder

Aluminum Welding Seminar

Learn about the best practices for welding aluminum from Andy Weyenberg, host of the hit web series Real Garage. Andy will share tips and techniques to get the best results when welding aluminum — and answer your questions too!

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 2 p.m.

Dave Kindig and Kevin Schiele

Dave Kindig Helmet Signing

What’s better than being one of the first people to own a ’22 Custom Kindig-It helmet? Having Dave Kindig autograph it for you! Buy this limited-edition Digital Infinity™ Series helmet at the SEMA Show and get it signed by an industry legend.

Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.–10:30 a.m.

Welded thumbprint metal art sculpture

Leave Your Imprint — Weld & Win

Visit our booth, make your unique weld on our metal thumbprint then scan your badge to be entered to win prizes!

Daily Prize: '22 Custom Kindig-it helmet

Grand Prize: Multimatic 220 AC/DC

See welders who leave their imprint

Official Rules

Miller welding helmets with Clear Light 2.0 Technology

ClearLight™ Lens Technology
ClearLight™ and ClearLight™ 2.0 Lens Technologies are engineered to complement the colors emitted from the welding arc, enhancing clarity and natural color so you can see more detail.

Meet Welders Who Leave Their Imprint on the World

Preston Lewis: Outlast the Struggle

Growing up, he took on cancer. As an adult, he helps kids take on the world of off-road racing — and find their inner strength.


Shane Barber: A Home Built To Withstand

Loss can tear people apart ... or bring them together. See how Shane Barber and his family dealt with tragedy by building a home out of multiple shipping containers, using a single Miller® welder.