Spoolmate™ 100 Series Wire Feeder | Miller - MillerWelds

Spoolmate 100 Spool Gun

Reliable and economical direct connect spool gun with 12 ft. cable.


What's Included

  • Spoolmate 100 Spool Gun
  • 12-ft (3.7 m) direct connect cable
  • Extra contact tips and nozzle
  • Carrying case
Light Industrial Gun
For use with 4043 Series aluminum wire rated at 135 amps at 30 percent duty cycle.
12-foot Direct Connect Cable
Heavy-duty strain relief provides extended reach and accessibility to your work.
Dual V-knurled Drive Rolls with Adjustable Tension
Provides consistent fedding of different types of wire.
Clear Spool Canister
Protects the wire and allows you to easily see the spool.


Product Literature



General Specifications

Title Spoolmate 100 Spool Gun
Industries Interests Auto / Cycle (Racing, Customizing, Restoring)
DIY / Home Hobbyist
Farm and Ranch
Metal Art / Sculptures
Boat / Yacht
High Purity Processing
Net Height 11.5 in
Net Length 13 in
Net Weight 6 lbs
Net Width 3 in
Warranty Miller's True Blue Warranty

Reviews & Ratings

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works wonderfull Easy to set up and works exactly as expected, a great buy
Date published: 2015-01-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Preheat is a must Great gun and will work even better when you preheat aluminum, Preheat will allow the wire to penetrate deep and produce a pleasing weld bead. I have used the spoolmate for rebuilding damaged power sport engine cases.
Date published: 2014-10-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent for the quick repair and light Guatemala fab. No more needs said. Great stuff. Just filling text space now so I can send this along.
Date published: 2014-04-28
Rated 3 out of 5 by from needs a redesighn this was purchased with a 211 autoset to be able to mig aluminum. when first set up we only had 120v generator power.the gun was loaded with .030 alum. wire 100% argon. it welded second time, a little tweaking of the settings and it was making good looking welds. I had now discovered that the Miller 211 is not auto set with the 100 spool gun. ( to be fair miller never actually says the 211 is autoset when the 100 is used, and does say it is not, BUT this is buried deep in the instructions). next I moved to a location that had 220V house current set the machine to recommended settings, pulled the trigger and the wire immediately burned back into the tip and birdsnested. settings were adjusted and two more tips were plugged with resulting birdsnests. now I am learning what a pain it is to change a plugged tip , clear a birdsnest and rethread the gun. getting wire into the drive rollers and fed into the liner is at best a three hand job. the trenched release leaver should have a lock open catch so both hands can guide the wire through the drive rollers and into the liner. a pair of small needle nose pliers and some dental picks should come as needed accessories. The gun welds very well and I have not yet burned another tip. I do wish this spool gun were adaptable to other Miller welders like the trailblazer and suitcase.
Date published: 2014-03-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Tensioner needs to be able to get totally loose for the correct amount of pressure on the rollers gets applied I tryed welding with 4043 aluminum and it was a bad idea, the rollers are not adjusting enough to feed the wire without crushing it, many times i got a bird nest because the wire got stuck after the rollers and before the liner, i was able to hear the noise of the liner and of course i had a nightmear with tips. I used .035 wire and tryed all kinds of things to make it work. I changed to 5356 wire and dissasembled the gun to see what the problem was, found out that there is not enough space to correctly guide the wire to the front of the rollers and i know now that this design could have been better if you just stop and think that whomever is going to use has bigger hands and fingers. I hope this helps, really, too pricey, make it better.
Date published: 2014-02-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from useability There is only one thing I would change and that is it is difficult to get the wire into the gun, maybe it needs a flip up roller instead of that push down spring loaded setup, when you thread the wire through to the drive roller the wire needs to be bent up a bit and then it needs to be bent down a bit to get it into the liner that goes to the tip and to do all of this in such a small area while holding down the tensioner is quite the little task. other than that I like the gun.
Date published: 2013-07-02
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