Millermatic® 211 MIG Welder - MillerWelds

Millermatic® 211 MIG Welder

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Welds 24-gauge to 3/8 in. material in a single pass. Uses 120V or 240V power.
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Features

What's Included

  • Millermatic 211
  • 6.5 ft (2 m) power cord and MVP™ adapter plugs for 120V and 240V
  • 10 ft (3 m) M-100 MIG gun and cable assembly
  • 10 ft (3 m) work cable and clamp
  • Argon and AR/CO2 mix regulator/flow gauge with hose
  • Spool of Hobart® .030 in (0.8 mm) solid wire
  • Two contact tips for .030 in (0.8 mm) wire
  • Quick Select™ drive roll for .024 in (0.6 mm) or .030/.035 in (0.8/0.9 mm) solid wire, and .030/.035 (0.8/0.9 mm) flux cored wire
  • Material thickness gauge #229895
  • Hook-and-loop cord wraps
Advanced Auto-Set™
Advanced Auto-Set™ now includes five different wire/gas combinations and .024, .030 and .035-inch wires. The easiest welder to use just became more versatile.
Inverter Technology
Inverter technology combines best-in-class arc characteristics with the portability of a 38-pound machine. The arc is extremely forgiving to variations in arc length and travel speeds.
Quick Select™ Drive Roll
Quick Select™ drive roll makes setup quicker by offering three grooves—two for different size solid wire and a third for flux-cored wire.
Auto Spool Gun Detect™
Auto Spool Gun Detect™ automatically detects when a MIG gun or spool gun is connected eliminating the need for a switch.
Fan-On-Demand™
Fan-On-Demand™ power source cooling system operates only when needed, reducing noise, energy use and the amount of contaminants pulled though the machine.
Multi-voltage plug (MVP™)
Multi-voltage plug (MVP) allows connection to common 120 or 240 V power receptacles without the use of any tools— simply choose the plug that fits the receptacle and connect to the power cord.
New Drive System
Angled cast-aluminum drive system with calibrated tension knob creates consistent feeding and easy setup for up to 15-foot MIG guns.
Smooth-Start™
Smooth-Start™ provides a smooth, spatter-free start. It’s the best-starting machine in the small MIG machine category.

Not Included

  • Shielding gas
  • Safety equipment

Specifications

Product Literature

DC/12.58S Millermatic 211 - Spanish

Spanish

Processes

MIG (GMAW)
Flux Cored (FCAW)

General Specifications

Title Millermatic® 211 MIG Welder
Industries Interests DIY / Home Hobbyist
Farm and Ranch
Metal Art / Sculptures
Racing / Customizing / Restoring
Weldable Metals Steel
Stainless Steel
Aluminum
Input Voltage 110/115/120 V
220/230/240 V
Input Phase 1-Phase
Input Hz 50 / 60 Hz
Current Type DC
Rated Output 150 A at 21.5 VDC, 40% duty cycle (240V)
115 A at 19.8 VDC, 20% duty cycle (120V)
Max Open Circuit Voltage 54 VDC
Amperage Range 30 A - 230 A
Wire Feed Speed 60 IPM - 600 IPM
1.5 m/min - 15.2 m/min
Wire Diameter Solid Steel 0.024 in 0.035 in
Stainless 0.024 in 0.035 in
Flux Cored 0.03 in 0.045 in
Solid Steel 0.6 mm 0.9 mm
Stainless 0.6 mm 0.9 mm
Flux Cored 0.8 mm 1.2 mm
Spool Size 8 in (203 mm)
Net Width 11.25 in
Net Height 12.5 in
Net Length 20.5 in
Net Weight 38 lbs
Warranty Miller's True Blue Warranty
Portability Handle(s)
Running Gear / Cart (Optional)
Weld Output CV

Resources

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Reviews & Ratings

Rated 1 out of 5 by from Millermatic 211 Reliability Issues I purchased my 211 in DEC 2016. I did not inbox it until around APR2017. Packing was great, good documentation, etc. it has had extremely light duty. Did a couple of small metal art projects and then fabricated a small 3' x 4' welding table. Never got through the table. Tacked it together and the welder just quit.....no power, no relay noise, nothing....dead! Called the Miller warranty tech who told me to check it for "loose connections" under the case...it was fine. He told me that if I had it repaired by an authorized repair shop I could get it back and working faster than if Miller just replaced it. That was nearly three weeks ago! The shop told me it was the main board....said he had several new 211's with the same issue. I bought American thinking this was the best and so far I'm not pleased with the warranty support. I will buy Lincoln next time for a small hobby welder. Very disappointed and my welder is still in the shop!
Date published: 2017-08-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Much Improved Over Old 211 Compared "old 211" (transformer) to Hobart 210 MVP 3-4 years ago and ended up buying the Hobart...they were close enough in features/capability that I couldn't justify the extra cost. Hobart was stolen this year so I went through full research again on Hobart, Lincoln, Miller. The "new 211" (inverter) looked like top choice on paper, and after using it for a few weeks I can confirm this is a great, very easy to use machine. Now there's no comparison to the Hobart 210 at all...the Millermatic 211 blows it out of the water welding-wise and is half the weight to boot. A special note on Miller service: My machine crapped out within the first 15 minutes of using it. Miller found a nearby service center for me on a Monday. Went into the shop at closing time on Tuesday, and I had a fully functional machine by Friday. Can't beat that for standing behind your product.
Date published: 2017-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this little welder I had an aluminum project that was big enough to justify purchasing my own welder. I tested out the 211 at Toll Welding and was super impressed. It worked great with steel and aluminum. Once I got it all set up in my garage I made a couple dozen practice passes and felt ready to start my project. I was welding 1/8 inch aluminum square tubing and 1/4 aluminum plate. I am very impressed with the results.
Date published: 2017-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Right Tool For The Job About two years ago, a customer called to have me do some welding/fitting on a vehicle he was restoring. He was hesitant to do the work,as it involved some tricky spots and out of position work.He mentioned that I could use his MIG, a Miller 211. It was set up .030 wire, dual mix gas and 220v. Not being familiar with the Autoset function,I set the machine for what seemed right to do the work. I was impressed by the strength and stability of arc and the welds produced. I have a spool gun that runs off my Miller 301G but it would not have been suitable for this situation. I was convinced that,should I need a small versatile MIG, this was it. Fast forward to the present and I was called to weld 2' square 16-18 gauge duct work at a restaurant renovation.I ordered the 211 based on the previous experience. Some of the fitup was not ideal but that's to be expected in construction work. I set up with .030,dual mix and 120v ,I did use good,heavy duty extension cords and was lucky to have 20 amps at the outlet. The machine was dragged ,hoisted into high spots and,at one point,I stood on the handle to get one weld. It delivered every time I pulled the trigger. And we're talking 6 days of continuous use. The bonus came when I had to change from .030 to .024 and it was perched at the highest point of the work. The push and turn design on the drive roll made it quick and simple to change wires. Kudos to Miller for that feature. After becoming familiar with the Autoset, it was a breeze to tailor the welds for what I encountered. Bottom line,in my humble opinion; the Miller 211 is a great,versatile MIG and has become a very welcome addition to my business. I'll wire it 220v in my shop,should I need it for a backup for my ESAB 250. And if all that isn't enough,it can be set up with a spool gun for aluminum. I'd recommend it to beginners and pros alike. I've been in the welding trade since 1978 and started in business 1992,so I guess I may have a clue as to what's right for the job. Hats off to Miller for this great product.
Date published: 2017-03-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Wow is this nice! My dad bought a Miller 200 in 1982. I learned to weld with it when I was 14. We still have it today, so I have been a long time Miller fan. I had a used Power Mate that I used on occasion but wanted to upgrade to a Miller. The old machine is good, but with the advances in technology, the size of the newer machines made it enticing for me. I bought the Miller 211 last week. In 40 minutes I had it up and running. Very easy setup right out of the box. I tried the auto set up with sheet metal. Holy cow did this machine produce! I have been in the dark ages with my dated equipment! I can't say enough good about the ease of use, ease of setup and the small footprint this machine has. It really is power packed for the beginner to someone who has welded over 30 years. Don't hesitate. Look at the reviews here and across the web. This machine is fantastic.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love the auto set feature I bought mine 3 yrs ago and still think it is a great machine for the money.
Date published: 2016-12-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great value Bought the millermatic 211 a month ago and have used it every day since, Best little welder I've ever used. Mostly using at 115v, and setting the adjustments per metal thickness, it runs a perfect bead every time without hiccups. Very impressed.
Date published: 2016-11-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Pro Set is nice Bought this about 5 months ago to weld mild steel project and art type stuff. I've built race cars with a Millermatic 250X for years and I'm kicking myself for selling it a few years ago when I quit racing. I thought this would be a great new machine for projects and I'm not disappointed at all. The Pro Set feature works pretty awesome. I would highly recommend it for any beginner through the advanced welder. I used to have a cheat sheet I made for various types and thickness materials and the Pro Set is pretty darn close to being right on. I don't need to remember where to set the feed or current anymore. I also hooked up a Spoolmate 100 gun and tried it out with 100% argon and some aluminum. I was welding aluminum for the first time and it only took a few pieces of scrap to turn out some good welds. The Pro Set wasn't quite as spot on with Aluminum, but like I said earlier, it was my first aluminum experience, so it was probably me. I built a cart for the welder and bottles and even hooked up a manifold with valves for the different tanks. I'm very pleased with my new Miller welder. I HIGHLY recommend it.
Date published: 2016-10-05
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