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Aluminum Systems

Aluminum Systems 


The structural and aesthetic benefits of aluminum continue to make it one of the most specified materials in the industry today. The challenges — whether in transportation, shipbuilding, fabrication, manufacturing or home/hobby — are similar: distortion, cleanliness, quality and speed. Arming yourself with the right equipment and consumables will make the job easier.

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Miller is committed to providing a total aluminum welding solution for your business. You can count on our easy-to-use equipment to improve quality and increase your productivity, profitability and peace of mind.


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Postflow when TIG Welding

Learn about the value of postflow and what to look for if postflow is not set properly. Without proper settings the tungsten and even the weld could become contaminated.

Pulsing with TIG

Miller Welding Engineer Zack Erndt explains the benefits of using pulse when TIG welding and talks about applications where low and high pulses per second can be used.

Applications for AC Frequency Adjustments

Learn when to use a low frequency setting versus when to use a high frequency setting.

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Close-up of an aluminum weld made using AC welding

Advances in Aluminum Robotic Welding

Aluminum presents several challenges during the welding process, such as burn-through, warping or lack of fusion. Learn about robotic welding systems.
Welding operator welding on vertical metal workpiece

An Introduction to Pulsed GMAW

Pulsed gas metal arc welding (GMAW) can offer companies quality and productivity advantages, including for welding operators of varying skill levels. In some cases, companies may be hesitant to adopt the process, but it can offer distinct advantages.
Welding operators in shop with wire feeders mounted at each welding station

From Basic to Advanced: Wire Feeders Impact Quality and Productivity

Having the right wire feeder for the job can play an important role in reducing unnecessary downtime for addressing issues associated with poor wire feeding. Options include basic, intermediate and advanced wire feeders.