Guide to Aluminum Welding Resources and Products

Everything You Need for Aluminum Welding

Whether you're new to aluminum welding or have been doing it for years, you need to efficiently make strong, good-looking welds. Aluminum welding isn't difficult, it's just different — with the right equipment and consumables, you can confidently weld aluminum all day.

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Aluminum Welding Knowledge Center

Easy-To-Use Welding Technology Shortens Welder Training and Reduces Rework

Welding power sources are easier to use, with simplified interfaces and push-button changes. Learn more about new solutions.
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How to Improve the Look and Quality of Aluminum TIG Welds

Learn more about using proper polarity, adjusting balance control and setting AC amperage independently when welding aluminum.
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Guide to Industrial Aluminum Welding

Get tips for successfully welding aluminum, including prep, storage, process selection and handling common challenges.
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Reducing Rework in Manufacturing: 5 Tips to Improve MIG Welding Sheet Metal

Learn how to reduce heat input and improve results when welding sheet metal, to reduce rework in manufacturing applications.
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How to TIG Weld Aluminum, Plus MIG Weld, With One Multiprocess Welder

The Dynasty® 280 DX Multiprocess welder provides portability and ultimate versatility to weld many different materials.
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BarbieTheWelder Creates Metal Sculpture Art With Miller® Welders

BarbieTheWelder shares her passion for welding and metal sculpture with thousands of followers — and she relies on Miller.
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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.
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Learn 5 Best Practices, Including Pulsed MIG, for Welding Different Materials

Learn more about welding technologies and processes, including pulsed MIG, that offer benefits for welding different materials.
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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.
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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.
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Let the Brown Dog Weld

Josh Welton is a welder by trade. He struck his first arc in November 2002, when he served as a millwright apprentice for Chrysler. “I never grew up thinking I was going to be a welder,” says Welton. “I hired in as a millwright, went through the training, struck an arc and was like ‘This is what I want to do. I want to weld.’”
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How to Reinstall a Trimmed Liner in Your MDX™ MIG Gun

Learn how to reinstall a trimmed liner in your MDX-100 or MDX-250 MIG gun.

How to Replace Your MDX™ MIG Gun’s Handle, Switch and Neck

Learn how to replace the handle, switch or neck on your MDX-100 or MDX-250 MIG gun.

How to Change Consumables on Your MDX™ MIG Gun

Learn how to change the nozzle, contact tip, gas diffuser or liner on your MDX-100 or MDX-250 MIG gun.

Syncrowave® TIG Welders: General Setup Steps

See every step needed to unbox your new Syncrowave TIG welding power source, finalize its assembly and get it ready to power on.

Syncrowave® TIG Welders: Set Processes and Parameters

See every step needed to set processes and parameters on your new Syncrowave TIG welding power source — so you can get welding!

Syncrowave® 300 and 400 TIG Welding Power Sources

Outdated equipment holds your operation back. Get current with Miller® Syncrowave® 300 and 400 TIG welding power sources!

Miller Dynasty TIG Welding Power Sources: No Compromises

Miller Dynasty TIG welding power sources have versatile operating parameters for strong, precise, beautiful welds.

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.

Proper Cleaning Techniques Tied with Balance Control

Miller welding engineer explains how balance control can be adjusted based on the cleaning prior to welding. Having a clean surface allows you to increase your balance control.

Applications for AC Frequency Adjustments

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

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.

TIG Welding Aluminum Tanks with the Miller Syncrowave 210

Andy Weyenberg and Joe Constance of Joes Racing Products use the Syncrowave 210 TIG welder to fabricate custom aluminum tanks.