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Auto Body Welding Solutions

Easy-to-use products that help technicians efficiently make great welds

When Auto Body Welding Is Easier, Repairs Are Faster and Better

Auto body repair technicians need to do great work quickly and efficiently. But complicated welders add unproductive time — and make it harder for technicians to do quality work. Count on Miller for easy-to-use products that make high-quality welds. Designed around people, Miller® welders have intuitive user interfaces and timesaving features, delivering legendary performance for welds that meet all industry standards.

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Auto Repair Knowledge Center

TIG Brazing With Silicon Bronze

Welder/fabricator Josh Welton of Brown Dog Welding explains how to use silicon bronze when TIG brazing.
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Silicon Bronze MIG Brazing Basics

Learn the basics of MIG brazing silicon bronze, including the advantages and disadvantages, where this process can be used, and how to properly set up your welder for the process.
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Learn How Aluminum and Lightweight Materials are Changing Auto Body Repair

Changing fuel economy standards and materials used in vehicle design are placing new demands on collision repair shops.
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How to Optimize Plasma Cutter Performance

Learn the best practices that will improve your plasma cutting skills, regardless of material or thickness.
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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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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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Ron Covell Reviews the Dynasty 210 DX TIG Runner with Wireless Package

Ron Covell, owner of Covell Creative Metalworking in Freedom, provides a product review on the Miller Dynasty 210 DX TIG Runner with Wireless Package.
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Proper Shielding Gas Coverage Is Key to Success in GTAW

Proper shielding gas coverage is critical to achieving high-quality results in GTAW applications.
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Tips for Welding Sheet Metal With MIG or TIG

Learn why MIG, pulsed MIG, TIG and pulsed TIG are the ideal choices when welding sheet metal.
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8 Tips for Using a Plasma Cutter in Custom Car Builds

Ensure proper plasma cutter settings with a sample cut and use faster travel speeds for cleaner cuts. Read more plasma cutting tips.
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Tips for Engine Repair Welding on 4 Common Materials

Choose the right filler metal and follow key best practices to overcome the welding challenges presented by some materials.
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Jimmy Shine Builds on Southern California Hot Rod Tradition

Jimmy Shine is a talented fabricator and hot rodder who relies on Miller equipment to get the job done.
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Buying Your First Welder: A Practical, Informative Guide for Do-It-Yourselfers

Get objective, informative and practical help and information in buying your first welder.
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Off-Road Warriors: Camburg Engineering Does it All

Owned and operated by friends Jerry Zaiden and Jason Campbell, Camburg Engineering is a leader in off-road suspension systems and is at the forefront in technology and design. With a shop over 10,000 square feet, Camburg is one of few off-road companies with the manufacturing capabilities to produce their own suspension components in-house as well as build their KINETIK race trucks from the ground...
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Arc Academy Makes Welding Accessible, Easy-to-Learn

Led by Steve Christena and Brad Cowan, Chicago-based Arc Academy caters to anyone who is curious about welding. From scheduled courses and open shop hours to an online video training curriculum, there is something for everyone. It is provided in a unique and laid-back way that makes the educational offering accessible to area residents and hobbyists across the country.
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At Pure Vision, the cars and people are anything but ordinary

Located in Simi Valley, Calif., has become a world-renowned street machine fabrication shop. Pure Vision cars have a very signature concept and build style that can be described as simple, straightforward and well-detailed. People just seem to know when it’s a Pure Vision original.
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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.

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.

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.

Auto-Line Technology Reduces Error and Maximizes Portability and Weld Quality

Wolfpack Motorsports relies on Auto-Line™ technology in their Dynasty® 280 DX for consistent welds around the shop.

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.

Applications for AC Frequency Adjustments

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

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.

Rick's Restoration Relies on Miller Pro-Set Feature

Tyler Dale and the rest of the team at Rick’s Restoration utilizes the Pro-Set™ feature on their Miller® TIG welders in the shop.

Welding Pros Get Current With the Syncrowave® 300 TIG Welder

Pro welders at Northwest Technologies like the Syncrowave 300’s simple setup, ease of use, great arc quality and more.

Josh Welton Completes COE Patch Panel Repair with Millermatic 211 MIG welder

Josh Welton of Brown Dog Welding completes a patch panel repair using the redesigned Millermatic 211 MIG welder and Digital Infinity™ welding helmet.

Miller Spectrum 375 X-TREME Plasma Cutter - Removing Brackets Demo

See the Spectrum 375 X-TREME plasma cutter in action removing brackets on a vehicle frame.

Setting up your new Millermatic 125 Hobby MIG welder

Watch step-by-step instructions for setting up and operating your new Millermatic, the parts included, and suggestions for correct gas and consumable usage.

Welding Ford Raptor Spindle Using a Millermatic 212 and Dynasty 350

Camburg Engineering MIG welds a Ford Raptor stock replacement spindle using a Millermatic 212 MIG welder.

Notching Frame for Suspension Clearance using Miller Dynasty 350 DX TIG welder and Weld-Mask

Hollywood Hot Rods fabricator Sean Ramáge completes a frame repair to provide more suspension clearance.

TIG Tips From Menzies Motorsports

See how Menzie’s lead race prepper welds a spare drive shaft mount to a truck using the Dynasty® 280 DX TIG welder.

NHRA Nitro Funny Car Driver Makes Repairs with Dynasty Welder

Tim Wilkerson, NHRA Nitro Funny Car driver depends on the Miller® Dynasty® series TIG welders for welding repairs in the shop and at the race track.

Wolfpack Motorsports Uses Miller to Build Polaris RZR

The Wolfpack team needs reliable equipment to build vehicles and parts that can withstand high speeds, which is why they depend on Miller®.

TIG Welding with the Miller Dynasty 280 at Richard Petty Motorsports and Petty’s Garage

The Dynasty 280 TIG welder works hard at Petty’s Garage and Richard Petty Motorsports, building and repairing custom cars for customers and King’s racecars.

Welding Long-Travel Shackle for Toyota Tundra Using Millermatic 190

Camburg Engineering creates a long-travel shackle for a ‘07 Toyota Tundra using the Millermatic 190 MIG welder.

MIG welding with the Millermatic 190 at Richard Petty Motorsports

Fabricators at Richard Petty Motorsports use the Millermatic 190 MIG welder to quickly make repairs to wrecked racecars.

How to Build a Custom, Heavy-Duty Axle Stand

Cora Jokinen, owner of Torq-Masters, demonstrates how to build a custom, heavy-duty axle stand using a Millermatic® 211 MIG welder.

Bodie Stroud Fine-tunes Arc With Millermatic 252 Welder

Fabricator Bodie Stroud relies on the Millermatic® 252 welder because it’s versatile and easy to adjust.

Spot Welding and MIG Welding Floor Panels on Street Rodder Road Tour Car

Troy Ladd and his team at Hollywood Hot Rods have been busy working on the 2015 ARP/Street Rodder Road Tour vehicle — a 1961 Ford Sunliner.

Dynasty® 210 Product Overview

Miller’s Dynasty® 210 is a portable AC/DC TIG and stick capable power source rated for ¼” thick material.

Syncrowave® 210 Product Overview

The easy-to-use Syncrowave® 210 provides legacy arc performance that allows you to expand your capabilities with an all-in-one package.

Dynasty® 280 Product Overview

The Dynasty® 280 is a powerful combination of capability and portability. Weighing only 52 lbs, it can weld up to 3/8" material.

MIG Welding Basics for Farm and Automotive Repairs

Placing the focus on MIG technique, Ort's useful comments are applicable for many garage applications involving farm and auto repairs.

Welders

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Millermatic® 141

(951601)
  • Handles traditional MIG and MIG brazing for multiple weld types: butt joints, splices, lap joints, t-joints and plug/spot.

  • Welds material up to 3/16-in. (4.8-mm) thick.

  • Offers Auto-Set™ technology: a breakthrough control that automatically sets the welder to the proper parameters.

  • Uses 120V input power, creating flexibility to use in any location.

  • Includes welder, 6.5-ft. power cord, 10-ft. MDX™ MIG gun, 10-ft. work cable, 2-lb. spool of 0.8-mm steel wire, regulator, consumables and cart.

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Millermatic® 211 Auto Package

(951715)
  • Handles traditional MIG and MIG brazing for multiple weld types: butt joints, splices, lap joints, t-joints and plug/spot.

  • Welds material up to 3/8-in. (9.5-mm) thick.

  • .024-in./0.6-mm to .035-in./0.9-mm wire size capabilities.

  • 120/240V, single-phase input power.

  • Advanced Auto-Set™ technology to eliminate guesswork when setting weld parameters.

  • Includes welder, 6.5-ft power cord, 10-ft MDX™ MIG gun, 10-ft. work cable, 10-lb. spool of 0.8-mm steel wire, regulator, power extension cord, consumables, cover and cart.

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Millermatic® 252

(907321)
  • Handles traditional MIG and MIG brazing for multiple weld types: butt joints, splices, lap joints, t-joints and plug/spot.

  • Welds material up to 1/2-in. (13-mm) thick.

  • .023-in./0.6-mm to .045-in./1.2-mm wire size capabilities.

  • 208/220/230/240V, single-phase input power.

  • Auto Gun Detect™ technology allows operator to simply pull trigger on MIG gun or Spool gun and automatically detects and recalls the voltage, wire feed speed and timer of the active gun.

  • Includes welder, 10-ft. power cord, 15-ft. MDX™ MIG gun, 10-ft. work cable, regulator and consumables.

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Millermatic® 255 Auto Package

(951821)
  • Synergic welder that handles traditional MIG, MIG brazing and pulsed MIG to weld steel, silicon bronze and aluminum; multiple weld types: butt joints, splices, lap joints, t-joints and plug/spot.
  • Welds material up to 1/2-in. (13-mm) thick.

  • .023-in./0.6-mm to .047-in./1.2-mm wire size capabilities.

  • 208/220/230/240V, single-phase power input.

  • Easy-to-use LCD interface and Auto-Set™ Elite technology for quick weld starts: Just set wire and gas type, wire diameter and material thickness.

  • Includes welder, 10-ft. power cord, 15-ft. MDX™ MIG gun for steel, 10-ft. MDX™ MIG gun for silicon bronze, 12-ft. Bernard® MIG gun for aluminum, 10-ft. work cable, 10-lb. spool of 0.8-mm steel wire, 5-lb. spool of 0.9-mm silicon bronze wire, 5-lb spool of 1.2-mm aluminum wire, regulator, consumables, cover and dual cylinder cart.

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Multimatic® 215

(907693)
  • Multiprocess welder handles traditional MIG, MIG brazing, DC stick and DC TIG to weld steel, stainless steel and aluminum; multiple weld types: butt joints, splices, lap joints, t-joints and plug/spot.

  • Welds material up to 3/8-in. (9.5-mm) thick for MIG and stick, 3/16-inch (6.4-mm) thick for TIG.

  • .024-in./0.6-mm to .035-in./0.9-mm wire size capabilities.

  • 120/240V, single-phase power input.

  • Auto-Set™ technology makes the welder easy to use; LCD interface for simple setup.

  • Includes welder, 6.5-ft. power cord, 10-ft. MDX™ MIG gun, 13-ft. stick electrode holder, 10-ft. work cable, 2-lb. spool of 0.8-mm steel wire, regulator and consumables.

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Multimatic® 220 AC/DC

(907757)
  • Multiprocess welder with MIG, DC stick, AC TIG and DC TIG capability for steel, stainless steel and aluminum.

  • Welds material up to 3/8-in. (9.5-mm) thick for MIG and stick; 1/4-in. (6.35-mm) thick for TIG.

  • .024-in./0.6-mm to .035-in./0.9-mm wire size capabilities.

  • 120/240V, single-phase power input.

  • Auto-Set™ technology makes the welder easy to use; LCD interface for simple setup.

  • Includes welder, 6.5-ft. power cord, 10-ft. MDX™ MIG gun, 13-ft. stick electrode holder, 12.5-ft. TIG torch, 20-ft. foot pedal, 10-ft. work cable, 2-lb. spool of 0.8-mm steel wire, regulators, and consumables.

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Diversion™ 180

(907627)
  • Easy to use; AC/DC TIG capability for fine welding on aluminum, steel and stainless steel.

  • High-frequency, non-contact arc starts to eliminate contamination of tungsten and material.

  • 120/208/240V, single-phase power input.

  • Includes welder, 8-ft. power cord, 12.5-ft. TIG torch, 20-ft. foot pedal, 12-ft. work cable and regulators.

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Thunderbolt® 210 DC

(907722)
  • Ideal for outdoor repairs.

  • Hot Start™ technology provides easy, quick and reliable arc starts.

  • 220/230/240V, single-phase power input.

  • Includes welder, 10-ft. power cord, 10-ft. electrode cable and cable pouch.

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Spectrum® 625 X-TREME™ 

(907579)
  • Cuts up to 5/8-in. (154.9-mm) thick mild steel.

  • Ideal for cutting steel, aluminum and ultra-high-strength steels (UHSS).

  • 120/240V, single-phase power input.

  • Requires 6 cfm of airflow at 90 psi.

  • Includes cutter, 12-ft. power cord, 12-ft. torch, consumables and carrying case.

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Products meet the OEM requirements for welding.

Safety Gear

Digital Performance™ Series: ’64 Custom™

Digital Performance™ Series: ’64 Custom™

(282002)
Digital Infinity™ Series: Relic™

Digital Infinity™ Series: Relic™

(280051)
Digital Elite™ Series: Vintage Roadster™

Digital Elite™ Series: Vintage Roadster™

(281004)
Digital Elite™ Series: Raptor™

Digital Elite™ Series: Raptor™

(281007)

MIG Gloves

LARGE (279875)
EXTRA LARGE (279876)

 

Multitask Gloves

SMALL (263352)
MEDIUM (263353)
LARGE (263354)
EXTRA LARGE (263355)
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Leather Jackets

SMALL (273212)
MEDIUM (273213)
LARGE (273214)
EXTRA LARGE (273215)
EXTRA-EXTRA LARGE (273216)

Accessories

MDX™ 100 

(1770028)
  • 10-ft. MIG gun for .030-in. (0.8-mm) – .035-in. (0.9-mm) wire sizes.

  • Used with Millermatic® 141, Millermatic® 211 Auto, Multimatic® 215 and Multimatic® 220 AC/DC welders.

MDX™ 250

(1770037)
  • 15-ft. MIG gun for .030-in. (0.8-mm) – .035-in. (0.9-mm) wire sizes.

  • Used with Millermatic® 212 and Millermatic® 255 Auto welders.

Spoolmate™ 100  

(300371)
  • 12-ft. work length for welding aluminum wire.

  • Used with Millermatic® 141, Millermatic® 211 Auto and Multimatic® 215 welders. Necessary regulator/flowmeter with hose sold separately.

Spoolmate™ 200  

(300497)
  • 20-ft. work length for welding aluminum wire.

  • Used with the Millermatic® 212 welder. Necessary regulator/flowmeter with hose sold separately.

Weldcraft™ A-150  

(WP1712RDI25)
  • 12.5-ft. work length with diamond grip.

  • Used with Multimatic® 220 AC/DC and Diversion™ 180 welders. 6011 electrodes and 3/32" x 18" bronze rods sold separately.

 

Protective Cover for Millermatic® 141
and 211 Auto; Multimatic® 215

(301262) 

Protective Cover for Millermatic® 212

(195142) 

Protective Cover for Multimatic® 220

(301524) 

Protective Cover for Millermatic® 255 Auto

(301521) 

Small Frame Cart for Millermatic® 141 and 211 Auto; Multimatic® 215; Diversion™ 180

(301239) 

Small Frame Cart, Dual Cylinder for
Multimatic® 220

(951770)



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