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Empower Every Welder to Meet Your Production Goals

To move your business forward, you need to boost output, minimize costs, and ensure quality and safety — all with welders of varying skill levels. Count on Miller for solutions to workforce challenges: easy-to-use equipment that empowers every welder — and help your business succeed.

Manufacturing Knowledge Center

Thinking About Automation in Your Welding Process? Get Started With 4 Questions

Is automation the right fit? Consider these four questions and learn more about automation system options for manufacturing.
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Driving Improvements in Automation with Welding Information

In addition to the quality, productivity and cost-savings benefits fixed and flexible welding automation can offer companies, implementing a welding information management system in a robotic weld cell can add to efficiencies and profitability. Production and weld process data, along with weld process features each make an impact.
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7 Questions to Ask Before Purchasing a Welding Information Management Solution

Welding information management solutions can help companies address pain points by offering effective training, increasing productivity, reducing costs, enforcing proper weld sequence and preventing missed welds — among other benefits. Before making the investment, however, it is important to ask some key questions to ensure the best results.
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How to Drive Improvement with an Existing Welding Power Source Fleet

Utilizing external weld monitoring solutions allows companies to gain insight into quality and productivity metrics on any brand of power source, old or new, so they can drive continuous improvements in their welding operation.
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Reducing Risk When Investing in Welding Automation: Five Steps to Success

Welding automation can provide companies with competitive advantages by making them more productive and by generating higher weld quality. The technology can also improve their profitability. To gain the best success and reduce the risk in the investment, it’s important to follow some best practices when implementing a robotic welding system.
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4 Common Challenges to Address Before Automating the Welding Operation

For first-time users, welding automation can seem intimidating. When making the investment, it is important to plan the purchase carefully and to implement some best practices in order to achieve the best results. Starting out with simple equipment, getting the appropriate buy-in, and analyzing part volume and workflow are all critical.
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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 Can Data Increase Arc-On Time in a Welding Operation?

Manufacturers can boost throughput, reduce downtime and ensure quality with advanced welding information management systems.
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Industry Demands Spark Welding Technology Changes

See how changes are driving companies to acquire solutions to help them maintain the highest levels of quality and productivity in welding operations.
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First Time Welding Automation User Gains Productivity and Quality Benefits

Kenosha Metal Products, a metal stamping company new to welding automation, added three new jobs, increased productivity and improved weld quality by adding Miller PerformArc™ pre-engineered robotic welding cells to its facility.
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Are Inefficiencies in the Weld Cell Affecting Your Manufacturing Process?

Common manufacturing myths about grinding, arc-on time and spatter may be holding you back from making the right changes.
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Turning Welding Data into Dollars

A welding information management solution can measure and track performance metrics to improve productivity and quality — making an overall positive impact on your bottom line. Accurate, real-time data collection and analysis can provide a benchmark for measuring the impact of improvements, and the right technology helps you turn that data into dollars.
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Chandler Equipment Gains Unexpected Benefits from Fume Extractors, Years After Installation

Arkansas-based Chandler Equipment continues to reduce maintenance time and costs with its FILTAIR® centralized fume extractions systems from Miller. Two and a half years have passed since investing in the systems and the company still hasn't needed to change the filters — plus they continue to experience significant fume reduction. 
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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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How Can Manufacturers Become More Agile in a Post-COVID-19 World?

Manufacturers face additional challenges in today’s environment. Learn about three factors to help optimize operations.
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What Is Welding Arc-on Time and Are You Overestimating It?

Average arc-on time in most welding operations is 10%. Get five tips to increase arc-on time in MIG and advanced MIG welding.
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Guide to Pulsed MIG Welding in Manufacturing

See how a switch to pulsed MIG welding can deliver results such as reduced spatter and rework in your manufacturing operation.
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Optimize Robotic Welding Cells by Reducing Secondary Circuit Wear

Learn more about robotic welding cell best practices — and secondary circuit technology — that keep operations optimized.
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Pulsed MIG Welders from Miller Pay for Themselves in Six Months for Pump Manufacturer

Weir found that using the XMT® 304s not only saved money in energy and consumables - paying back the cost of the equipment in 6 months - but also increased productivity, cut maintenance costs and improved weld quality for operators at all levels thanks to the easy-to-use controls and built-in programs. In fact, in a head-to-head test, the XMT 304s demonstrated that they perform 22 percent faster,...
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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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Weld Data Monitoring in Manufacturing [Guide]

A weld data monitoring system can help operations get more done, produce higher-quality welds and control costs.
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5 Tips on How To Create a Work Environment That Attracts the Best New Welders

Improving the welding environment can help you better meet evolving welder expectations and save time in welder training.
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Reduce Weld Rework With These Tips

Here are six questions about common issues that require weld rework — and tips for how to best address them in the operation.
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Iowa-Based Manufacturer Sees Safety and Productivity Benefits with Miller Fume Extraction Technology

Among the guiding philosophies at Vermeer is the belief that the company's employees are its most important resource, helping to deliver on the commitment to improve productivity and profitability for its customers with equipment that meets their needs.
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Addressing the Welder Shortage with Technology

There are welding technologies and solutions that can help companies find and train skilled welders faster — and make it easier for welders to complete high-quality welds once they are on the job.
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How to Improve Training for New TIG Welders

Practicing on a simple operation is one way for TIG welders to improve. Learn other tips to help improve training and safety.
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Marine Hardware Manufacturer Reduces Welding Rework on Anodized Aluminum

G.G. Schmitt & Sons saves time and money with Dynasty® 400 TIG welders, cutting hours of rework on some parts.
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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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Is Laser Welding a Good Fit for Your Operation?

For companies looking to improve productivity and reduce costs in the welding operation, laser welding is one option to consider. Laser welding is more accessible and affordable than ever — offering much faster travel speeds than other welding processes and weld consistency in automated welding applications.
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Guide to Welding Automation

From proper robotic weld cell design to choosing the right gun, many factors play a role in optimizing a robotic welding system.
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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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Reach Your Welding Automation Goals With Advanced Processes

Implementing advanced welding processes featured on power sources already in use — or investing in newer machines with these capabilities — can help companies take their automated welding operation to the next level.
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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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Welding Aluminum vs. Steel — Tips to Improve Your Results

Learn the key differences between welding aluminum vs. carbon steel so you can confidently weld aluminum.
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How Does Weld Data Monitoring Fit Into Your Manufacturing Operation?

Weld data monitoring can help maximize throughput, eliminate bottlenecks and reduce costs in manufacturing operations.
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Aluminum Jet Boat Manufacturer Turns to Pulsed MIG to Keep Boat Production at Full Throttle

Smoky Mountain Jet Boats is known as a top-line manufacturer of aluminum jet boats that thrill riders in water as shallow as 4 inches. The boats are made to Coast Guard specs but wouldn't be profitable or even possible without Pulsed MIG welding.
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Pulsed MIG Welding Increases Productivity, Reduces Distortion and Cleanup for Specialty Sports Equipment Fabricator

Transition from spool gun to all-in-one MIG system with synergic Pulsed MIG capabilities increases travel speeds, reduces birdsnesting, spatter, time associated with switching out spools and provides greater accessibility to tight spots.
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Boilermakers Local 92 Changes Training Processes to Meet Labor Demand

Boilermakers Local 92 in Bloomington, California, is experiencing significant growth in labor demand, caused in part by a recently enacted state law that impacts refinery jobs.
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Next Generation Welding Helmets Offer Benefits for Operator Comfort and Productivity

Having the best possible helmet for the job can reduce workplace injuries and discomfort — and allows an operator to weld for longer.
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Reduce Weld Fume Exposure by Choosing the Right Option

Protecting employees against weld fumes is critical to providing a safe working environment. Choosing the right weld fume management solutions can also have a positive impact on the bottom line through improved productivity.
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Fan Manufacturer Standardizes on Pulsed MIG Welding for Aluminum

Pulsed MIG improves productivity, reduces reject rates and provides Greenheck with welding versatility not possible with older technology.
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The Right Filter Makes a Difference in Weld Fume Management

Choosing the appropriate filter media can help increase productivity and profitability by lowering downtime, improving airflow and reducing filter replacement costs.
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4 Ways To Reduce Welder Training Time in Manufacturing

How much time does your operation spend on training? These tips can help you get new welders into production faster.
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Osage Ambulances Uses Pulsed MIG Welding To Build Life-Saving Emergency Equipment

The Millermatic® 355 with pulsed MIG capabilities allowed Osage Ambulances to increase productivity and maintain high quality.
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Weld Data In One Place With Insight Welding Intelligence™

Turn weld data into information you can use to increase productivity, improve quality and manage cost with Miller® Insight Welding Intelligence solutions.

Auto-Continuum Series Overview

Our advanced industrial welding solution for automation, the Auto-Continuum™ Series, delivers advanced arc performance and weld quality.

Automation Increases Company's Productivity and Workforce

Training first-time users of welding automation at Kenosha Metal Products helped ensure success using the Miller robotic welding cells.

Miller Deltaweld Systems: New Standard in Manufacturing

Reduce your welder training time, minimize spatter and rework — and ensure great results with a new Deltaweld system.

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.

Hercules™ High-Deposition MIG Welding System

Get deposition rates that are up to 30% or higher than competing systems, so you can get up to 30% or higher throughput.

Continuum Series

Designed for advanced manufacturing, the Continuum™ Series comes in 350 and 500 amp models – both at 100% duty cycle.

Structural Fabrication Made Faster With Miller XMT Welders

WF Steel & Crane relies on Miller® XMT® 450 power sources to ensure every weld meets the quality standards their customers demand.

Miller XMT 450 Delivers Smooth Arc for Taylor Machine Works

Taylor Machine Works, a Mississippi-based heavy equipment manufacturer, relies on the Miller XMT 450 to lay high-quality welds.

Miller T94™ Series Welding Helmets – InfoTrack™ 2.0 Data Monitoring

Utilize Miller InfoTrack 2.0 Data Monitoring Technology to track arc-on time and arc count to increase productivity.

Train Welders Quicker with Deltaweld Systems

By making the move to Deltaweld systems, Webster Industries has decreased training time for new welders.

Webster Industries Sees Improved Quality With Deltaweld®

With Deltaweld® systems, the welders at Webster Industries have seen cleaner beads and reduced spatter.

Submerged Arc Welding Allows WF Steel and Crane to Weld Faster

WF Steel & Crane saves time with an automated submerged arc welding system using Miller® SubArc DC 1000 Digital power sources.

CST™ 282 Stick/TIG Welder: Portable, Simple, Flexible

Weld stick/TIG in the field or shop with the CST 282. Portable, flexible and easy to use, it delivers precise, high-quality welds.

Ariens Improves Quality, Productivity with Robotic Welding

Ariens Corporation increased productivity by 25 percent by implementing PerformArc® pre-engineered robotic welding cells, while also improving quality by approximately 94 percent on the outdoor equipment they build.

K-zell Metals Makes the Case for Robotic Welding

K-zell Metals discusses the advantages of robotic welding with PerformArc pre-engineered weld cells.

Custom Equipment Manufacturer Improves Welder Training with LiveArc System

ALMACO implemented Miller’s LiveArc™ welding system to expedite and improve employee training.

K-zell Metals Discusses Offline Programming for Robotic Welding

K-Zell metals discusses the benefits of offline programming in robotic welding applications.

Benefits of Miller Insight Core

Increase profitability and be more competitive ​with ​Insight Core™, an internet-based industrial welding information management system from Miller. View updates on welding activity and ​easily evaluate your entire operation from your web browser on a computer, tablet or smartphone. The Productivity dashboard displays trends by month, day and hour, and allows you to track the results of continuous...

Smoky Mountain Jet Boat Built with Pulsed MIG Technology

Jet Boats is building aluminum in the mountain woods, using Miller's latest Pulsed MIG technology to ride the wave of boat orders.

Miller T94™ Series Welding Helmets – Quick Release Front Cover Lens

Miller T94 Series Welding Helmets feature a quick release front cover lens holder that makes lens changes simple and fast. Learn how to easily change your lens.

AGCO Utilizes Axcess E with Insight

The AGCO facility at Jackson, MN utilizes Miller Electric Mfg. Co.'s Axcess E with Insight to increase productivity and ensure product quality.

Welders at AGCO's Sunflower Plant in Kansas Benefit from Welding Data

Welders at the AGCO Sunflower plant in Beloit, KS have installed the Axcess E system to better understand and use the data flowing from the welding cells.

Axcess System Provides Managers Welding Data at AGCO

Managers at the Beloit, KS plant of AGCO Sunflower have installed Miller’s Axcess E Systems so managers can mine the data that flows from the welding cell.

Miller T94™ Series Welding Helmets - ClearLight™ Lens Technology

Learn how Miller ClearLight Lens Technology optimizes color and clarity for a high-definition view – so you can achieve the perfect weld.

Miller Welding Helmets – X-Mode™ Technology

Miller’s exclusive X-Mode technology eliminates interference from sunlight and out-of-position welding, continuously detecting the arc even when sensors are blocked.

Miller T94™ Series Welding Helmets – Comfort Redefined

Miller T94 Series Welding Helmets are designed to be lighter, with the weight shifted to the back for better balance and significantly reduced neck strain.

G.G. Schmitt Reduces Rework by 10% With Dynasty Welders

With the marine industry booming, see how hardware manufacturer G.G. Schmitt & Sons reduces rework and cuts welding time.

Marine Manufacturer Cuts Hours of Rework on Aluminum Welds

Welding anodized aluminum requires a skilled welder and attention to detail. See how G.G. Schmitt & Sons reduces rework.

Manufacturer Welds Mill Finish and Anodized Aluminum Parts

As the marine industry moves to more custom designs, G.G. Schmitt & Sons relies on Dynasty® welders to fabricate innovative parts.

How to Reduce Scrap on Bright Dip Anodized Aluminum

Manufacturer G.G. Schmitt welds many types of aluminum, including bright dip anodized. See how Dynasty® welders help reduce rework

G.G. Schmitt Completes Welds Faster With Dynasty Welders

A switch to Dynasty® welders helped marine hardware manufacturer G.G. Schmitt & Sons improve productivity in the welding operation.

Dynasty 350 Helps Vesco Metal Craft Get More out the Door

Vesco Metal Craft benefits by switching to Miller's Dynasty 350 with advanced AC TIG controls for welding aluminum.

Miller Service Important to Marine Hardware Manufacturer

Fabrication for the marine industry demands high quality, and welding equipment is a key factor in producing the best results.

Invision Series Overview

The Invision™ is an entry-level pulsed MIG solution for general manufacturing. Invision is easy to set up, it's cost-effective and versatile.

Millermatic 255 and Multimatic 255: Think Simply. Weld Smarter.

Reduce downtime and increase productivity with the Millermatic® 255 MIG welder and Multimatic® 255 multiprocess welder.

NEW Millermatic 255 Helps Reduce Downtime

Featuring a simple user interface and a smaller size, the Millermatic® 255 MIG welder maximizes productivity and reduces downtime.

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!

Get Current: New Syncrowave® TIG Welding Power Sources

Get current with a new Miller® Syncrowave® machine. Reduce training time and expenses; get more productivity and better welds.

Interview with Iron Grip: Uplifting Production

Miller's Millermatic 350P helped the Iron Grip Barbell Company increase productivity by 16% and reduce scrap by 20%.

Miller Welding Helmets – Sensitivity and Delay Settings

Learn how to properly adjust delay and sensitivity settings for Miller T94 Series Welding Helmets to optimize your helmet performance and improve weld quality.

RMD Welding Technology Doubles Productivity for Sigma Thermal

Manufacturer Sigma Thermal improved productivity 50 percent with a switch to Regulated Metal Deposition (RMD®) from Miller.

LiveArc System Helps Company Recruit, Train Employees to Produce Quality Welds

ALMACO chose to implement LiveArc™ welding performance system into its operations as a training tool.

H&W Operators Find Invision Welding System User Friendly with Better Arc Control

H&W Pacific Emergency Vehicle Group uses Invision 352 MPa Plus to increase productivity thanks to more control and longer leads.

Out Back Aluminum Welding Relies on Dynasty 280 TIG/Stick Welder for Tough Repair Jobs

Out Back Aluminum Welding is known for pontoon and aluminum boat repair and part fabrication in the Lake of the Ozarks resort region.

Using Your Miller Supplied Air Respirator (SAR)

Learn how to properly use and maintain your SAR system to stay compliant keep it in good condition.

Using Your Miller Powered Air Purifying Respirator (PAPR)

Learn how to properly use and maintain your PAPR system stay compliant and keep it in good condition.

Get Precise Parameter Control With Dynasty® 400 TIG Welder

When your TIG application requires excellence, the Dynasty 400 delivers precise control of the arc and parameters.

K-zell Metals and the AlumaFeed Synergic Aluminum Welding System

K-zell Metals relies on Miller's AlumaFeed Synergic System for welding aluminum components. Benefits are excellent arc starts and aesthetics.

Dedicated Aluminum Welding Systems Minimize Quality Issues

A dedicated aluminum welder, like a Millermatic 350P Aluminum or AlumaFeed can reduce quality risks, and reduce cleanup.

Deltaweld Series Overview

The Deltaweld® Series is a MIG only, highly reliable workhorse for high volume manufacturing serving the market for over 35 years.

Miller T94™ Series Welding Helmets – Shade 5.0 Side Window Shields

Learn how to install shade 5.0 side window covers on Miller T94™ Series Welding Helmets.

Miller T94™ Series Welding Helmets – Headgear Adjustment

Learn how to adjust the Miller T94 Series 4-point suspension headgear system, including tightness, balance and stability, angle, and distance.

Miller Welding Helmets – Auto-Darkening Lens Troubleshooting

A poor battery connection can lead to issues with your Miller Welding Helmet auto-darkening lens. Learn how to easily reset the system and replace the batteries to trouble shoot these issues.

Miller Welding Helmets Plus MSA Hard Hat Certified Systems

See how quick and easy it is to install either the slotted hard hat adapter or the universal halo adapter and start using your Miller helmet!

H&W Pacific Emergency Vehicle Group Updates Shop with Versatile Welding Equipment from Miller

H&W decided an update in welding equipment was needed to keep up with growing demand for aluminum and stainless materials.

Southwest Welding Eliminates Clutter, Improves Productivity with Wireless Remote Welding Controls

Southwest Welding has found that wireless remote welding hand controls help improve productivity, reduce hassle and eliminate clutter on the jobsite.

Dynasty® 210 Product Overview

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

Dynasty® 400 Product Overview

Dynasty® 400 provides pulse, balance, and frequency adjustments, AND allows for changing of waveshape and independent amp adjustment.

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.

Maxstar® 210 Product Overview

The Maxstar® 210 STR model provides basic functionality, the base model features HF and basic pulse, and the DX model offers ultimate adjustability.

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.

Maxstar® 280 Product Overview

Miller’s Maxstar® 280 is a DC TIG/stick welder rated for ¼” material in a compact, portable design.

Maxstar® 400 Product Overview

The Maxstar® 400 is a DC TIG/stick welder that can weld up to 5/8” material. It is one of the largest output welders in its class.

Introducing the Millermatic 350P Aluminum All-in-One MIG Welder

The Millermatic 350P Aluminum All-in-One MIG welder is the first single- or three-phase power Millermatic that's optimized to weld aluminum.

Miller Robotic Weld Cell Training Simplifies Programming for Manufacturer

After purchasing and installing Miller PerformArc® robotic welding systems, Ariens Corporation of Brillion, Wisconsin encouraged employees to take advantage of the one-week training course provided to enhance their programming skills.

K-zell Metals Increases Productivity, Quality with Robotic Welding

K-zell Metals added 2 pre-engineered robotic weld cells that helped increase productivity and aggressively bid work.

Pure Aluminum Hull Built with Miller Welders: Smoky Mountain Jet Boat Goes for a Ride

Smoky Mountain Jet Boats are assembled using Pulse MIG from Miller welding equipment.

Ariens Gains Productivity, Lowers Maintenance & Operation Costs with Miller Welding Robotic Cells

Ariens Corporation of Brillion, Wis. needed new robotic systems to help continue the production of its high quality outdoor power equipment.

Miller T94i Welding Helmet Features & Benefits

The T94i™ welding helmet features an ergonomic design that is lighter, improves balance, and alleviates neck torque.

Induction Heating Cuts Preheat Time, Provides Uniform Heating for Swartfager Welding, Inc.

Swartfager Welding has turned to induction heating with ProHeat 35 for many of its preheating, interpass temperature control and stress relieving applications.

Smoky Mounatin Jet Boat Relies on Partnership with Miller and Local Distributor for Solutions

Smoky Mountain Jet Boats builds 100% aluminum watercraft. The company turns to Miller for the latest Pulse MIG welding technology to get the job done.

Welding Automation Investment Offers Company Fast Payback

Kenosha Metal Products saw a payback of less than one year, along with significant accuracy with Miller's welding automation.

 

 

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