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Texas Students Fund Welding Program With Their Own Work

There is often a year-long waiting list to buy projects completed by welding students at Woodsboro High School. The proceeds from the deer blinds, benches and barbecue pits the students make and sell help fund the welding program.
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New Learning Management System Designed for Welding Instructors

OpenBook™ is a free online software used to plan, offer and assess learning processes — allowing instructors to customize the classroom.
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Lewis and Clark Community College Opens $4.5 Million Welding Education Center

A donation from a local laborer helped Lewis and Clark Community College build a state-of-the-art facility for welder training.
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Welding Education at Lincoln-Way Central Gets Boost from Miller Contest

Teacher Daymon Gast and his high school welding program received new welding technology in the Who’s Building You? contest.
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Full Remote Control at the Weld Joint Can Improve Productivity, Safety

Advancements in remote control technology provide full control of weld settings at the joint, reducing downtime to walk to the power source and ensuring operators don't have to settle for less-than-optimal parameters. The result is a safer, more productive job site and better weld quality.
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Partnership Offers Students State-of-the-Art Equipment

Welding students benefit from partnership with Miller and local welding distributor.
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National SkillsUSA Competitor Will Study Welding Technology With Scholarship

Utah welding student Dalton Van won the $5,000 Weld-Mask™ Scholarship Sweepstakes. Learn more about his passion for welding.
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Looking for Project Funding? The Free Grant Assistance Tool Can Help!

Are you a welding instructor or training program administrator looking for grant resources to fund new equipment or classroom upgrades? Get the free Grant Assistance Tool today.
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Capturing Real Welding Information to Drive Real Improvement

Welding information management systems have become an increasingly appealing means to achieve those goals — for both robotic and semi-automatic welding systems. Basic or entry-level software systems gauge both productivity and quality, and provide real-time weld data for management to enact positive changes within the welding operation. Simply put, companies can better identify and solve welding-r...
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New Welding Processes, Technologies and Retraining Help Address Labor Shortage

Learn how to increase productivity of the welding operation through new technology and advanced processes.
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Axcess® E with Insight™ Delivers What No Other Welding Power Source Can

Don't just monitor production data, use Insight to provide the information that will create the knowledge you need to improve your welding operation on many levels. When combined with the power of Ethernet connectivity, Miller's Axcess E with Insight provides a comprehensive welding information system.
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5 Ways to Drive Continuous Improvement with Welding Information Management Systems

Improving the efficiency of a welding operation depends largely on knowing what actually needs to change in order for a company to reach its goals. It is difficult to increase productivity, generate greater quality or reduce costs if there isn't a solid starting point. It's just as difficult to track the effectiveness of continuous improvement initiatives without a clear way to monitor the results...
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Welding Thunder 2013 in Cottonwood Arizona

Students and faculty from welding programs all over Arizona descended on Cottonwood, AZ to compete in the 2013 2nd annual Welding Thunder team fabrication welding contest hosted by Mingus Union High School at the Verde Valley Fairgrounds in Cottonwood, Arizona October 25th and 26th.
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Tips for Maximizing Productivity and Decreasing Costs in Job Shops

The goal of any job is to complete it correctly, on time, within budget and with the greatest amount of efficiency — and it’s no different for welding applications in a job shop. Improving productivity, ensuring the best quality and reducing costs are all important if job shops are to remain competitive and provide the best, and most timely, service and products to their customers.   
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MIG Welding a Key Part of Auto Collision Repair Program

Welding has long been an important component of the auto collision repair program at Grant Career Center in Bethel, Ohio, though the welding process used most frequently in the program has shifted over the years to MIG welding. Some students start out a little apprehensive to learn the wire process, but instructor Ric Kruse said that quickly turns to excitement when students see how easy it is...
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Miller LiveArc Reality-Based Welding Training System Provides Fast, Accurate, Cost-Effective Results

The LiveArc Welding Performance Management System is an advanced welding trainer that combines simulator and live arc welding benefits.

Miller LiveArc Reality-Based Welding Training System Provides Fast, Accurate, Cost-Effective Results

The LiveArc Welding Performance Management System is an advanced welding trainer that combines simulator and live arc welding benefits.

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

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

AugmentedArc: the Industry's Most Realistic Welding Simulator System

AugmentedArc Augmented Reality Welding System from Miller is the industry’s most realistic welding simulator system, closely resembling live-arc welding.

Customizing your AugmentedArc System with Teacher Software

Watch this video for step-by-step instructions on how to set up the teach software for you AugmentedArc system

Setting up your Miller AugmentedArc Augmented Reality Welding System

Miller's AugmentedArc welding training system combines efficiency and education with the effectiveness of hands of welding experience.

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.

TIG and Stick Remote Technology for Code Welding

Local 125 journeyman pipefitters save time and avoid rework every day with the help of Miller® remote technology.

Journeymen Pipefitters Keep Welding With Stick/TIG Remote

ArcReach® remote welding technology doesn’t sacrifice arc performance for convenience. Just ask pipefitters with Local 125 and Modern Piping.

The Lambeau Episodes 3: Weld Fume Extraction

Miron Construction relied on portable FILTAIR fume extraction systems to keep areas clean and free of welding fume.

Contractor Sees Improved Safety, Quality, Value and Performance with PipeWorx 350 FieldPro System

Using the Miller PipeWorx 350 FieldPro™ System for Stick and TIG welding, Modern Piping Inc. gained optimized arc performance for critical pipe welding,

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.

Miller Insight Pipe and Vessel Tracks Weld Data for Improved Quality and Productivity

Team Industries uses Miller® Insight™ Pipe welding intelligence solution in conjunction with the PipeWorx 400.

Team Fabricators Recruit and Develop Welding Talent In-House with Miller PipeWorx 400

To deal with a shortage of skilled labor, Team Fabricators launched an in-house training program to recruit and train welding operators.

Pipe Fabricator Relies on Miller Equipment for Productivity Gains and Welder Training

A leader in pipe fabrication relies on Miller's latest innovations in pipe welding equipment for productivity gains and improved welder training.