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California Welding Operation Relies on ArcReach Technology

ArcReach® technology lets welders adjust parameters at the weld joint, reducing trips to the power source and enhancing safety.

ArcReach Technology Helps Ensure Optimal Weld Settings

Easily set optional weld settings for any job at the wire feeder or remote with ArcReach® technology.

Welding Technology Saves Time on the Jobsite

Miller® ArcReach® technology helps save significant time for M&M Welding, since welders can adjust parameters at the weld joint.

Articles

XMT 350 FieldPro with ArcReach Technology

Game-Changing Welding Technologies Stop You From Wasting Hours Every Day

When welding operators must stop welding to walk to the power source to make adjustments this lost time adds up, totaling significant labor costs that could be better spent on value-added tasks. This productivity loss is especially painful for operations that already struggle to find skilled labor. These stops and starts can also impact weld quality and operator safety.
Apex Steel Welders Use Remote Control Technology

Apex Steel Saves up to Two Hours Per Welder Every Day With Remote Control Technology

Finding ways to save time in the welding operation while still meeting quality demands is critical to productivity, scheduling and the bottom line for Apex Steel. The structural steel contractor completes many projects in the strong Seattle-area market, where stringent D1.8 structural welding codes are the norm. To increase productivity, maintain consistent arc quality and improve safety, Apex uses Miller® XMT® 350 multiprocess welders with ArcReach technology on many jobsites.
Welding in shipbuilding operations

Shipyards Gain a Competitive Advantage with Point-of-Use Welding Control

Shipyards are being asked to provide lower costs and meet increasing quality requirements while also delivering vessels on tighter schedules. Technology is one solution to help them meet these customer demands. In the shipbuilding welding operation, point-of-use controls can save up to an hour or more every day — per welding operator. The resulting savings translate into a quick return on investment for shipbuilding operations that justifies the conversion to remote-control technology.