Total control where you work
With optional Wireless Interface Control, you get full control of your Trailblazer engine-driven welder in the palm of your hand. Change welding processes, adjust parameters, select and save preset programs, turn the machine on/off, get service reminders and more from wherever you are on the jobsite. Extend time between fill-ups and maintenance intervals while eliminating the need to go back to your machine to make adjustments.
Unbeatable welding performance
Miller's proprietary Dynamic DIG™ technology automatically adjusts the amount of current required to clear a short, delivering a smoother, more consistent arc that can be tailored to match the application, material, fit-up and welder technique.
Maximum cost savings
Only Miller®Trailblazer machines have fuel-saving Auto-Speed technology
. Add optional Excel power
to save even more on fuel costs, and enjoy a combination of advanced, profit-enhancing features.
Safer, more productive jobsites
Every year, your outdated welding equipment can pose safety risks while wasting hundreds of productive work hours — and thousands of dollars in profit — by forcing welders to make numerous walks to and from their welding power sources. Step up to Trailblazer machines with ArcReach® technology
, which allows welders to make parameter adjustments right at the weld joint. The result: safer jobsites, more arc-on time and improvements to your bottom line. You'll also get quieter jobsites with a Trailblazer, improving safety and productivity because work crews can communicate easier.
More portable, smaller and lighter
The gas Trailblazer 325 is up to 17 percent smaller and 10 percent lighter than competitive machines — which means moving it is faster and easier, for maximum productivity. Because it takes up less space, trucks can carry more equipment and gear — so your crews can be ready for anything.
Cleaner and stronger auxiliary power
Combined with a 25-horsepower engine, a Miller Trailblazer 325 offers 10,500 watts of clean, truly usable auxiliary power. An independent welder and auxiliary power system ensures no interaction between jobsite tools and the welding arc, while advanced technology virtually eliminates power spikes and other electrical imperfections — so welds are cleaner and jobsite tools can run without interruption, maximizing quality, productivity and profit.