What factors should you consider when buying a welder?
The type of equipment you purchase should be suited for the specific functions you require as well as the projects you will work on the most. So, think about your end goal and consider opportunities to expand the usefulness of your equipment. Will you want more power or amperage in the future? Will you ever want to learn or use additional processes?
It is important to take note of the varying amperage and power requirements as well as the duty cycle necessary to achieve the most effective and economical operational results for the projects you’re looking to complete.
In addition to the cost of the welder itself, don’t forget to include costs for the accessories and supplies you’ll need to operate your new welder. This includes welding protection
(helmet, gloves, jacket, etc.) as well as gas
Don’t feel rushed into making a purchasing decision — take some time to define your needs. If you have questions or something is unclear, Miller can answer any questions you have about processes, benefits, limitations and machine operation. When you’re ready to match a specific model with the task, hobby or business — Miller can suggest the model or product that is the best for you.
Miller has provided quality welders since 1929. When you’re ready to buy, we’d be honored if your first welder was from Miller.