ArcReach™ Technology Increases Arc-On Time and Productivity, Reduces Safety Hazards
Providing welding operators with the ability to make parameter adjustments at the weld joint, the exclusive ArcReach technology from Miller communicates changes to voltage from the wire feeder to the power source using existing cables. There is no need for control cords or specialized wireless remotes. ArcReach technology minimizes job site hazards by reducing trips to the power source, while also improving quality by eliminating operator guesswork about parameters and increasing productivity through greater arc-on time.
Setting up your new Millermatic 125 Hobby MIG welder
Before setting up your Millermatic® 125 Hobby MIG welder, please review important safety important information. Watch for step-by-step instructions for setting up and operating your new Millermatic, the parts and components included with your equipment, and suggestions for the correct gas and consumable usage with the equipment.
Apex Steel Saves up to Two Hours Per Welder Per Day
Remote control welding technology from Miller Electric Mfg. Co. helps structural steel contractor Apex Steel save time while still meeting critical quality demands. Serving the booming Seattle region, Apex must complete jobs quickly — and meet stringent seismic code requirements — to stay competitive and keep projects moving. Utilizing wire welding processes and ArcReach® remote control technology from Miller, Apex has significantly improved productivity and operator safety on the jobsite. ArcReach gives operators complete control of welding parameters at the spot of the weld, which saves up to two hours per welder every day and reduces the risk of slips, trips and falls.
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