There's Only One Miller

There are many brands of welding products. There’s only one Miller.

We make welding solutions that deliver unbeatable dependability, versatility, performance and ease of use for only one reason: to serve welders like you. Ready to find the perfect Miller® solution? There’s a distributor near you who’s ready to help.

Multimatic® 220 AC/DC

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MULTIMATIC® 220 AC/DC:

 

There’s only one true multiprocess welder with AC TIG that allows you to automatically switch between MIG and TIG.

Don’t settle for a “multiprocess” welder that has limited capabilities or complicates process changes. The Multimatic 220 AC/DC welds MIG and stick, plus both AC and DC TIG — so you can take on more projects. QuickTech™ technology makes changing processes quick and easy: Just leave the MIG gun and TIG torch connected to the welder. Hit the gun trigger or foot control and the machine automatically changes between MIG and TIG.

Bobcat™ 225 and 260

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BOBCAT™ 225: BOBCAT™ 260:

 

There’s only one family of welder/generators that reduces jobsite noise and puts up to $1,500 back in your pocket each year.

Take control, reduce noise and lower operating costs with Remote Start/Stop, standard on Bobcat 225 and 260 welder/generators. Easily turn your Bobcat machine on and off remotely, so it only runs when you need it. Get more done with each tank of fuel, extend time between maintenance intervals and work without the hassle of walking back to your machine.

Millermatic® 255 and Multimatic® 255

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MILLERMATIC® 255: MULTIMATIC® 255:

 

There’s only one family of 250-amp welders with pulse welding capabilities to cut work time by up to 50%.

Dealing with spatter adds unproductive time to the work day — which means less welding gets done. Minimize spatter with a Millermatic 255 or Multimatic 255. Both machines support pulsed MIG welding for lower heat input and less spatter. That means less post-weld grinding — and less chance of distortion on thin materials too, so there’s less rework.