Miller Electric Manufacturing Co. Datasheets for Arc and Resistance Welding Equipment

Welding machines and joining machines include all manner of devices used for welding, brazing and soldering.
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By matching the right Miller® power sources, Tregaskiss® guns, Hobart® wire and Panasonic® robots to your applications, we can help increase weld quality, maximize production efficiency and control costs —
Engine Driven Welders incorporate a gasoline, diesel, or propane fueled engine coupled to an electrical generator to produce power for Stick, TIG, MIG and Flux-Cored welding. Engine driven welders are...
MIG welding (GMAW – Gas Metal Arc Welding) is the most common process used in home shops, small businesses, manufacturing and metal fabrication applications. Choose from single-phase Millermatic® all-in-one MIG...
Miller welders help you get the job done in a wide variety of demanding applications. Explore our selection of welding machines, including MIG welders, TIG welders, Stick welders, engine drive...
MSW and LMSW Series lightweight, air-cooled units are portable, easy to operate, and provide a quick and effective means for spot welding mild, galvanized or stainless materials.
Our SubArc Digital Series offers both DC and AC/DC capabilities. DC Digital models are rated for 650 – 1000 Amp; and AC/DC Digital models are rated for 1000 amps at...
Plasma cutting is used in cutting and gouging applications, and requires compressed air and electricity to create plasma gas. Miller plasma cutters can cut up to 7/8-inch steel and stainless...
Stick welding is a simple yet versatile, inexpensive and portable welding process. Flux coated welding rods are used, eliminating the need for bottled shielding gas like that used in MIG...
TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding is used to make precise, critical welds when joining metals such as mild steel, aluminum, or stainless steel. TIG welding is a two handed process...