Miller Electric Mfg. Co.
An Illinois Tool Works Co.
Please visit: Miller Electric Mfg. Co.
1635 W Spencer St.
PO Box 1079
Appleton, WI 54912 US
Pipe-Welding System Offers Remote-Control Capabilities
The PipeWorx FieldPro on-site pipe-welding system from Miller Electric offers traditional stick, TIG, MIG and flux-cored welding processes.
A Technology Sampling from FABTECH 2012
Here are a few technologies spotted at the 2012 edition of Fabtech, the annual metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing event.
Portable Welding Power Source Offers Compact Design
Miller Electric offers the Multimatic 200 and LPR-100 half-mask respirator, as well as upgrades to its Bobcat line, Big Blue 350 PipePro and Arc Armor Titanium series welding helmets.
Miller Announces Welding “Heroes”
The company's promotion recognizes welders who make a special contribution to their workplaces and local communities.
Multi-Process Welder Features Higher Amps
The XMT 450 MPa multi-process welding power source from Miller Electric features the reliability and arc performance of the XMT 350 MPa but with more amperage, improved power efficiency and additional programs for pulsed MIG welding for 0.052 and 1/16 wires.
Can You Weld Aluminum Foil?
Although we primarily focus on the chip-making operations shops perform, this welding “parlor trick” on Miller Electric’s website is worth a look-see.
Aluminum MIG Welding System
The AlumaFeed synergic aluminum welding system is designed for high-volume, high-arc, on-time industrial aluminum applications requiring conventional MIG and pulsed MIG welding outputs.
Miller Adds Blue Lightning To TIG Power Sources
Miller Electric’s Dynasty 200 AC/DC TIG/stick and Maxstar 200 DC TIG/stick power sources feature Blue Lightning technology. According to the company, this technology provides consistent, reliable high-frequency arc ranging from 200- to 1-amp applications.
Pipe Welding System
The PipeWorx welding system is an easy-to-use, multi-process welding solution designed to improve pipe welding quality and productivity for fabrication shops, the company says. It provides one-button, quick change-over between processes. Cables remain connected to the power source and do not need to be switched for the different welding processes.
Selecting The Right Welder
Many machine shops, on occasion, have a need for welding. It may be for maintenance purposes, repair or to fill the odd contract. This story is a welding process primer for those shops whose main business isn't welding but need to know some basics.