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10/20/2017 | 1 MINUTE READ

Welding Accessories Enable Easy Parameter Changes

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Fabtech 2017: Miller Electric Manufacturing Company’s ArcReach products are designed to enable operators to change parameters at the weld joint using the wire feeder or remote (without a control cord), improving productivity, safety and quality.

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Miller Electric Mfg. Co.’s ArcReach products are designed to enable operators to change parameters at the weld joint using the wire feeder or remote (without a control cord), improving productivity, safety and quality. Available products include power sources, engine drives, feeders and remotes, providing fleet compatibility and flexibility.

The company’s XMT 350 FieldPro power source is compatible with all ArcReach accessories to deliver remote control capabilities for stick, MIG, TIG, flux-cored, pulsed MIG and regulated metal deposition welding processes for jobsite flexibility. It is ideal for infrastructure, construction and ship applications.

New cable length compensation (CLC) and adjust while welding (AWW) technologies are available by pairing ArcReach accessories with the XMT 350 FieldPro power source. These capabilities provide time savings to help lower labor costs, improve productivity and safety, and provide operators with more control over welding parameters. According to the company, CLC technology ensures the voltage that welding operators set at the power source is the voltage they get at the weld, even hundreds of feet away. AWW technology enables precise adjustments and parameter changes at the wire feeder or remote without stopping the arc.

ArcReach technology is available in engine-driven welder generators from Miller, including the Big Blue 600 Air Pak and the Trailblazer 325 for flexibility and fleet compatibility in heavy industrial applications, including construction, pipe welding, maintenance and repair rigs, mining maintenance, and railroad maintenance. The accessories are also compatible with ArcReach-capable engine-driven machines, enabling customers to expand use of the technology with existing accessories.

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