MILLER ELECTRIC MIG Welders

Miller Electric MIG welders are designed to weld aluminium / steel and are ideal for fabrication, manufacturing, maintenance and repair applications. Their adaptability, coupled with minimal spatter and post-weld cleanup, makes them indispensable tools in the metalworking industry.

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Hz: 60 , Phase: 1
StyleModelDuty CycleInput VoltageOverall DepthOverall HeightOverall WidthWire SizePrice (inc. GST)
A
951766
------ SGD 10,660.95
B
907786001
------ SGD 16,557.15
C
907734
------ SGD 9,537.92
B
907785001
------ SGD 16,557.15
D
907785
------ SGD 16,214.72
E
951814
------ SGD 27,959.09
F
951819
------ SGD 35,247.58
G
907747001
------ SGD 12,526.10
H
951960
------ SGD 14,660.18
I
907780
------ SGD 6,962.46
D
907786
------ SGD 16,042.91
J
951824
------ SGD 29,993.69
J
951808001
------ SGD 30,314.85
K
907747
------ SGD 11,605.42
L
951792
------ SGD 23,933.10
M
951961
------ SGD 14,858.14
N
951601
20%120 VAC11.25"12.5"20.5"0.023" to 0.035", Flux 0.030" to 0.035" SGD 3,277.86
O
907612
20%120 VAC11.25"12.5"20.5"0.023" to 0.035", Flux 0.030" to 0.035" SGD 2,605.23
P
907614
40%120/240 VAC20.5"12.5"20.5"0.023" to 0.035", Flux 0.030" to 0.045" SGD 4,722.32
Q
951603
40%120/240 VAC11.25"12.5"20.5"0.023" to 0.035", Flux 0.030" to 0.045" SGD 5,375.12
R
907405
60%208/230 VAC40"30"19"0.023" to 0.035", Flux 0.030" to 0.045"-
RFQ
S
500536
60%230 VAC36.5"31.5"18.875"0.023" to 0.045" SGD 5,389.01
T
907321
60%200 (208)/230 VAC40"30"19"0.023" to 0.045"/Flux 0.030 to 0.045" SGD 10,533.98
T
907322
60%/40%230/460/575 VAC40"30"19"0.023" to 0.035", Flux 0.030" to 0.045" SGD 10,653.03
U
951065
60%/40%230/460/575 VAC40"30"19"0.023" to 0.045"/Flux 0.030 to 0.045"-
RFQ
U
951066
60%/40%200 (208)/230 VAC40"30"19"0.023" to 0.045"/Flux 0.030 to 0.045"-
RFQ

MIG Welders

Single or three phase power MIG welders from Miller Electric are designed to weld aluminium / steel and are ideal for fabrication, manufacturing, maintenance and repair applications. These welders feature a torque feed push-pull motor to provide accurate & positive wire feed speed and electronic wire spool brake to offer optimum wire feed delivery. They are equipped with an auto gun detect system to offer quick & easy operation by simply pulling the trigger. Some models feature a large digital front panel with a built-in standard run-in, pre / post flow, burnback, spot / delay timer menu to allow operator to preset voltage and wire feed speed. Miller MIG welders come with a synergic one-knob control that allows an operator to set the wire feed speed control on the gun for easier set-up and reduced training time. Choose from a wide range of MIG welders, available with argon mix regulator / flow gauge and hose on Raptor Supplies.

Working Mechanism

  • MIG welders work on the same mechanism as TIG or arc welding.
  • They work on the fundamental principle of heat generation due to the electric arc.
  • This heat is further employed to melt base plate metal and consumable electrodes, making a robust joint.
  • The protected gases are also supplied through the nozzle that secures the weld zone from other reactive gases. It provides fine surface finish and a powerful joint.

Features

  • These welders feature a torque feed push-pull motor to provide accurate & positive wire feed speed and electronic wire spool brake to offer optimum wire feed delivery.
  • They have an auto gun detection system to offer quick & easy operation by simply pulling the trigger.
  • These Miller MIG welders come with a synergic one-knob control that allows an operator to set the wire feed speed control on the gun for easier set-up and reduced training time.
  • They provide overload protection to safeguard them from overheating or electrical issues, extending their lifespan.
  • Selected models feature a large digital front panel with a built-in standard run-in, pre / post flow, burnback, spot / delay timer menu to allow operator to preset voltage and wire feed speed.

Frequently Asked Questions

What safety precautions should I follow when using a MIG welder?

  • Wear appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE), including a welding helmet, gloves and flame-resistant clothing.
  • Ensure proper ventilation in your workspace to prevent fumes and gases buildup.
  • Always disconnect power and turn off the welder when not in use.

What factors should I consider before choosing a Miller electric MIG welder?

  • Determine your welding needs (material type, thickness and application).
  • Consider the available power source and amperage range.
  • Budget for additional accessories like gas cylinders and safety gear.

How should I maintain the welder for optimal performance?

  • Check for loose or damaged cables and connections.
  • Replace worn contact tips and drive rolls as needed.
  • Keep the wire feed mechanism lubricated according to the manual.

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