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What is a Miller welder?

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A Miller welder is a welding machine manufactured by the Miller Electric Mfg. Co. It is a company with about 1,450 employees that is based in Wisconsin and is owned by Illinois Tool Works. It makes arc welding and cutting equipment.

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Miller welders are typically used in the manufacturing, fabrication and construction sectors, as well as in aviation, motorsports and agriculture.

The range of welding products that it offers includes MIG welders (single phase and three phase versions), advanced MIG systems, TIG welders, stick welders, engine driven welders, multi-operator welders, submerged arc welders and spot welders. It also supplies are number of other items including plasma cutters, oxy-fuel equipment, generators, wire feeders and accessories. The accessories include helmets and other types of protective clothing. All Miller products are sold through distributors across the United States.

Miller has been making welding equipment since 1929. During this time, it has introduced new product innovations. For example, it was the first company to manufacture a welder that had a built-in wire feeder. It has also led the field in small, all-in-one MIG welding systems that can be used in the home or in small workshops. Products are also manufactured for heavy industry. These have more advanced technologies.

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