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Miller Electric Mfg. Co. expands lineup of TIG welding solutions

April 25, 2017 - Miller Electric Mfg. Co., Appleton, Wisconsin, has announced the addition of the Dynasty 800 and the Maxstar 800 to its dependable lineup of TIG welding solutions. The new machines deliver up to 800 amps of output power and exceptional TIG and stick welding performance for applications such as pipe and tube fabrication, precision fabrication, pressure vessel fabrication and exotic material fabrication.

The Dynasty 800 power source is AC/DC TIG and stick-capable, rated for 1-inch-thick aluminum and steel. It replaces the previous Dynasty 700 model. The DC TIG and stick-capable Maxstar 800 replaces the Maxstar 700 model and is rated up to 1-inch-thick steel.

“The Dynasty 800 and Maxstar 800 deliver even greater weld output to ensure users have the power to get a wide variety of jobs done,” said Andrew Pfaller, TIG product manager for Miller Electric Mfg. Co. “In addition, design enhancements increase the durability of these machines — even in adverse environmental conditions.”

Meter calibration on the new machines allows the digital meters to be accurately adjusted for certification — saving time and confusion during process audits. Standardized menus on the power sources also help reduce welding operator training time and labor costs.

The Cooler-On-Demand™ feature operates the machine’s auxiliary cooling system only when needed, reducing noise, energy use and the airborne contaminants pulled through the cooler, while the Pro-Set™ feature makes machine setup faster and easier by eliminating guesswork when setting weld parameters.

The machines can be connected to almost any type of available input power thanks to the Auto-Line™ power management technology. This technology adds convenience and produces a steady, high-quality arc. As a result, welding operators can work in more places while maintaining a steady welding output for consistently high-quality welds.

As with other power sources in the Dynasty and Maxstar lineup, the new models are fully compatible with Miller wireless remote control solutions, which allow welding operators complete control over welding parameters up to 300 feet away (with hand control) from the power source. This feature helps improve safety and efficiency. In addition, the ability to have precise operator control at the point of the weld helps improve weld quality, while the elimination of cord tangles and maintenance saves time and money.

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