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Different Types of Miller TIG Welders

16 January, 23 12:30 pm · Leave a comment · Red-D-Arc
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TIG/GTAW is great for when you want to make exact, precision welds between metals like mild steel, aluminum, or stainless steel. Whether using a foot pedal, thumb switch, or fixed amperage, TIG welding is often considered to offer more control than other processes, which makes it a great option for those crucial projects.

However, a precision welding process benefits from using the proper equipment. With so many options on the market, it can get overwhelming. But Miller Electric’s industry-leading TIG power sources are a great place to start your search. These powerful and full-featured machines come in a variety of options to meet all your needs. Here are a couple different types of Miller TIG welders. 

Miller Dynasty 200 AC/DC TIG Welder

The Dynasty 200 AC/DC TIG Welder is not the largest (highest output) machine in the Miller Electric stable, but it provides more than enough power for a vast array of applications, especially when welding will be done manually and/or using multiple passes. The Dynasty 200 machine provides a maximum of 200 amps of welding output, but 150 amps at 60 percent duty-cycle. Even 150 amps is often more than enough output for novice and expert welders alike. This machine also boasts a small footprint and light weight of only 45 lbs. due to its inverter-based design.

However, don’t expect having to sacrifice capability: this machine is packed with many of the features found on higher-output power sources such as AC output and pulsed waveforms for ease of welding aluminum and thin materials. On-board high-frequency arc starting is useful when welding aluminum, but this feature—as well as Miller’s Lift-Arc technology—is beneficial in minimizing the risk of tungsten inclusion as the result of harsh arc starts.

Miller Syncrowave 350 LX

The Syncrowave 350 LX is a flagship Miller power source; its time-tested rectifier-based design is well-known for its durability, reliability, and longevity.  It also offers a little more output than the Dynasty 200: 350 amps at 40 percent duty cycle. But like the smaller counterpart, the Syncrowave 350 LX has a range of features that help to make high-quality welding faster and easier.

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