Maxstar 161 STL TIG/Stick Welder Package 907710001
Summary of the TIG Welder, 120/240VAC
- Includes: Thermal Overload Protection, Auto Line Power Management Technology
- Welded Material: TIG can be used to weld copper, steel, titanium, aluminum even two dissimilar metals.
- This welder is great for precision manufacturing and heavy manufacturing, as well as pipe and tube manufacturing, shipbuilding, and aerospace.
- Welder Duty Cycle: 60 percent Rated Output: 130A @ 15.2V Welder Input Phase: 1 Overall
Final thoughts: The Miller TIG Welder, 120/240VAC is a great welder and has a proven track record of being very reliable. Some people have noted that they would have liked to have had a chance to get a foot pedal in place of a hand trigger. In the end, however, most consider this welder an excellent machine that is worth its price.
Miller 951674 Multimatic 215 Multiprocess Welder with TIG Kit
- Easy-to-use and versatile MIG, Stick, and TIG welder that helps build skills. Color screen featuring Auto-Set Elite. This all-in-one welder connects to 120 or 240-volt input power. Welds up to 3/8” mild steel. Includes TIG Kit.
- Reviewer: Good little welder, wish the foot pedal had a back footrest like the larger models and I wish it was the normal connector, not the phone cable type that I hope I don’t break. Was going to order through cyber weld but my local welding supply store matched the price so I bought locally.
TIG Welder, Diversion 180, 120-240VAC
- Price For: Each Series: Diversion 180 Aluminum – Material Thickness: 0.025″ to 3/16″ Mild Steel – Material Thickness: 0.030″ to 3/16″ Includes: 12.5ft. Torch with Backcap, Ceramic Gas Cup, 3/32in Collet, and Collet Body, 2% Ceriated Tungsten, RFCS-RJ45 Remote Foot Control, 12ft. Work Lead With Clamp, Regulator/Flow Gauge with Hose Overall Width: 9.875″ Overall Height: 17″ Welder Duty Cycle: 35%
- Power Source Weight: 50 lb. Welder Min. Output Amps: 10 Features: Inverter-Based, AC/DC Power Source, Fan-On-Demand, Portable Uses Miller’s MVP(TM) Plug for Multi-Voltage Usage, Digital Display, Remote Amperage Foot Control Included Input Voltage: 120/240VAC Polarity: AC/DC Welded Material: Aluminum, Steel Welding Processes: TIG
- Application: Aerospace, Construction, Heavy Equipment Manufacturing, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Railcar, Shipbuilding, Boat / Yacht, High Purity Processing Input (Amps): 11.3/16 Rated Output: 60A @ 12.4V/150A @ 16V Welder Input Phase: 1 Welder Input Hz: 50/60 Item: TIG Welder Overall Depth: 23.875″ Welder Industrial Class: Light Welder Max. Output Amps: 180 Country of Origin (subject to change): United States
- TIG Welder, Welding Processes TIG, Polarity AC/DC, Series Diversion 180, Phase 1, Input Voltage 120-240, Welded Material Aluminum, Steel, Material Thickness Mild Steel 0.030 In. to 3/16 In., Material Thickness Aluminum 0.025 In. to 3/16 In., Weight 50 lb., Rated Output 60A@12.4V, 100 Percent/150A@16V, 20 Percent, Input (Amps) 11.3/16A, Hz 50/60, Overall Height 17 In., Overall Width 9.875 In., Overall Depth 23.875 In.
- Reviewer: Never had a problem with mine, easy to set up and use. My only objection is the foot pedal wants to try and walk away from you so you need to mount it and the connection used for it is an RG-45 connector which is easy to fix if you have the proper crimp tools but really not made for a rugged environment, would much rather see a connector plug with strain relief. I have looked at all red, yellow, the new orange and green machines and for me , you just can’t beat a Miller machine. I have two this one and a 215 multimatic and can do just about anything a hobby welder could want to do. I have had other machines but Miller is the Cadillac of this industry
Miller 907693 Multimatic 215 Multi-process Welder
- Easy-to-use and versatile MIG, Stick, and TIG welder that helps build skills. Color screen featuring Auto-Set Elite. This all-in-one welder connects to 120 or 240-volt input power. Welds up to 3/8” mild steel.
- Reviewer: Had this guy for a few months now, and so far so good. First-time welder, but did a fair bit of research and ended up with the miller. The machine is fairly small and is great for a garage setup, I’ve used both GMAW and FCAW applications with decent results, and the more experienced I get the more I love this machine. I’m able to make welds that look good pretty consistently, even running flux core outside, and I’ve never had to plug in the 240v cord for any of my applications, which included building a table out of 3/16″ plate and 1/8″ square tube. I do have a 240 extension cord, but using the 120V is so easy, and really is the strength of this little machine. Before you cheap out I’d highly recommend examining the duty cycle of this machine and the cheapos, because there is a significant difference, and the harbor freight machines run something like a 20% cycle on 240, I don’t remember what this one is running 240, but it was closer to 40 or 50%, and it pretty much runs continuously off the 120V, and I’ve had 0 issues running it off the 15 amp breakers in my garage. I spent about 5 hours outside with it the other day and ran the welder for the entire time, no issues with the abuse, and the welds came out very clean for FCAW.
TIG Welder, Dynasty 210 Series, 120 to 480VAC
- TIG Welder, Series Dynasty 210, Input Voltage 120 to 480VAC, Welding Processes TIG, Pulsed TIG, Stick, Polarity AC/DC, Phase 1 or 3, Welded Material Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, and Aluminum, Material Thickness Mild Steel 0.004 In. to 1/4 In., Material Thickness Aluminum 0.012 In. to 1/4 In., Weight 47 lb., Output Range 1 to 210A, Rated Output 210A@18V, 60 Percent, Input (Amps) 29/3.2A,Hz 50/60, Overall Height 13-39/64 In., Overall Width 8-39/64 In., Overall Depth 22-1/2 In.
Miller Diversion 165 TIG Welder 907626
- Easy-to-understand operator interface.
- Inverter-based, AC/DC power source provides a more consistent welding arc while using less power.
- Fully adjustable amperage control from 10–165 amps DC and AC.
- Diversion 165 AC/DC TIG welder with primary cord (50 A, 230 V plug, attached)
- The Miller Diversion 165 TIG welder now includes the RFCS-RJ45 remote foot control as standard equipment. This TIG welder is incredibly easy to operate and built with the features you need – and nothing more. The Diversion 165 is the most complete TIG welder at its price point on the market today. Finally, you can stop looking for a cheap imported or used TIG welder and get a new one at an affordable price.
Miller Electric, 907551, Tig Welder, AC/DC, 1 to 280A, Dynasty
- TIGWelder, AC/DC, Dynasty, Phase 1 or 3, Output Range (Amps) 1 to 280, Rated Output 235A at 19V, 235A at 19V Amps AC, 60 Percent, Input (Amps) 33/30/17/1512, Input Voltage 208 to 575, OCV 75, 50/60 Hz, 13-5/8, 8-5/8, 22-1/2, Advanced Square ware Arc, Extended Balance Control Range, AC Frequency Control, Built-In Pulsar, Portable, Inverter-Based, AC/DC Power Source, HF Arc Starting, Programmable HF Start Parameters, Memory Card Expandable, Pro-Set(TM), Welding