Easiest Millermatic Eliminates Welding Guesswork

Easiest Millermatic Eliminates Welding Guesswork

With the new Miller Millermatic 140 with Auto-Set, Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has created the simplest wire welder in the industry. With the new all-in-one MIG welder, the user simply has to set the wire diameter and material thickness. The patent pending Auto-Set technology automatically sets wire feed speed and voltage to achieve optimal welding results.

With the new Miller Millermatic 140 with Auto-Set, Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has created the simplest wire welder in the industry. With the new all-in-one MIG welder, the user simply has to set the wire diameter and material thickness. The patent pending Auto-Set technology automatically sets wire feed speed and voltage to achieve optimal welding results.

“Auto-Set technology allows the user to weld with confidence knowing that the machine is properly set up,” said Ken Stanzel, product manager, Miller Electric. “Welders with all types of ability will benefit from this new technology as it allows them to focus on their welding without worrying if their machine has been set up properly.”

The Millermatic 140, available with and without Auto-Set, also provides smooth, spatter-free starts through Miller’s exclusive Smooth-Start technology, improving weld quality and decreasing the need for spatter clean up.

The Auto-Set feature works with C25 gas (75% argon, 25% CO2) and either .024 or .030 solid wire. A keychain material thickness guide is included with the welder to help the user determine the thickness of the material they are welding.

The Millermatic 140 with Auto-Set also provides an easy-to-use chart and a manual mode feature which allows the user to manually set wire feed speed and voltage for broader applications.

Auto-Set, available only on the Millermatic 140, was developed after customer research indicated that one of the main issues amongst the vast majority of welders was lack of confidence in setting welding parameters, according to Stanzel.

The Millermatic 140 with Auto-Set is a 115V all-in-one welder that can weld up to 3/16 in. in a single pass. It replaces the Millermatic 135.

Millermatics are available at welding supply distributors. To find the nearest distributor or for more information on the equipment, visit MillerWelds.com or call 1-800-4-A-Miller.

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