Miller recently added a new set of digital features to their Elite series of auto-darkening welding helmets. The new masks include settings for welding, cutting, and grinding, as well as an “X-Mode” setting that electromagnetically senses an arc and then automatically switches to a predetermined shade level, with a reaction time of 1/20,000 of a second. The X-Mode setting also prevents sunlight or an obstructed sensor from causing interference.tramadol online pharmacy
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Now until April 15th Miller is offering mail-in rebates when you buy “select” Millermatic welders and Spoolmate guns on their website. Even though mail-in rebates are the most annoying form of cash-back, we’re still stoked about the savings.
Follow the links on the site to find which models get what rebate — models such as the Millermatic 212 and Spoolmate 3035 Spool Gun get a $150 rebate, and on the low end, the Millermatic 140 with Auto-Set and the Spoolmate 100 Series Spool Gun each get a $50 rebate. You can save some cash if you’re in the market, even if it’s a bit frustrating having to wait for it.
Mail-In Rebate Offers [Miller]
Shopping for a new welding helmet? This flag-draped Miller Elite series welding mask features separate auto-on/auto-off and grind modes, four independent arc sensors, and a magnifying lens holder. It’s available in numerous screen-print designs – like this lovely stars and stripes motif — as well as plain ‘ole black. Best of all, it’s available at Toolsforless right now for $219.88.
How often have you wished you could pick up your MIG welder and carry it over to a friend’s place? Or to a job site? Sure, there are lots of “portable” rigs you could use — but they never really live up to the quality of your unit at home.
Try this on: The Millermatic Passport is completely self-contained and requires only power for full-on MIG welding. It holds 12 oz of CO2 and an 8″ spool of wire internally — all in a suitcase-sized package that weighs in around 55 lbs completely ready-to-weld. Read past the jump for a diagram of what’s going on inside the little blue box.
This isn’t a tool per se, but it will help you use the ones you already have. If you haven’t wandered over to the Miller Welding website recently, you might not have found their great “welding library.” It’s a compendium of tips ranging from the obvious buyer’s guide to some incredibly useful descriptions of techniques.
For the professional welder, they also discuss some of the economic issues involved, including how to keep your costs down and make the most of the tools you’ve got.
If nothing else, this site is worth a bookmark solely for their “Welding Dictionary,” which serves as a great reference when you’re reading other texts. Best of all: It’s free.
Welding Library [Miller]
Miller recently announced their creation of a website specifically targeted to help high school and vocational welding instructors locate welding information and select products. According to the press release:
“We wanted the educational community to know that Miller Electric supports them and their mission,” explained Neal Borchert, business development manager, Miller Electric Mfg. Co. “Welding instructors teach a variety of classes and are often too busy to stay abreast of all the latest technological innovations in welding products. This can make it difficult to know exactly which welder will best meet their needs.”
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