Miller Electric maintains industry leadership for reliability, quality and responsiveness. Miller Welding Equipment is renowned around the world for the colour "Blue".
Our Miller range includes used and refurbished stick welders, TIG and MIG welding machines, multi-process power supplies and diesel welder generators.
The company began with an innovation that responded to customer needs, growing from a one-man operation in 1929, to the world’s largest manufacturer of arc welding products.
Back then almost all electric arc welding was done with large, expensive, three-phase motor generators with DC output. Because three-phase primary wall power was usually only available in big cities, most blacksmiths in rural areas were still using the ancient hammer and forge technique to weld metal.In 1929, Niels Miller recognized the need for a small, affordable arc welder that would operate on the type of electricity readily available in rural Wisconsin. With no money for raw materials, he used scrap sheet metal, core and coil materials to hammer together that first welder in his basement. His simple, non-rotating AC welder was smaller, lighter and less expensive than the DC units currently available.
Our best sellers the DeltaWeld, Dimension, Syncrowave and Big Blue are in stock and delivered approximately 2-4 days from order.
Why wait for a new welder? Buying Used and Refurbished Miller welders saves time as in stock today and they are also very affordable.
Miller Syncrowave 300
Miller Syncrowave 350
Miller Syncrowave 351
Miller Syncrowave 500
Current Miller welding equipment range below
STICK welding models
MIG welding models
TIG welding models
MULTI-PROCESS welding models
MULTI-OPERATOR welding models
XMT 304 CC/CV
CST 280 Rack
NEW Products from Miller Welding
Miller Diesel Welding Generator
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