With 90 percent of its welds being completed robotically, Ariens Corporation of Brillion, Wis. needed new robotic systems to help continue the production of its high quality outdoor power equipment. Aging robotic welding cells were making it difficult to maintain uptime. A conversion to Miller PerformArc® robotic welding systems resulted in significant productivity gains, while also lowering their maintenance and operation costs.
New Millermatic® 190 and 141 MIG Welders Offer Improved Portability, Ease-of-Use and Arc Performance
Built for light fabrication, maintenance and repair, auto body and farm and home applications, the new MIG and Flux-Cored-capable Millermatic® 190 and Millermatic 141 MIG welders (replacing the Millermatic 180 Auto-Set™ and Millermatic 140 Auto-Set MIG welder models) offer personal users improved portability, ease-of-use and arc performance.
the Millermatic 190 with 240 volts of input power welds material from 24 gauge to 5/16-inch-thick in a single pass — the highest output in its class — and has a 40 percent duty cycle, a 10 percent increase over the previous model. The Millermatic 141 with 120 volts of input power welds material from 24 gauge to 3/16-inch-thick in a single pass.A smaller and shorter, newly redesigned case platform featuring more ergonomic handles increases portability — both models integrate front and rear steel-backed plastic handles and a third die-cast center handle for easy transport.
Centricut laser product update announcement
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2015 Welding Convention
November 9-12, 2015
Chicago, IL USA