Miller 110V Welders – Millermatic 211 Review

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Miller 110V Welders – Millermatic 211 Review
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Among the Miller 110V welders, the Millermatic 211 MIG welder (GMAW) is an excellent and easy-to-use device. Miller is a popular brand that manufactures some excellent pieces of welding equipment.

The Millermatic 211 allows hassle-free welding of steel, stainless steel, and aluminum alloys. Take a look at the detailed review below to get a better impression on the machine:

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Millermatic 211 – technical specifications

MIG welderWith a weight of only 38 lbs, the Millermatic 211 is truly a lightweight and thus portable MIG welder that you can take with you without any problems.

But, the Millermatic 211 is not only a 110V welder. You can use it as a 230V welder at the same time. Being independent of available voltage level makes the Millermatic 211 a very versatile machine.

Technical specifications

  • Input voltage: 120 V/240 V
  • Amperage range: 30 A – 230 A
  • Wire diameter range: 0.024″ – 0.045″
  • Metal sheet thickness: 18 ga. to 3/8″ (depending on material)
  • Machine weight: 38 lbs (42 lb. with gun)
  • Rated output: 115 A @ 20 % duty cycle (120 V)
  • Rated output: 150 A @ 40% duty cycle (240 V)

MIG welderUse the Millermatic 211 either at an input voltage of 110V/120V or 230V/240V. Additionally, Millers package includes different plugs that allow connection to standard 120- and 240- volt power receptacles.

Read also: Top MIG welders for welding.

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Millermatic 211 MIG welder – video impression

For initial setup attach the shielding gas cylinder, the MIG gun and start your welding work. Millermatics 211 weld capacity ranges from a metal sheet thickness of 24 ga. up to 3/8″ (at 240V).

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Weldable materials

The Millermatic 211 is capable of both, the gas metal arc welding process (MIG) and the flux cored arc welding process (FCAW).

Thus, you can weld Mild Steel and Stainless Steel with a thickness ranging from 18 Gauge up to 3/8″ when using the machine with 240 V. Of course, you can also weld aluminum and cast iron with the Millermatic 211.

MIG Welder, 120/240VAC, 1 Phase

Last price update as of May 6, 2018 12:20 pm PST More Information
$1,199.00
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Operation Modes

The Millermatic 211 comes with Millers popular Auto-Set mode and the Manual mode.

Auto-Set mode

Another promising feature is Miller’s Auto-Set mode:

Just select your wire & gas combination, set material thickness and wire thickness with the turning knobs. Now, the machine will calculate required power and wire speed by itself so you don’t need to experiment or guess the machine parameters.

With this feature, you can save time because you don’t have to try out different parameters and can rely on predefined parameters developed by Miller.

Of course, the Auto-Set mode is ideal for beginners.

Manual mode

In manual mode, you can choose the parameters yourself, similar to any other competitors welding machine.

Thus, the Millmeratic 211 gives you the freedom to choose the right operation mode for your current welding task.

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Millermatic 211 review – conclusion

Because of its little weight of only 38 lb, the Millermatic 211 is a portable welding system. Thanks to the capability to plug in also to 230 V, it is a very versatile 110 V welder. With an amperage range up to 230 amps, this machine has a lot of power for thicker materials.

On the downside, this is not the cheapest MIG welder on the market, but good quality of a machine pays by itself.

Overall its a rugged device for professional and home use, construction, maintenance, and repair works that we can recommend.

MIG Welder, 120/240VAC, 1 Phase

Last price update as of May 6, 2018 12:20 pm PST More Information
$1,199.00

Image Credits: Miller Welding, Pixabay

9.5 Total Score

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