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Miller Syncrowave 210 TIG Welder Newly Released

A welder that features operator-friendly interface and Pro-Set feature

Aug 16, 2013
Photographer: Courtesy Of Miller Electric
Miller Syncrowave 210 Package Photo 1/1   |   Miller Syncrowave 210 Package

The Details:

  • New TIG welder by Miller for light industrial applications, automotive repair, and personal use
  • Integrated memory card port for software upgrades and expanded product features
  • New user-friendly interface
  • AC/DC TIG and DC Stick-capable
  • Draws less power and 100 pounds lighter than Syncrowave 200

Known for its line of welding products the Miller Electric Manufacturing Company has released its newest Syncrowave 210 TIG welder. Equipped with innovative technologies, this unit is the first Miller TIG welder to include a Pro-Set feature which uses preset controls designed by Miller engineers to eliminate the need of guessing weld parameter settings. Welders can simply choose from DIG or the Balance feature to adjust until the Pro-Set appears on display. Utilizing the Miller-exclusive Auto-Line technology and multi-voltage plug (MVP) provides an easy hookup onto any input voltages within 115-230 V with no manual linking. This results in reliable input power in any welding condition.

"These operator-friendly controls provide speed, convenience and increase user confidence by eliminating the guesswork," said Andrew Pfaller, TIG Product Manager for Miller Electric Mfg. Co. "The Syncrowave 210 maintains a softer AC arc that owners of past Syncrowave models can appreciate, while combining ease-of-use with the power and performance of advanced inverter technology."

In a recent field test by Madison Wisco Industries, the Syncrowave 210 showed to be drawing less power than previous models. This allowed full welding output at 230V and drawing less than 30 amps. Not only does it have a lower installation, it also cuts operational costs. The latest Syncrowave is also lighter weighing only 133 pounds; it's easily 100 pounds less than the predecessor Syncrowave 200 model.

The built in wheels makes it easy to move and the storage compartment with E-Z access increases the machine's portability. An integrated memory card port has been added to the front panel to upgrade any new software and expand product features such as AC frequency (adjust from 60 to 150Hz) to DC pulse (adjust up to 150 PPS max). "The Syncrowave 210 has worked great right out of the box. We just adjust the amperage for thickness and begin welding - plus the arc starts rea really smooth," said Michael Pecosky, welding specialist for Wisco Industries.

The Syncrowave is developed for light-industrial application, automotive repair and personal projects and has the ability to weld up to 1/4 -inch thick material in a single pass. Base MSRP is set at $3,197. Available now. For more information on the Syncrowave 210 TIG welder,

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