Portable TIG Welders Offer Upgrade Flexibility

Delivering as much as 210 amps of output power, Miller Electric’s Dynasty 210 and Maxstar 210 welders are designed for high TIG and stick performance in easy-to-use, versatile and portable packages that also allow for upgrade flexibility.

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Delivering as much as 210 amps of output power, Miller Electric’s Dynasty 210 and Maxstar 210 welders are designed for high TIG and stick performance in easy-to-use, versatile and portable packages that also allow for upgrade flexibility. The Dynasty 210 power source is AC/DC TIG/stick-capable and welds steel and aluminum ranging to 1/4" thick in a single pass, while the DC TIG/stick-capable Maxstar 210 welds steel as thick as 1/4" in a single pass. Each stand-alone power source weighs 50 lbs or less, and features dual carry handles and a carrying strap for easy transport.

The models include a front-panel memory card data port for the download of software updates from millerwelds.com/tigsoftware and the purchase of product feature expansions. They also come with an easy-to-reach standby power switch on the front that is capable of placing the machine into a sleep mode when not in use. Each model also features Pro-Set technology that provides pre-set welding parameters. Auto-Line power management technology provides added convenience by allowing the machine to connect to almost any type of available input power, and produces a steady, high-quality arc, the company says.