New Multimatic 220 AC/DC: It Does, so You Can Too

New Multimatic 220 AC/DC: It Does, so You Can Too

You need
the Multimatic 220 AC/DC. Does it MIG weld? It does.
The Multimatic 220 AC/DC welds MIG and flux-cored, steel and aluminum with a spool gun. Up to 230 amps of power,
handles material up to 3/8-inch thick, and
you’ll get great arc quality. Does it stick weld? It does. It welds stick with up
to 200 amps of power to take on material up
to 3/8-inch thick. The DIG control let’s you
tailor arc characteristics for a wide range of applications. Does it TIG weld? It does. It welds AC TIG and DC TIG,
with up to 210 amps of power to handle up to quarter-inch material. You’ll get great arc quality
on steel and aluminum, with all the control you need. Does I make welding easier? It does. The Multimatic 200 AC/DC
has an intuitive LCD screen that makes set-up simple. With Auto-Set Elite and Pro-Set, choosing the right
parameters for any process is fast and easy. Just select the diameter of
your wire, rod or tungsten. Then, select your material thickness and the correct parameters
are set automatically. Changing processes is even easier. Because with QuickTech,
a MIG gun and TIG torch can stay connected at the same time. Just hit the trigger or the photo control and the machine automatically selects the right process and polarity. It also automatically recalls
the last settings used in the active process. Changing wire sizes, it’s fast and easy with the
Quick-Select Drive Roll. And you’ll get smooth wire-feeding, too. Shielding gas for both MIG and TIG can stay connected to the
machine, so switching processes doesn’t mean switching bottles. Does it work where I need it? It does. Weighing 56 pounds, the
Multimatic 220 AC/DC is easy to move, and the
Multi-Voltage Plug means you can work anywhere there’s
120 or 240 volt input power. The Multimatic 220 AC/DC, it does so you can, too.

28 thoughts on “New Multimatic 220 AC/DC: It Does, so You Can Too

  1. Makes welding easier you funny if you need your
    Machine to teach you maybe you need to go learn come on Miller it’s just a welder

  2. Just wondering but why did you go with Dinse 25 connectors when some of the ratings are at 200amp and even 210 amp. Wouldn't a Dinse 35 connector be a better match so it wasn't at the top of the range? Just wondering if it will make a difference or am I thinking about this wrong?

  3. 3k for this…crappy duty cycles which I’m sure are overrated LOL so bad. No AC pulse and Forget low amp start on Tig ..20amp min
    MIG 30-230 (200) @ 20%
    TIG 20-210 (210) @ 20%
    STICK 30-200 (200) @ 15%

  4. 👎 and 👍
    Machine is hyper overpriced, almost stupidly overpriced. A Miller 211MVP will do almost everything except tig @ $1,000 shipped brand new (after Build w/Blue Rebate). So you're charging $2,000 more for a total of $3,000 just to add an AC tig function. That's a rip off to just add tig, and add $2,000 to the cost.

    Kinda insane you can buy twice as much tangiable product, twice as many cables, twice as much copper, clamps, metal cases, motors, labels, spools, guns, plugs (aka 2 dedicated machines) …and STILL be cheaper then buying one item.

  5. I cant wait till miller or lincoln to make a multi process welder thats affordable that has amazing duty cycle and amps

  6. Everything on this Miller is copied from the Harbor Freight Vulcan Omnipro 220 that came out over a year and a half ago.Miller was probably tired of losing sales to a quality welder that's 1/3 the costThat Miller also isn't made in the states.

  7. Can this machine run 5/32 7018 stick rods on a 220v power supply? My Miller 150stl wont lol. I need to upgrade

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