Set up Weld Screen on the Millermatic 255 and Multimatic 255

TIG 200 DC Welder from Eastwood. TIG Weld Steel

Eastwood Presents, the TIG200 DC Welder running on 110 or 220 volt outlets, the TIG200 DC offers adjustable amperage from 10 to 200 amps welding steel and stainless up to 3/16 of an inch thick the high frequency mosfet inverter delivers precise arc starting and superior puddle and penetration control Operate the TIG200 DC with […]

Multimatic 255 Multiprocess Welder Setup

Congratulations on your purchase of the versatile, easy-to-use Multimatic 255 multiprocess welder, and thanks for choosing Miller. With your Multimatic 255, you can count on years of trouble-free, multipurpose, multiprocess welding. We know you’re eager to try out your new machine. But before you begin setup, please take a few minutes to review important safety […]

Increase Productivity With the NEW Multimatic 255

Think Simply. Weld Smarter. With the Multimatic 255. Solving problems that reduce productivity, like difficult-to-use machines that cause downtime. The Multimatic 255 has a simple user interface that’s easy for welders of all skill levels, reducing setup and changeover time by 40 percent. With other machines, trial and error is the only way to find […]

Why the Multimatic 255 is Ideal for Chassis Welding

My name is Ben Hughes. I’m a chassis fabricator here at the Roadster Shop. One of the biggest advantages of this machine I see, is the reduced heat input. It’s giving me less spatter, and the pulsing effect really reduces burn-through. So, I don’t have to be too cold to make it all the way […]

TIG 200 Digital – Pulse Feature Explained – Eastwood

if you’re serious about TIG welding you may be looking for a machine that has a pulse setting which is a feature that really makes this unit stand out this digital Pig has both AC and DC pulse settings remember DC’s for welding steel and AC is for welding aluminum this feature allows you to […]

Stick Welding With Multimatic 255

Now, let’s set up the Multimatic 255 for welding the stick process. Please take a few minutes to review important safety information and tips, and remember to wear appropriate safety gear during setup and welding. First, while the machine is off, make sure the drive lead is disconnected. Then, insert the stick stinger into the […]