Wolfpack Motorsports Uses Miller to Build Polaris RZR

Jeremy Merrell, we are here at Wolfpack Motorsports in Orange County, California. These vehicles are going anywhere from you know, 60 to 100 miles an hour. And at that speed there’s some bad things that could happen if you don’t have reliable equipment. Right behind me we have our Polaris RZR racecar that we race […]

TIG Welding Aluminum Part 3: Puddle Control Tips

We’re going to start working on puddle control. Puddle control, again not introducing any filler metal at this time at all, is basically establishing the puddle and walking that puddle down the piece. Now aluminum being the heatsink that aluminum gets hot real quick. It’s kind of like driving a car downhill. It keeps picking […]

TIG Welding Tips: Using the Pulser Function to Add Filler Metal

Here’s a quick tip for some of you beginner TIG welders out there learning how to deposit the filler metal into the weld puddle. If your welding machine is equipped with a pulser like this Syncrowave® 210, you can set the pulser to help you with the timing of depositing the filler metal. Just get […]

TIG Welding Aluminum: AC Frequency Control

Read and follow all labels and the owner’s manual carefully before installing or operating your machine. Hi, I’m Brent Williams with Miller® Electric. We’re going to discuss the benefits of using AC frequency control for welding aluminum with the Miller Dynasty® and how to set this useful feature for optimum results. Let’s take a close […]

How to TIG Weld 4130 Chromoly Tubing

Hi, I’m Todd Bevis and I’m the engineer and fabricator here at Cagnazzi Racing where we build the NHRA pro stock cars that travel in excess of 210 mile an hour. The tubing you see behind me is all 4130 chromoly. It’s the mandated material used for NHRA Pro Stock drag race car. The tubing […]

TIG Welding Aluminum Part 1: How to Hold the Torch

Hi, I’m Andy Weyenberg with Miller® Electric. I handle the motorsports marketing for Miller and we get a lot of questions for TIG welding, precisely aluminum. Even from beginners to experienced welders who do a lot of welding with steel, a lot of people have some problems that are working with aluminum. So we’re going […]

How to TIG Weld Stainless Steel Exhaust Tubing

What Phil’s working on right now is actually fitting up all the rest of the tubes for the exhaust from the header back to the muffler. They’re tacking it in place and then once this is all set up what we’ll do is we’ll take this off and go on the bench to actually weld […]

Learn How to TIG Weld 4130 Tubing

4130 chromoly material is common in tubing applications, especially in racing or areas where you want higher strength steel. 4130 is a temperature-sensitive base metal, so we have to take some precautions when welding it. This is what 4130 looks like when you get it. To prepare it for welding, we actually will grind the […]

Miller TIG Welders: Start Welding Faster With Pro-Set

Sometimes, getting your advanced tech machines set up can be a challenge. There’s a lot of variables that you can set in the machine and get yourself out of a weldable condition. So one thing that we’ve got built in to the Syncrowave 210 and the Dynasty line of products, is gonna be called the […]

Buying Your First TIG Welder

Hey this is Steve Christena here at Arc Academy in Chicago Illinois if you’re interested in purchasing your first TIG welder we’re gonna go into some of the things that you should consider before purchasing and then we’re gonna walk through a couple of the recommended options for the home hobbyist. Once you’ve developed a […]