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Get the New Millermatic 141 or 211 on Sale Today

Get the New Millermatic 141 or 211 on Sale Today

Miller’s updated Millermatic MIG welders are now on sale, and the 141 and 211 models preserve everything that made these machines bestsellers for online welding stores and favorites in welding shops. They’re ideal for hobby welders and professional fabricators, auto repair shops, or farmers.

Miller 211

You can easily weld both mild steel and aluminum, especially if you pick up the spool gun with either .024 or .030 solid wires on either machine. The main difference between the two machines will be the amount of power and the length of their duty cycles that each offers. Let’s take a look at how these two machines compare to each other:

The Millermatic 141 MIG Welder

You can dive right into MIG welding with the new Millermatic 141. The auto-set feature helps you land on the right settings without any guess work about shielding gas flow or welding speed. Just input your material thickness and your wire thickness, and it will regulate your speed and gas flow for mild steel. However, if you need to set your parameters while on the job, infinite voltage control helps you make adjustments while on the job.

The smooth-start feature minimizes spatter when you get started, and thermal overload protection keeps your machine from overheating, shutting it down when you’ve reached its upper limits. The quick select drive roll makes it possible to set up either solid wire or flux core wire on your MIG welder.

You’ll max out with 3/16 inch mild steel and 14 ga (1.9 mm) aluminum with this machine since it runs at 120V and the amperage ranges between 30 and 140, with a 20% duty cycle at 90 amps. Of course your limitation in power also means that you can use this welder with any standard plug in your shop or garage, making it highly versatile and ideal for the dedicated hobby welder.

Learn more about the Millermatic 141 MIG Welder.

The Millermatic 211 MIG Welder

You’ll find all of the same features from the 141 in the 211: Auto-set, infinite voltage control, inverter technology, fan on demand, and quick select drive roll. The main different between the two machines is the amount of power delivered by the 211.

With the added power you get when running at 240V, this machine offers an amperage range between 30 and 230. It also weighs a bit less than the 141, coming in at a surprising 38 pounds.

If you have some heavy duty fabricating in your future, paying a little extra for the 211 will ensure that you have plenty of power for both steel and aluminum welding projects.

Learn more about the Millermatic 211 MIG Welder.

Pick the Best Miller MIG Welder for You

You can choose between stand-alone MIG welders or MIG welder and welding cart package deals at Baker’s Gas and Welding. Best yet, most orders over $50 qualify for free UPS ground shipping, so you can get the best deal around for a welder, save a bundle with the rebate program, and still get free shipping. That’s a MIG welding deal that is tough to beat!

Shop Miller’s new MIG Welders Today.

Ed C.


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