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Solutions to Keep You Moving Forward

Your work keeps the world in motion. But you need operational flexibility — and solutions to productivity challenges like a lack of skilled welders who can make high-quality welds. Count on Miller for solutions to your daily challenges. From training systems to advanced technologies — including optimized wire feeding for less downtime and portable, flexible machines that can pulse weld — we’ll keep you going in the right direction.

Transportation Knowledge Center

Lean Manufacturing Techniques Produce Fat Returns for Todd Pacific Shipyards

As part of company's effort to adopt "5s" lean manufacturing principles, Todd Pacific Shipyard took stock of its welding technology and traded older, larger, and inefficient welding equipment for compact, efficient new inverters and wire feeders from Miller Electric Mfg. Co. As a result, it has saved space, energy and rework time.
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Pulsed Welding Aluminum Improves Performance and Results

Looking to improve results when MIG welding aluminum? Switch to pulsed MIG to get better weld quality and reduce downtime.
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Ariens Improves Productivity 25 Percent with Miller PerformArc Welding Cells

Ariens implemented several PerformArc welding automation systems from Miller Electric Mfg. Co., resulting in major productivity gains and a noticeable reduction in downtime and service calls for the company. .
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Translate Welding Benefits into Bottom-Line Dollars to Justify Equipment Acquisition Costs

Learning to speak the "financial language" of those responsible for your company's profits and losses can help you justify the purchase of new welding equipment. Measuring improvement through proven formulas for return on investment (ROI) and payback, as well as documenting potential productivity increases and efficiencies, can go a long way in making new equipment purchases a reality.
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Aluminum Jet Boat Manufacturer Turns to Pulsed MIG to Keep Boat Production at Full Throttle

Smoky Mountain Jet Boats is known as a top-line manufacturer of aluminum jet boats that thrill riders in water as shallow as 4 inches. The boats are made to Coast Guard specs but wouldn't be profitable or even possible without Pulsed MIG welding.
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Training Skilled Welders with a Shortage of Skilled Labor

Two large companies, OEM Fabricators and Delta Air Lines, have examined welding training issues and implemented progressive strategies for serving their long-term welding and training needs.
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12 Tips for Improving Welding Safety

Best welding safety practices and equipment are universally applicable. Welding exposes everyone to similar hazards, whether you're responsible for safety at a large, welding-intensive manufacturing company, a billion dollar engineering-construction firm or a small independent fabricator. Here are 12 tips for improving welding safety in your company, including advice that also improves productivit...
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Goodbye to Burn-Through in Welding: Pulsed Welding Technology Solves Sheet Metal Problems

Learn how pulsed MIG and TIG technology improve first-pass yield rates, lower cycle times and reduce piece costs.
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Oregon Emergency Vehicle Custom Shop Relies on Miller to be Modern and Versatile

H&W Pacific Emergency Vehicle Group was operating older transformer-style welders and knew it needed to modernize. A thorough examination of the welding equipment market led the company to the Invision 352 MPa Plus MIGRunner™ Dual Wire Feeder Package from Miller to serve the future of the company.
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Chandler Equipment Gains Unexpected Benefits from Fume Extractors, Years After Installation

Arkansas-based Chandler Equipment continues to reduce maintenance time and costs with its FILTAIR® centralized fume extractions systems from Miller. Two and a half years have passed since investing in the solution and the company still hasn’t needed to change the filters — plus they continue to experience significant fume reduction.
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Truck Equipment Manufacturer Improves Employee Comfort and Performance with Powered Air Purifying Respirators

A change to Miller® Powered Air Purifying Respirators helped increase comfort and productivity for Reading Truck Body employees.
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