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MIG Welder, Handheld, 120/230VAC

4.9 out of 5 stars 25 customer reviews
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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Miller Electric
Part Number 907422
Number of Items 1
UPC 715959412322
EAN 0715959412322
Item Weight 87 pounds
Mount Type mig-welding
UNSPSC Code 23271400
Voltage 151.00  Volts

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Product Features

  • Infinite voltage control gives you the flexibility to manually set the machine
  • Welds thickest material in its class
  • Welded material: mild steel, aluminum and stainless steel
  • Smooth-Start patented technology provides a smooth, spatter-free start

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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 87 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 89 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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  • ASIN: B002RXO1SA
  • Item model number: 907422
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (25 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #101,969 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Product Description

MIG welder series: millermatic 211, welding processes: MIG/flux core, input voltage: 120/230VAC, welded material: mild steel, aluminum and stainless steel, material thickness mild steel: 24 ga. to 3/8", portability: handheld portable.

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I wanted a welder to improve and compliment the capabilities on the farm. Repairs and fabrication on many different things. Been using a Miller Bobcat stick welder for the past 20+ years. Heavily researched for the best machine to meet my needs. The Millermatic 211 is so easy to use, fast, smooth and clean. Using gas shielding solid wire. Autoset feature works well and I am amazed at the quality of the welds on thin, thin to thick and thick welds with little prep work. Have welded rusty sheet metal I would have thought been impossible. Great home/shop/farm welder. MIG gun is only 10' but is easily portable so not an issue yet. It's not the welder I would pick to build a bridge across the Tennessee river, but big enough for some serious structural welding. Might need a longer gun at some point. I have purchased the spoolgun and extra argon cylinder for aluminum. The gas cylinders, cart, consumables and accessories cost almost as much as the welder and found the best deal at a local welding supply business.

The Millermatic 211 with Autoset is an excellent welder, best in it's class and only costs <10% more than it's closest competition. Easy to use with good instructions and guides from Miller. Parts and consumables for Miller/Hobart are easily found at Amazon, Lowes, Home Depot, TSC and even Walmart. This is a great entry welder for the beginner and has great flexibility and features for a professional.

Update Feb 2013: Now have run >40#'s of MIG wire through the machine and wish I could give it a higher rating! Still using the original 10' gun. Love the autoset feature. Easy and very inexpensive to maintain. Cost per weld cheaper than my old stick welder and so much cleaner and easier. It's like using a glue gun. Easy to teach newbies how to make good welds. Has paid for itself many times and is fun to use. Great welder and highly recommended.
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I recently purchased a Millermatic 211 Autoset welder and really love it. I also got the 100 Series Spoolgun. I couldn't get a better machine to fit my needs.

First of all, I have done lots of metal fabrication in the past. At the time, I used a full size wire feed welder. That welder had a 100% duty cycle, big Tweco gun and would weld and weld and weld. The 211 will do almost as much.

The 211 is a LOT smaller, but capable of 210 amps at full load. I have a spoolgun and weld aluminum as well. Yes, the duty cycle is a lot less, but it fits perfectly in a corner of my garage and is portable. It was easy to set up and does a great job of welding.

If you are not going to push the upper limits of welding thickness like I will, a Millermatic 180 would work just fine as well.

If this were an everyday welder, like what I have done in the past, I'd probably give it 3 stars. As an occasional welder I would give it at least 5 stars!
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I have used several cheap wire feeds in the past with absolutely zero luck. I went the cheap route on two others, always in a pinch when I needed a tack weld or a little repair. Needless to say, I was less than impressed with my welding ability - every project looked like it had been dropped on transformer lugs from 8o feet. Burned, crooked...nasty.

Ahh, now I've purchased the Miller. I had heard nothing but good reviews on the 211, so I ponied up the cash and purchased one for several projects - a trailer and a rototiller that I'm restoring. I was absolutely STUNNED at the ease and quality of this process. The welds are clean, professional-looking, and most of all, EASY! I'm NOT A WELDER, and this 211 made me look like one.

I tested some pieces, and thought, "I'll be damned. That looks NICE!" but assumed it was beginner's luck. I simply dialed in the material thickness and pulled the trigger. That was it. Nothing to it. All the test pieces held up very well to bending - the weld didn't break before the metal bent. On the finished project, there is no spatter, very little cleanup, and a clean, smooth, straight line. I started grinding off and re-welding several things done by a "professional" welder on my Jeep in a welding shop. I wish you could see the before/after pictures - mine look...perfect! His look like what I thought welds were supposed to look like. Mine were identical except: No pitting, straight, clean, uniform, no bulges, no spatter...

So, it's safe to say that I'm no welder, running this even on 120 with 1/4" steel and the included .035 wire and argon/CO2 mix was SIMPLE. Even for a non-welder like me. Spot welds, 90s, butt welds - all have turned out perfectly.

This will be the welder that will live in my shop forever.
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By jomud on September 28, 2012
I bought the Miller 211 welder about 3 years ago, because I wanted to build my own patio fencing, railings, etc. For the long term I was not planning to buy a welder because if I were to buy one I wanted one that would run on 220v. When I seen this model could run thicker metals at 220v, or thinner metals at 110v I starting to think I should buy it. I was concerned that the automatic wire feed business was a gimick that I would never use. However, since you are able to turn it off, I bought the welder. I thought I would try the automatic settings and give it a try anyway (although I was sure it would be totally bogus). After not having welded for 18 years or so, I did my first weld. It turned out very good! I have since done a lot of welding making railings, art, furniture, etc and I am really pleased with this machine. I have only ever turned off the automatic settings when I needed to weld drastically different cross section thickness together. Honestly, I am not so sure my settings worked better than the auto settings... My typical welding is done with 18 - 14 gauge steel tubing, up to 3/16 flats. I have welded up to 1/4" thick and as thin as 24 gauge steel. I have only used 110v power welding steel so far. I am very happy with this welder.
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