Miller makes some good stick welders. Stick is the most basic welding
process, offers the easiest option for joining steel and other metals. Stick
welding power sources deliver inexpensive options for welding versatility,
portability and reliability. Stick joins metals when an arc is struck between
the electrode and the work piece.
Miller Arc welders: Stick
Some stick welder models include the CST-280, a durable yet lightweight
Stick/TIG welding power source designed for construction industry. 280 amps of
output is ideal for stick electrodes up to 3/16 in and TIG welding pipe and
The Gold Star 302 is prevalent in industries from steel erection to
shipbuilding, from foundries to refineries, the Gold Star Series from Miller is
known by welders the world over for rugged, reliable performance and superior
The portable MAXSTAR 150 S is a best-of-class - provides maximum portability
and performance in most compact Stick package in the industry. Packs
dependability and performance all in one machine.
MIG and flux cored welding offer advantages over other welding processes,
especially for the novice. With these two processes, the welding machine creates
an arc between the work piece (what you want to weld) and a continuously
consumable electrode (the "wire" in these wire welding processes). The operator
need only focus on directing the MIG gun at the joint and proper motion.
MILLERMATIC DVI, the Millermatic DVI (Dual Voltage Input) is the first
Millermatic that easily plugs into either 115 or 230 Volt power. Six taps
provide welding range of 30 - 175 Amps with superior performance throughout its
operating range. Welds materials from 22 gauge up to 3/8 in on 230 V power, and
22 gauge up to 3/16 in on 115 V power. M-10 MIG gun features durable on-piece
handle, unicable outer jacket, and is trigger rated for one million cycles.
Miller bills itself as the undisputed tig leader. The TIG process lets you
weld thinner material than other processes. If you want to solve problems
related to burn-through or warping when Stick or wire welding, TIG might be the
solution. TIG also provides excellent fusion. While it's hard to learn, takes a
lot of skill and is slow, the quality of a TIG weld bead meets the needs of
aerospace, power piping and other critical applications.