Inverter Welders

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Take a look at how this Wisconsin fabricator uses the portable all-in-one Multimatic 200 multiprocess power source from Miller Electric to gain versatility and increase their welding productivity by 25 to 30 percent on field repair and fabrication jobs.
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Inverter Welders: Articles

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Inverter Welders: Products

Inverter Machines Ideal for Welding Thin Aluminum Material

Heliarc offers easy-to-control arc heat input for high quality welds and a pulse currentfor lower heat dissipation, better control of the weld pool, and less plate deformation. DC pulsing, with square wave, cuts current peaks and provides symmetric power, a stable arc, and perfect interfusion between base and filler material. AC pulsing up to 2 Hz makes this machine ideal for welding thin aluminum material.
Heliarc 281i, 283i and 353i TIG machines from ESAB deliver increased energy efficiency and superior functionality in a package that is lighter, smaller, and less expensive than old technology SCR machines.

CRC-Evans Introduces New Welding System

The welding system is multi-process, digital and analog welding power-supply-capable. 
CRC-Evans introduced its new M-400 Welding System, which reduces the overall weight by 25 percent.

Advanced Welding System Expands Capabilities for Manufacturers

The Power Wave® Advanced Module increases flexibility for manufacturers by expanding their welding capabilities. The module has alternating current (AC) welding capability to run aluminum processes.
The Power Wave® Advanced Module from Lincoln Electric performs shielded metal arc, MIG, pulsed MIG, TIG and Surface Tension Transfer® welding that can help weld open root gaps with high frequency inverter technology.