All In One Welder Miller Multimatic 215 Video Review
As a shop owner, who wants to have three machines laying around, if you don't have to. The Miller Multimatic 215 multiprocess welder allows you to complete the tasks of a MIG, TIG and Stick welder.
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If you think you want to try your hand at welding, then you need to think hard about the all in one welder Miller Multimatic 215 multiprocess welder. For less than $2,000, you get a unit that can MIG, TIG and Stick (Arc) weld. In addition to being a multiprocess welder, the Miller Multimatic 215 also sets the best parameters for the user.
All In One Welder – Miller Multimatic 215 Features
Without reading a manual, anyone that has any familiarity around welders can setup the Multimatic 215 all in one welder in less than 5 minutes. With the automated LED panel, the operator trims out their wire-feed speed and voltage, hence creating the perfect MIG weld. Just select the process (MIG, TIG, or Stick), wire size (MIG), and metal thickness. The Miller Multimatic 215 takes it from here.
We were impressed with the quality of weld we ran, just straight out of the box, using the Multimatic suggested settings. A little tweaking for personal preferences, and the MIG bead was settling in very nice. For ease of transition from MIG to TIG, there are two separate Gas inputs on the rear of the Multimatic 215. The user can have their 75/25 (Argon/Co2) and the 100% Argon hooked up at the same time. With the TIG torch set, Miller includes an additional regulator as well, for Argon hookup.
The Miller all in one welder fits the beginner or novice very well. Depending on the work being performed, it may even fit the pro. We could see a bodyshop or mechanic using this as their sole machine. True fabricators are going stick with better single process machines.
Miller Multimatic 215 All In One Welder Specifications
- Title: Multimatic 215 Multiprocess Welder
- Industries Interests: DIY/Home Hobbyist, Farm and Ranch, Metal Art / Sculptures, Racing / Customizing / Restoring
- Weldable Metals: Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminum
- Voltage: 110/115/120 V and 220/230/240 V
- Input Phase: 1-Phase
- Input Hz: 50 / 60 Hz
- Current Type: DC
- Max Open Circuit Voltage: 58 VDC
- Wire Feed Speed: 1.5 m/min – 15.2 m/min (60 IPM – 600 IPM)
- Width: 11.25 in
- Height: 12.5 in
- Length: 20.5 in
- Weight: 38 lbs
- Warranty: Miller’s True Blue Warranty
- Portability: Handle(s)
- Weld Output: CC / CV
We have no problem recommending the Miller Multimatic 215 for anyone in the market for a multiprocess unit, or for their first welder. For less than $1,500 you can get the Multimatic 215 with MIG and Stick. To get the TIG torch setup included, the system costs somewhere in the $1,800 range. Miller covers the Multimatic 215 with their TrueBlue warranty. This basically covers diodes and main power rectifiers for 5 years parts and 3 years labor.
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