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Miller Syncrowave 210 TIG/MIG Spoolmate 150 Package #951684
The Miller Syncrowave 210 #951684 is an affordably priced and incredibly versatile TIG welding machine suitable for both personal use and light industrial applications. An easy-to-use interface makes it great for hobbyists and tech schools, but this isn’t an underpowered “learners” machine. There’s plenty of power and versatility for advanced users and the front panel memory card data port makes it easy to upgrade software and expand its capabilities.
Many multiprocess units don't have the ability to TIG weld aluminum. The Syncrowave 210 has AC TIG capability, and with the included Spoolmate 150 accessory you can MIG weld to fill gaps or boost your travel speed. Additionally, the 5 Amp TIG capability lets you weld thinner materials than other comparably sized welding machines.
Multi-Voltage Plug Lets You Connect to 120 or 240 V Power
With Miller's Auto-Line technology and Multi-Voltage Plug (MVO), you can connect this machine to common 120 or 240 V outlets without any special tools. Just choose the plug that fits the receptacle and plug it in.
Pro-Set Takes the Guesswork Out of Setting Up for TIG Welding
Miller's Pro-Set feature makes it easy and quick to set up weld parameters for TIG welding. The AC Balance provides adjustable oxide removal for high-quality aluminum welds, and the Pulse Capability adjusts pulses from 0 to 150 pulses per second for increased puddle agitation, arc stability, and travel speeds while reducing heat input and distortion.
Fan-on-Demand Extends Service Life
Miller's Fan-on-Demand feature reduces the amount of contaminants pulled through the machine to help it last longer. The fan only runs when needed, up to 36% less than units with continuous running fans.
Built-in Running Gear
There's no need to buy a cart to transport the Syncrowave 210. An EZ-Change low cylinder rack and built-in storage space help you keep your accessories organized and make transport easy.
- TIG (GTAW) DC
- TIG (GTAW) AC
- Pulsed TIG (GTAW-P) AC
- Pulsed TIG (GTAW-P) DC
- Stick (SMAW) DC
- Aluminum Welding
- In-Plant Maintenance and Repair
- Motorsports (car, truck, bike, etc.)
- Welding Projects
- Syncrowave® 210
- 10 ft. (3 m) primary cord with MVP™ plugs for 120 V (219261) and 240 V (219258)
- 12 ft. (3.8 m) Weldcraft™ A-150 TIG torch with Dinse style connector
- 12 ft. (3.8 m) work cable with clamp and Dinse style connector
- 12 ft. (3.8 m) stick electrode holder with Dinse style connector
- RFCS-14 HD remote foot control
- Regulator/flow gauge and gas hose
- Quick Reference Guide
- 4-Pin to 14-pin connector
- Spoolmate™ 150 Series spool gun (#301 272)
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Miller Synchrowave 210 #951684 Complete Specifications:
|Input Voltage Range||120–240 V, 1-phase,|
|Amperage Range||5–210 A|
|Maximum Open Current Voltage||47 VDC|
|Processes||AC/DC TIG (GTAW)
DC stick (SMAW)
Pulsed TIG (GTAW-P)
|Light Industrial Applications||Light metal fabrication
|Net Width||18.5 in. (470 mm)|
|Net Height||31.5 in. (800 mm)|
|Net Length||43 in. (1092 mm)|
|Net Weight||139.5 lb. (63 kg)|
|115 V||230 V|
|Welding Amperage Range||DC TIG: 5–125 A
DC TIG: 5–125 A
DC Stick: 20–90 A
|DC TIG: 5–210 A
DC TIG: 5–210 A
DC Stick: 20–150 A
|Rated Output (R.M.S.)||DC TIG: 95 A at 13.8 V, 60% duty cycle
DC TIG: 90 A at 13.6 V, 60% duty cycle
DC Stick: 70 A at 22.8 V, 60% duty cycle
|DC TIG: 125 A at 15 V, 60% duty cycle
DC TIG: 114 A at 14.6 V, 60% duty cycle
DC Stick: 90 A at 23.6 V, 60% duty cycle
|Amps Input at Rated Output (While Idling)||DC TIG: 17.4 (.58)
DC TIG: 12.4 (.58)
DC Stick: 20.5 (.58)
|DC TIG: 11.9 (.35)
DC TIG: 8.62 (.35)
DC Stick: 11.9 (.35)
|TIG (GTAW)||Stick (SMAW)||Spool Gun (GMAW)|
|Duty Cycle||210 A, 20%
125 A, 60%
95 A, 100%
|150 A, 20%
90 A, 60%
60 A, 100%
|170 A, 20%
100 A, 60%
75 A, 100%
|Material Thickness Range (TIG, Spool Gun) / Stick Electrode Maximum Diameter (Stick||.020–1/4 in.||6010: 5/32 in.
6013: 1/8 in.
7018: 1/8 in.
7024: 3/32 in.
|24 ga.–3/8 in|
|Warranty||Miller's True Blue Warranty|
|Weight:||165 Lb(s) 0 Oz|
Product Questions and Answers
How to stick weld:
- Clean workpiece.
Make sure workpiece is clena before welding.
- Prepare to weld.
Place as close to the weld as possible.
- Insert electrode.
Before striking an arc, insert an electrode in the electrode holder. A small diameter electrode requires less curretn than a large one. Follow manufacturer recommendations.
- Arc length.
Arc length is the distance from the electrode to the workpiece. Correct arc length is related to electrode diameter. Examine the weld bead to determine if the arc length is correct.
- Remove slag.
Use a chipping hammer nad wire brush to remove slag. Remove slag and check weld bead before making another weld pass.