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{{Equipment
 
{{Equipment
 
|owner=Hive13
 
|owner=Hive13
|model=Millermatic 211
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|assetTag=HV0073
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|model=MIL907422
 
|arrived=08/2013
 
|arrived=08/2013
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|Image=Image:HV0073.jpg
 
|doesitwork=Yes
 
|doesitwork=Yes
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|contact=[[Welding Warden]]
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|where=Welding Shop
 
|certification=Yes
 
|certification=Yes
|contact=[[Metalworking Area Warden]]
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|subcat=Welding and Fabrication
|where=3D
 
|Image=File:Millermatic_Welder.jpg
 
|subcat=Metalworking
 
 
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= About the welder =
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=About the welder=
  
The hive currently has a [http://www.millerwelds.com/products/mig/product.php?model=M00245 Millermatic 211 Auto-Set with MVP] welder.  It was purchased during the summer of 2013.
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The hive currently has a [https://www.millerwelds.com/files/owners-manuals/o239988d_mil.pdf Millermatic 211 Auto-Set with MVP] welder.  It was purchased during the summer of 2013.
  
= Users =
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[[Welding safety equipment|Safety equipment for welding]]
The MIG Welder is only available to Hive13 members who have been certified on its use & care. To become certified, follow the steps below.
 
  
Only the following people are certified and permitted to use and certify you on the welder:
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=Users=
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The MIG Welder is only available to Hive13 members who have been certified on its use.  Please contact Kevin McLeod to get certified.
  
* Ian Wilson
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The following people are certified and permitted to use and certify you on the welder:
* Jon Neal
 
* Chris Hodapp
 
* Mike Horwath
 
* Tiffany Bell-Horwath
 
* Dave B
 
* Nancy
 
* Dave Lear
 
* Jim Dallam
 
* Will Bauer
 
* Greg Arnold
 
* Ryan Hershey
 
  
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*Ian Wilson
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*Jon Neal
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*Chris Hodapp
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*Dave Blundell
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*Nancy Graven
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*Dave Lear
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*Jim Dallam
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*Will Bauer
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*Ryan Hershey
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*Kevin McLeod
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*Dave Schwinn (2020-08-20)
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*Kate Cook (2020-08-20)
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*Gautam Saaraswath (2020-08-27)
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*Tim Yelvington (2020-08-27)
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*John Osterman (2020-08-27)
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*Brad Walsh (2020-08-27)
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*Dave Velzy (2020-09-03)
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*Chris Davis (2020-09-03)
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*Christopher McKenzie (2020-09-03)
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*Todd Fegelman (2020-09-10)
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*Robin Hallett (2020-09-10)
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*Brook Schray (2020-09-10)
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*Rick Norris (2020-09-17)
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*Stacey Norris (2020-09-17)
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*John Clark (2020-09-17)
  
= Certification Process =
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=Certification Process=
  
 
Step 1) Watch these videos prior to requesting use of the welder:
 
Step 1) Watch these videos prior to requesting use of the welder:
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== Safety Rules ==
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==Safety Rules==
  
* Do not use the welder if you have not had proper training.
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*Do not use the welder if you have not had proper training.
* Never use the welder without a second person present to act as a fire watch.
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*Never use the welder without a second person present to act as a fire watch. [Is this still a requirement?]
* After using the welder, stay at the Hive for at least an hour to be sure that nothing is smoldering.
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*After using the welder:
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**Stay at the Hive for at least an hour to be sure that nothing is smoldering.
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**Sweep / vacuum floor debris at least around the area you were welding
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**Double check that all gas supplies are fully shut off
  
== How to change the spool ==
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==How to change the spool==
  
 
*http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjwQnsoJ4ms
 
*http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjwQnsoJ4ms
  
== Care and Feeding ==
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==Care and Feeding==
  
 
The welder itself is very low maintenance. (outside of tips, collets and consumables) According to Miller, the welder we have is an IGBT based design and is pretty much a hoss.  It is also the series of welder that is their primary product line at this point.  The main weakness that they mentioned was metal dust building up inside the case in "very harsh environments, like places with half an inch of aluminum dust on the floor."  Regardless, they recommended opening the thing up and blowing it out with shop air once a year or so.  If you happen to perform such maintenance, send a message to the google group or otherwise communicate with your fellow Hive members to let them know.
 
The welder itself is very low maintenance. (outside of tips, collets and consumables) According to Miller, the welder we have is an IGBT based design and is pretty much a hoss.  It is also the series of welder that is their primary product line at this point.  The main weakness that they mentioned was metal dust building up inside the case in "very harsh environments, like places with half an inch of aluminum dust on the floor."  Regardless, they recommended opening the thing up and blowing it out with shop air once a year or so.  If you happen to perform such maintenance, send a message to the google group or otherwise communicate with your fellow Hive members to let them know.
  
 
{{Consumables}}
 
{{Consumables}}

Latest revision as of 14:46, 3 July 2021


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HV0073.jpg
Owner/Loaner: Hive13
Hive13 Asset Tag: HV0073
Make/Model: MIL907422 (google)
Arrival Date: 08/2013
Does it work?: Yes
Certification Needed?: Yes
Contact: Welding Warden
Floorplan: Welding Shop
Millermatic_211_Mig_Welder.png



About the welder

The hive currently has a Millermatic 211 Auto-Set with MVP welder. It was purchased during the summer of 2013.

Safety equipment for welding

Users

The MIG Welder is only available to Hive13 members who have been certified on its use. Please contact Kevin McLeod to get certified.

The following people are certified and permitted to use and certify you on the welder:

  • Ian Wilson
  • Jon Neal
  • Chris Hodapp
  • Dave Blundell
  • Nancy Graven
  • Dave Lear
  • Jim Dallam
  • Will Bauer
  • Ryan Hershey
  • Kevin McLeod
  • Dave Schwinn (2020-08-20)
  • Kate Cook (2020-08-20)
  • Gautam Saaraswath (2020-08-27)
  • Tim Yelvington (2020-08-27)
  • John Osterman (2020-08-27)
  • Brad Walsh (2020-08-27)
  • Dave Velzy (2020-09-03)
  • Chris Davis (2020-09-03)
  • Christopher McKenzie (2020-09-03)
  • Todd Fegelman (2020-09-10)
  • Robin Hallett (2020-09-10)
  • Brook Schray (2020-09-10)
  • Rick Norris (2020-09-17)
  • Stacey Norris (2020-09-17)
  • John Clark (2020-09-17)

Certification Process

Step 1) Watch these videos prior to requesting use of the welder:

2) Request hands on training from a person already certified

3) Hands on training

   a) demonstrate competency to safely turn on and off welder (also attach tips/outlet plugs etc)
   b) demonstrate competency welding bar onto existing certification bars (both tack and finishing welds)
  

Safety Rules

  • Do not use the welder if you have not had proper training.
  • Never use the welder without a second person present to act as a fire watch. [Is this still a requirement?]
  • After using the welder:
    • Stay at the Hive for at least an hour to be sure that nothing is smoldering.
    • Sweep / vacuum floor debris at least around the area you were welding
    • Double check that all gas supplies are fully shut off

How to change the spool

Care and Feeding

The welder itself is very low maintenance. (outside of tips, collets and consumables) According to Miller, the welder we have is an IGBT based design and is pretty much a hoss. It is also the series of welder that is their primary product line at this point. The main weakness that they mentioned was metal dust building up inside the case in "very harsh environments, like places with half an inch of aluminum dust on the floor." Regardless, they recommended opening the thing up and blowing it out with shop air once a year or so. If you happen to perform such maintenance, send a message to the google group or otherwise communicate with your fellow Hive members to let them know.

Consumables

Consumables page for Millermatic 211 Mig Welder
  • Gas
    • 75/25% Argon/CO2
  • Wire
    • ER70S
      • .035" (most common)
      • .023"
    • Stainless (not yet in inventory as of 6/22/19)
      • .035