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Axcess E Systems
Issued Feb. 2010 • Index No. DC/8.05
Digital Semi-Automatic
MIG Welding Systems
With Insight Weld Data Monitoring System
Construction Equipment
Automotive Components
Recreational Vehicles
Farm Machinery
Office Furniture
Mining Machinery
Rated Output
Accu-Pulse® MIG (GMAW-P)
Accu-Curve™ MIG (GMAW-P)
Pulsed MIG (GMAW-P)
Metal Core
Carbon Arc Gouging (CAC-A)
can also be activated
Voltage Range 10 – 44 V
Auxiliary Power 120 VAC, 10 A Duplex
Net Weight
300: 129 lb (58.5 kg)
300: 300 A at 32 VDC, 60% Duty Cycle
(225 A at 29 VDC, 100% Duty Cycle)
450: 450 A at 36.5 VDC, 100% Duty Cycle
450: 176 lb (79.8 kg)
The Power of Blue .
Field Upgrade Module
Flexible, Expandable and Upgradeable
Multi-MIG capable welding systems are precise,
digitally controlled and software-driven.
For additional information see page 6.
Update a standard Axcess power
source by installing an Axcess E
Field Upgrade Module (see page 10).
Axcess E digital control
technology combined with
an inverter welding power
source is designed to
reduce the complexity of
a semi-automatic Pulsed
MIG welding system,
simplify installation, and
provide superior welding
Configure the Axcess E
via convenient web pages
using virtually any web
browser (see page 2).
Insight weld data
monitoring system
provides comprehensive
feedback on welding
activity and productivity
(see pages 3 and 4).
Look for high-speed video clips
of Accu-Pulse®, Accu-Curve™,
and Front Panel Simulator at
Axcess E 450 shown with
Axcess E feeder
Axcess E 300 shown with
Axcess E feeder
Axcess E four-drive-roll wire drive
feeder is combined with an operator
interface, leaving no controls back at the
power source. Provides positive feeding
for the appropriate preprogrammed
wire diameters from 50 –1400 IPM,
and operates from 40 VDC supplied by
Axcess power source.
Power source is warranted for 3 years, parts and labor.
Miller Electric Mfg. Co.
Equipment Sales US and Canada
Web Site
An Illinois Tool Works Company
1635 West Spencer Street
Appleton, WI 54914 USA
Phone: 866-931-9730
FAX: 800-637-2315
International Phone: 920-735-4554
International FAX: 920-735-4125
Interface with Axcess E Via Web Pages
With a browser and access to the company’s
factory network, authorized employees
can interface with the Axcess E to change
configurations, check settings, define programs,
update firmware, monitor basic functions,
troubleshoot the system, and much, much more.
In addition, with external access to the factory
network, the monitoring can be accomplished
from anywhere in the world, using any
compliant browser. The use of web pages is
easy and intuitive, which means the learning
curve is short.
Web Page Examples
Home Page
Provides quick access to all Axcess E information and set-up screens.
Process Setup Page
Define each of the eight available Axcess E programs.
Weld Sequencer Page
Define each attribute of the weld sequence for each program.
Short Term Weld Data Page
Get a quick reading of arc time and wire usage since last reset.
Advanced Monitoring Page
Customized view of critical machine information.
Weld Diagnostics Page
Determine the status of internal component performance.
Insight Weld Process Management System
Don’t just monitor production data, use Insight
to provide the information that will create the
knowledge you need to improve your welding operation on many levels. When combined with the
power of Ethernet connectivity, Miller’s Axcess E
with Insight provides a comprehensive welding
information system. Insight is embedded into
the operating system of the Axcess E, eliminating the need for external monitoring devices.
Simply stated, the Axcess E with Insight provides
valuable information that can be used to reduce
cost, increase productivity, and enhance quality.
Axcess® E with Insight Centerpoint™
• Streamlines operator training
• Helps the operator apply welds in the
correct sequence
• Detects missing or incomplete welds
• Detects under and over welding
• Identifies and addresses recurring quality issues
• Monitors system information and trends to
prompt preventative maintenance
• Monitors various welding inputs/outputs to
ensure process conformance
• Provides Weld Signatures™ with detailed
information on welds outside of
predetermined limits
• Provides information on faults
• Provides information on wire consumption
and gas consumption (optional)
• Provides information by time, by part, by
work cell, by shift, and by operator
• Consolidates weld data information for an
entire fleet of Axcess E systems via factory
Ethernet network
Insight Centerpoint Application – View Examples
Administrative View
HMI View for Operator
Weld Signature™* View with Faults Highlighted
Part View with Failures
History View — Parts
History View — Parts, Welds, Downtime
*Part Tracking ™ and Weld Signature™ are registered trademarks of IMPACT Engineering.
Insight Reporter Management Reporting System
Insight Reporter provides the type of enterprise
weld production information that can be used
to drive your business forward. Insight
Reporter provides information via a wide
range of preconfigured process, production,
and management charts and reports. This
information is stored in a SQL server database
which contains data from multiple Axcess E and
Insight Centerpoint™ sources.
There are two primary components to Insight
Reporter: database software and client software.
Any Axcess E networked to a PC running
Insight Centerpoint can feed weld production
process data to the Insight Reporter SQL
database software.
The Insight Reporter client software is offered on a per-seat license and can be run from any PC
on the network with access to the SQL Server. Examples of some of the standard reports include:
Weld Analysis Charts
• Weld summary
• Welds per time
• Sensor averages
• Process features
• Fault types
Part Analysis Charts
• Part summary
• Parts per time
• Part faults per time
• Faults on a
single part
• Weld counts per part
• Parts with
missing welds
• Single part report
Productivity Charts
• Arc-efficiency
• Parts per hour
• Welds per hour
• Downtime analysis
• Cycle time
Costing Analysis
• Wire usage
• Gas usage
• Summary reports
• Available by shift,
day, week, month,
or year
Report Examples
Weekly Summary Report
Weld Count Summary by Hour Report
Downtime Analysis Report
Parts with Missing Welds Report
Control Panels
Front Panel
Rear Panel
USB Connection A (Host)
USB Connection B (Device)
Power Switch
115 VAC, 10 A Duplex Receptacle
Circuit Breakers
Ethernet Connector A
Ethernet Connector B
Network Feeder Connector
9. MWCI Connection (Optional)
10. Wire Feed Speed Sensor Conn. (Optional)
11. Gas Flow Sensor Connection (Optional)
12. DeviceNet Connector (Optional)
Arc Adjust
Axcess E Feeder and
Remote Operator Interface (ROI E)
Arc Ctl
Trigger Control
Trigger Hold
Wire Type
Gas Type
Process Set Up
Feeder Set Up
Voltage/Arc Adjust Display Meter
Program Display
Program # Select
Process Setup Button
Control Knob
Trigger Receptacle
On/Off Switch
Voltage/Arc Adjust Button
Wire Feed Speed/Arc Control Setup Button
Wire Speed/Amperage Display Meter
Feeder Setup Button
Jog/Purge Switch
Dual Schedule — Toggle between two program
pairs (e.g. 1,2 – 3,4 – 5,6 – 7,8).
4T — When trigger is released, output will
operate at different weld parameters.
Trigger Program Select (TPS) — Provides the
ability to “Axcess” any of the Multi-MIG®
processes or any of the eight active programs.
Trigger Dual Schedule (TDS) — When activated
allow selection between predetermined program
pairs (e.g. 1,2 – 3,4 – 5,6 – 7,8).
Trigger Hold (TH) — When activated, allows gun
trigger release and continuous welding until
trigger is pulled again.
Carbon Arc Gouging (CAC-A)— Can be activated.
Sequence (in seconds)
Preflow: 0.1 –10.0 s
Start Power: 0.1 –10.0 s
Crater: 0.1 –10.0 s
Postflow: 0.1 –10.0 s
Arc Adjust — Arc length (Trim)
Arc Control — Arc force or focus (SharpArc®)
Process Selection — Accu-Pulse®,
Accu-Curve™, Pulsed MIG, MIG, Metal Core
Features and Benefits
HARDWARE (Standard)
Miller’s patented technology allows for any input voltage hook-up (190 – 630 V, 50 or 60 Hz) with no manual linking.
Assures rock-solid, consistent output on fluctuating primary lines.
Cooling system operates only when needed. Reduces amount of airborne contaminants pulled through the machine.
Wind Tunnel Technology™
Circulates air over components that require cooling, not over electronic circuitry, which reduces contaminants and
improves reliability in harsh welding environments.
1/4-turn steel connectors
Allow for faster installation of system and eliminates thread stripping.
115 VAC duplex receptacle
Provides 10 amp circuit-breaker-protected auxiliary power regardless of primary power.
Dual removable lifting eyes
For moving with overhead lifts. Removability allows for flat-top feeder or storage on top.
Forklift slots
Slots cut into the frame for forklift transportation.
Small footprint
All models feature a small footprint, designed to minimize floor space requirements.
Flexible feeding options
Several different wire feeding and operator interface options are available and configurable to desired application.
Connections for Ethernet (2)
Interface with any Axcess E either directly or via the factory Ethernet network.
Connections for USB
USB flash drives can be used for executing code updates.
SOFTWARE (Standard)
Multi-MIG® capability
Includes common carbon steel and stainless welding programs, including patented Accu-Pulse® and Accu-Curve ™,
standard or adaptive pulse, conventional MIG and metal core programs using the most popular wire diameters and
gas combinations.
Accu-Pulse® /Accu-Curve ™
MIG processes that deliver precise control of the arc even over tack welds and in tight corners. Provide optimum
molten puddle control for out-of-position welding.
SureStart ™
Provides consistent arc starts by electronically assuring a ball is not left on the wire when welding is stopped. This
provides a predictable condition for the next arc start and combines this with precisely tuned arc starting routines.
Arc Control
Control offers a simple way to tailor factory pulse weld programs by adjusting the arc plasma cone to accommodate
a variety of welding applications without the need for any reprogramming or changing any hardware.
Arc Adjust
Allows a simple method that controls arc length for pulse processes.
Remote/trigger program select
Allows changing weld programs to take advantage of up to 8 programs of Multi-MIG welding process capabilities.
Multi-MIG Process Capability — Through Software-Based Programs
“Axcess®” the ideal welding process for any
weld joint at hand. Whether you need high travel
speed combined with high deposition rates or
require gaps to be filled, any combination of the
available welding processes can be “Axcess”-ed
either at the start of a welding sequence or
Weld Puddle
Standard Spray
anywhere in the weld while actually welding by
using trigger or remote program select.
For a given wire-feed speed, the chart below shows
from left (hottest) to right (coolest) all the possible
arc mode transfer ranges of “Axcess”-able MIG
and pulse processes. This shows compatible
Pulsed Spray
shielding gas combinations such as 90 Ar/10
CO2 (90% Argon and 10% Carbon Dioxide) on
steel using the same wire-feed speed and also
gives an indication of puddle control
characteristics based on arc type selected.
Accu-Pulse® and Accu-Curve™
All Position Performance
Standard Short Circuit
Thin Materials/Gap Filling
Note: To achieve optimum performance, 4/0 welding power secondary cable is recommended and the supplied work-sense lead must be connected as close to arc as possible.
Featured Welding Processes
Note: As new and improved software features are developed, they can be added to existing Axcess E systems for FREE by updating code online
at Code transfer is accomplished via Ethernet or USB connection from a PC/Network or via a USB memory stick
directly into the Axcess E.
Accu-Pulse ®
STANDARD on all Axcess E models
The patented Accu-Pulse process
allows for precise control of the
pulse arc. Accu-Pulse provides
optimum molten puddle control
and has power to increase wire
feed speeds and deposition
20 to 25% in many applications.
In most cases, slightly different
ratios of gas mixtures will
perform well using a similar
program and adjusting arc length
or the appropriate arc control for
the selected process. Contact
Miller for more information on
less common materials and gas
(CV Peak/Background)
Taught Peak Voltage
Taught Background
Fixed current beginning points
CC Ramps
CV Peak CV Background CV Peak
CV Background
Benefits (Compared to conventional pulse)
Shorter arc lengths possible
Better puddle control
More tolerant of contact tip to work variation
Less audible noise
No arc wandering in tight corners
Narrow arc plasma column
Allows weld to fill in at toes increasing
travel speed and deposition
More tolerant of poor fit up and gaps
(compared to standard pulse)
Ideal for robot seam tracking applications
STANDARD on all Axcess E models (see note below)
Accu-Curve is a variation of the Accu-Pulse
process. The transitions from peaks to
background voltage are “curved”. The curved
transitions provide a “softer” feel without
sacrificing the tight arc lengths that allow for
better puddle control and have become the
hallmark of the Accu-Pulse process.
“Softer” feel than Accu-Pulse
Maintains tight arc lengths
Maintains better puddle control
Typical Installations
(Semi-Automatic Pulsed MIG or Conventional MIG)
The Axcess E platform is designed to provide multiple wire feeding configurations suited to the unique needs of modern manufacturing applications and
industries. It utilizes many common components to minimize both part and maintenance complexity. All motors operate on 40 VDC provided by the
Axcess E power supply and have a wire feed speed range of 50–1400 inches per minute. A common operator interface is used on all (see page 5).
Standard Installation
A typical bench/sled feeder
installation. For use when
the feeder is placed on the
power supply, a bench or
an optional cart.
Feeder Control
(see page 10)
(see page 10)
(must be ordered
Axcess E Wire Feeder (Drive rolls must be ordered separately.)
Axcess E Power Source
Remote Operator Interface Installation
Allows feeder motor drive
to be placed away from
power supply and operator
interface. Ideal for fixed
automation applications
and updating or replacing
equipment on booms or
other applications where
separate location of power
source, ROI, and wire
drive motor is desirable.
Boom Retrofit
Feeder Control
(see page 10)
(see page 10)
Flexible Mounting
Motor Control
(see page 10)
Axcess E Power Source
(Remote Operator Interface)
AA-40GB Wire Drive Motor Assembly
(Drive rolls must be ordered separately.)
(Subject to change without notice.)
Max. OpenCircuit Voltage
Amps Input at Rated Output, 50/60 Hz, 3-Phase
208 V 230 V 380 V 400 V 460 V 575 V KVA KW
300 A at 32 VDC,
60% Duty Cycle
(225 A at 29 VDC,
100% Duty Cycle)
10 – 44 V
5 – 400 A
80 VDC
11.7 11.2
450 A at 36.5 VDC,
100% Duty Cycle
10 – 44 V
5 – 600 A
80 VDC
19.9 19.2
Rated Output
(must be ordered
21-ft Trigger Control Cable #300 129
1 Power Source Specifications
Feeder Base
#195 369 (see page 10)
300 H: 23 in (584 mm)
450 H: 33 in (838 mm)
W: 17 in (432 mm)
D: 22-1/2 in (572 mm)
129 lb
(58.5 kg)
176 lb
(79.8 kg)
Certified to both the Canadian and U.S. Standards for welding equipment.
2 Wire Feeder Options
Wire feeders do NOT include
drive rolls or required
DeviceNet Interconnecting
Feeder Control Cable. These
must be ordered separately.
Axcess E
Type of
Input Power
40 VDC
(from Axcess)
Axcess E Feeder #300 677
Feeder is designed specifically for Axcess E. Provides single-range control of
50–1400 inches per minute. Digitally communicates with Axcess E power
source via DeviceNet Interconnecting Feeder Control Cable. Includes 50 ft
volt-sense lead.
Connection to Power Source
DeviceNet Interconnecting Feeder
Control Cable — 5, 10, 25, or 50 ft
(Order separately)
Wire Feed
Speed Range*
Wire Diameter
50 –1400 IPM
(1.3 – 35.56 MPM)
.035 – 3/32 in
(0.9 –1.6 mm)
*This is the wire feed speed range while using MIG. With Pulsed MIG, the wire feed speed range may be more limited.
Ship Weight
H: 14-1/2 in (368 mm)
W: 12-1/2 in (318 mm)
D: 27 in (686 mm)
Single Feeder
49 lb (22 kg)
3 ROI (Remote Operator Interface) Options
ROI E does NOT include AA-40GB Wire Drive Motor Assembly, Motor Control Cable or
DeviceNet Interconnecting Feeder Control Cable. These must be ordered separately.
MIG gun (required,
order separately).
Pipe post NOT included.
Must be ordered separately.
• 4 ft Pipe Post with
18 in Base #149 838
• 6 ft Pipe Post with
18 in Base #149 839
ROI E #300 726
The ROI E allows the Axcess E power supply,
wire drive motor assembly and remote operator
interface (ROI) to be located in three separate
places. This is desirable for mounting to custom
jibs, booms or other extended-reach applications.
Since an ROI system can incorporate separate
components providing the most flexibility for
custom applications, it’s an ideal way to obtain
the many benefits of the Axcess E while retaining
an existing boom or other structural asset.
DeviceNet Interconnecting
Cable NOT included
(required, order separately).
Note: For non-Miller boom and jib mounting, see
ROI E installation diagram on page 8 and select
desired cable lengths.
Axcess® E ROI
Swingarc™ Boom-Mounted
Wire Feeders
#300 727
8 ft (2.4 m) Single-Wire
#300 728
12 ft (3.7 m) Single-Wire
#300 729
16 ft (4.9 m) Single-Wire
Swingarc boom-mounted
semiautomatic wire feeders
bring an extra dimension of flexibility and efficiency
to high-production MIG welding stations. You get an
effective solution that maximizes output, especially when
dealing with large weldments and hard-to-reach places.
21-ft Trigger Control Cable #300 129
Required when retrofitting non-Miller booms with an
ROI option.
Type of Input Power
Connection to Motor
Connection to Power Source
Ship Weight
Supplied from power
source — 40 VDC (motor),
24 VDC (interface)
Motor Control Cable—
20, 30, or 50 ft
(Order separately)
DeviceNet Interconnecting Feeder
Control Cable — 5, 10, 25, or 50 ft
(Order separately)
H: 13 in (330 mm)
W: 7 in (178 mm)
D: 7 in (178 mm)
12 lb (5.4 kg)
4 Wire Drive Motor Assembly Options
(To be used with Remote Operator Interface.)
Wire drive motor assemblies do NOT include drive rolls or required Motor Control Cable. These must be ordered separately.
Note: Left- and right-hand drives are determined by facing the wire feed gun outlet.
AA-40GB Wire Drive Motor Assembly
#195 426 Left-Hand Drive
#195 515 Right-Hand Drive
The AA-40GB Wire Drive Motor Assembly with
OCP (Over Current Protection) is an improved
version of the AA-40G. The motor control cable
now mounts directly to the gas box, reducing
strain on the tachometer wires. OCP provides
another layer of protection in the event a cable
is damaged or shorted, reducing downtime
and motor damage. Motors include a 50 ft
volt-sense lead.
Gas Valve
Type of Input
Connection to ROI E
Wire Feed
Speed Range*
Wire Diameter
Included and
40 VDC
(from Axcess E)
Motor Control Cable—
20, 30, or 50 ft (Order separately)
50 –1400 IPM
(1.3 – 35.56 MPM)
.035 – 3/32 in
(0.9 –1.6 mm)
H: 8 in (203 mm)
W: 12 in (305 mm)
D: 10 in (254 mm)
23 lb
(10.4 kg)
*This is the wire feed speed range while using MIG. With Pulsed MIG, the wire feed speed range may be more limited.
Genuine Miller Accessories
Volt-Sense Work Cable, 50 ft #208 810
Replacement cable. One cable supplied with
every feeder or drive motor.
Axcess® E Field Upgrade Module
#300 641 Field
Upgrade your investment in standard Axcess
equipment. Standard Axcess power sources
can be upgraded to Axcess E systems with the
addition of the Axcess E field upgrade module.
This module comes with everything you need for
Ethernet Network Connection Cables
#300 734 9.8 ft (3 m)
#300 735 16.4 ft (5 m)
#300 736 32.8 ft (10 m)
Industrial-grade 360˚ shielded Cat 5 Ethernet
cable with conventional RJ45 overmoulded
4-pole connector on one end to connect to
factory network, and industrial M12 overmoulded
connector on the other end to attach to Axcess E
power source. Cable supports 10/100 Mbitsper-second transmission rate.
DeviceNet Interconnecting Feeder
Control Cables
#195 240 5 ft (1.5 m)
#195 241 10 ft (3 m)
#195 242 25 ft (7.6 m)
#195 243 50 ft (15.2 m)
These specially designed EMI (Electrical Magnetic
Interference) protected and shielded feeder
control cables are required, but not included
with Axcess feeders or ROI. Determine length
needed and order separately.
Reel Covers #058 256
For 60 lb (27 kg) coil. Helps to protect the welding
wire from dust and other contaminants.
Industrial MIG 4/0 Kit #300 390
Consists of Smith® regulator/flowmeter with
10 ft (3 m) gas hose, 10 ft (3 m). 4/0 feeder
weld cable with lugs, and 15 ft (4.6 m) work
cable with 600-amp C-clamp.
Axcess® E Feeder
Base and Spool
Support #195 369
Sheet metal
construction. Allows
mounting of AA-40GB
motor (if desired) when
using ROI option.
MIGRunner™ XL Cart #195 246
Fits Axcess E 300 and 450 models.
Dimensions: 46-1/2" H x 42" W x 35" D. Wide
cart with motorcycle-type handle grips. Holds
two large gas cylinders and Coolmate™ 3 (when
power source is mounted with face toward
handles) for water-cooled torches. Power supply
can be mounted in several directions while the
feeder can be mounted on the top tray.
Spindle Support
#092 989
Turntable Assembly #146 236
Allows rotation of the feeder as the operator
changes work positions. Reduces strain and
bending on the gun cable.
Wire Straightener
#141 580
For .035 –.045 in (0.9 –1.1 mm) diameter wire.
#141 581
For 1/16 –1/8 in (1.6 – 3.2 mm) diameter wire.
Helps reduce the cast in wire to improve wire
feeding performance and increase the service
life of the gun liner and contact tip.
Dual Schedule Switches
#079 693
A 15 ft,
trigger switch which attaches to the gun handle
and is used in place of the standard trigger for
dual scheduling.
Running Gear Cylinder Rack #300 408
Fits Axcess E 300 and 450 models. Holds two
large gas cylinders and has gun cable hangers
and a consumable drawer in front for easy
access. A convenient handle allows the cart
to be pulled easily through doorways. System
components including power source, singleor dual feeders, and Coolmate™ V3 can be
mounted to the cart and secured.
Hub and Spindle
#072 094
Hub and
Note: Reel and Spool Covers cannot be installed if
the wire drive assembly is in a rotated position.
Hanging Bail (Electrically Isolated)
#058 435
Used for suspending feeder over work area.
Motor Control Cables
#300 259 10 ft (3 m)
#300 097 20 ft (6.1 m)
#300 096 30 ft (9 m)
#300 098 50 ft (15.2 m)
Includes overmolded connections on high-flex
cables for optimal service life.
Spool Covers
#057 607
Wire Reel Assembly
#108 008
Adapter Cord #157 364
Required for use with DSS-8. 1ft, Y trigger
cable that connects DSS switch and control box
to the gun.
#041 793
A 15 ft,
two-position slide
switch which attaches to the gun handle and
is used to select the desired welding condition
for dual schedule purposes. The gun trigger
operates as a standard trigger.
Genuine Miller Accessories
Coolant Systems
Coolmate™ 3
#043 007 115 VAC
#043 008 230 VAC
For use with water-cooled torches rated up to
600 amps. Unique paddle-wheel indicator,
external filter and easy-fill spout.
For more information, see the Miller Coolant
Systems literature sheet, Index No. AY/7.2.
Coolmate V3
Coolmate™ V3 #043 009 115 VAC
For use with water-cooled torches rated up to
500 amps. Vertical design conveniently mounts
to Miller cylinder rack in place of one cylinder.
Coolmate 4
Coolmate 3
Low Conductivity Coolant #043 810
Sold in cases of four 1-gallon recyclable plastic
bottles. Miller coolants contain a base of
ethylene glycol and deionized water to protect
against freezing to -37˚F (-38˚C) or boiling to
227˚F (108˚C). Also contains a compound that
resists algae growth.
Coolmate™ 4 #042 288 115 VAC
For use with water-cooled torches rated up to
600 amps. Tough molded polyethylene case
with carrying handle.
Drive Roll Kits and Guides
(Order from Miller Service Parts.)
Drive Roll Kits
Select drive roll kits from chart below according to type and wire size being used.
Drive roll kits include 4 drive rolls, the necessary guides and feature an anti-wear sleeve for inlet guide.
“V” groove
for hard wire
“U” groove for soft
wire or soft-shelled
cored wires
“V” knurled for
cored wires
“U” cogged for
extremely soft wire or
soft-shelled cored wires
(i.e., hard facing types)
#243 233
#151 052
#151 053
#151 054
#151 055
#151 056
#151 057
#151 058
#151 059
#151 060**
#151 070
#151 071
#151 072
#151 073
#151 074
#151 075
#151 076**
Wire Size
.023/.025 in (0.6 mm)
.030 in (0.8 mm)
.035 in (0.9 mm)
.040 in (1.0 mm)
.045 in (1.1/1.2 mm)
.052 in (1.3/1.4 mm)
1/16 in (1.6 mm)
.068/.072 in (1.8 mm)
5/64 in (2.0 mm)
3/32 in (2.4 mm)
7/64 in (2.8 mm)
1/8 in (3.2 mm)
#151 024
#151 025
#151 026
#161 190
#151 027
#151 028
#151 029
*Accommodates .045 and .047 (3/64 in) wire.
#243 234*
#151 038
#243 235
#151 040
#151 041
#151 042
#151 043**
Wire Guides
Wire Size
.023 – .040 in
(0.6 –1.0 mm)
.045 – .052 in
(1.1 –1.4 mm)
1/16 – 5/64 in
(1.6 – 2 mm)
3/32 –7/64 in
(2.4 – 2.8 mm)
1/8 in (3.2 mm)
Inlet Guide
#150 993
#149 518
#150 994
#149 519
#150 995
#149 520
#150 996
#149 521
#150 997
#149 522
** May require a low-speed, wire-feed drive-roll option.
Genuine Miller Services
Consulting Services
Field Application Support #195 480
Axcess E systems may require factory-trained technical support, depending on the complexity
of the application and the local availability and capability of qualified welding engineers or
technology experts. Contact the factory with questions. Factory support is available at a flat rate
of $1250.00 per day (plus expenses), when scheduled more than 10 days in advance. With less
than 10-day notice, rates may be higher. Rates are based on a 10-hour day, including travel.
One day minimum.
Ordering Information
Semi-Automatic Equipment Options
Stock No.
Axcess® E 300
#907 440
Power source only
Axcess® E 450
#907 439
Power source only
Axcess® E Field Upgrade Module
#300 641
Field. Upgrades standard semi-automatic power source to Axcess E
Insight Centerpoint™
#300 708
Weld data monitoring system software
Insight Reporter
#300 709
Management reporting system client software
Insight Reporter™ SQL Database
#300 710
Management reporting system database software
#300 677
Bench/skid feeder — order DeviceNet Interconnecting Feeder Control Cable separately
Wire Feeder Options
Axcess® E Single Feeder
See page 8 for connection diagram and required cables
ROI Options
See page 8 for connection diagram and required cables
Single ROI E
#300 726
Remote Operator Interface
Axcess® E ROI Swingarc™ Boom
#300 727
#300 728
#300 729
8 ft (2.4 m) boom
12 ft (3.7 m) boom
16 ft (4.9 m) boom
Wire Drive Motor Assembly Options
AA-40GB Wire Drive Motor Assembly
See page 8 for connection diagram and required cables
#195 426
#195 515
Installation Cables
Left-hand wire drive assembly
Right-hand wire drive assembly
See page 8 for connection diagram and required cables
Ethernet Network Connection Cables
#300 734
#300 735
#300 736
9.8 ft (3 m)
16.4 ft (5 m)
32.8 ft (10 m)
DeviceNet Interconnecting Feeder
Control Cables
#195 240
#195 241
#195 242
#195 243
5 ft (1.5 m)
10 ft (3 m)
25 ft (7.6 m)
50 ft (15.2 m)
Motor Control Cables
#300 259
#300 097
#300 096
#300 098
10 ft (3 m)
20 ft (6.1 m)
30 ft (9 m)
50 ft (15.2 m)
Volt-Sense Work Cable
#208 810
Replacement 50 ft (15.2 m) cable. This cable is included with every feeder or drive motor
Trigger Control Cable
#300 129
See page 8 for connection diagram
Axcess® E Feeder Base/Spool Support
#195 369
Allows mounting of AA-40GB motor when using ROI option
Hub and Spindle Assembly
#072 094
Spindle Support
#092 989
Industrial MIG 4/0 Kit
#300 390
Includes Smith regulator/flowmeter with 10 ft (3 m) gas hose, 10 ft (3 m) 4/0 feeder
weld cable with lugs, and 15 ft (4.6 m) work cable with 600-amp C-clamp
MIGRunner™ XL Cart
#195 246
Holds two cylinders, cooler, machine and feeder
Running Gear Cylinder Rack
#300 408
Holds two cylinders, cooler, machine and feeder
Wire Reel Assembly
#108 008
Spool Covers
#057 607
Reel Covers
#058 256
Turntable Assembly
#146 236
Hanging Bail (Electrically Isolated)
#058 435
Wire Straightener
See page 10
Dual Schedule Switches
See page 10
Coolant Systems
See page 11
Drive Roll Kit (Required)
See page 11
Inlet/Intermediate Guides
See page 11
Distributed by:
Litho in USA
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