Features and Benefits - ITW Welding, Welding Machines, Induction

Features and Benefits
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SOFTWARE (Standard)
FREE
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Hour Trial of Accu-Speed and RMD with Every New Axcess Power Supply
Multi-MIG® capability
Includes common carbon steel, aluminum and stainless welding programs, including patented Accu-Pulse®,
Accu-Curve™ and Accu-Speed™ (optional), standard or adaptive pulse, conventional MIG and metal core programs,
and RMD™ Regulated Metal Deposition (optional) using the most popular wire diameters and gas combinations.
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 and wetting action for RMD.
Remote/trigger program select
Allows changing weld programs to take advantage of up to 8 programs of Multi-MIG welding process capabilities.
Optional Axcess-able software
Accu-Speed ™ and RMD™, Axcess file management system, and WaveWriter ™ pulse wave shaping.
®
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 anywhere in the
weld while actually welding by using trigger or remote program select.
Process
Weld Puddle
Control
Standard
Spray
Pulsed
Spray
Flat/Horizontal
Accu-Pulse®
Accu-Curve™
Accu-Speed ™ (Optional)
Standard
Short
Circuit
All Position Performance
RMD ™ Regulated
Metal Deposition (Optional)
Thin Materials/Gap Filling
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 processes. This shows
compatible spray 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.
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 Process
Accu-Pulse ®
STANDARD on all Axcess 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 combinations.
Accu-Curve™
Accu-Pulse
(CV Peak/Background)
Benefits (Compared to conventional pulse)
Taught Peak Voltage
Taught Background
Voltage
Voltage
Fixed current beginning points
CC Ramps
Current
CV Peak CV Background CV Peak
Min
Current
Limit
CV Background
STANDARD on all Axcess 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.
Note: Accu-Curve can be added to existing Axcess systems for FREE by updating code online at
MillerWelds.com/AMS/axcess. Requires Palm handheld or PC to transfer code from web site download to Axcess.
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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
Benefits
“Softer” arc feel than Accu-Pulse
Allows tight arc lengths and better puddle control
Optional Software-Based Welding Processes
Accu-Speed™
Field #300 719 For Palm (Required Palm handheld with data card slot is NOT included.)
Field #300 720 For PC (PC-based emulator and cable are NOT included.)
Note: Serial # must be provided for field installation. Factory-installed software can be ordered as a combonumber option with power supply. See power source stock number listings on page 8.
Accu-Speed is a variation of the Accu-Pulse process and was developed for the type of arcs needed
in automated welding applications. Accu-Speed has a tighter driving arc that can be directed into
the joint, yet still remains stable at the higher travel speeds used in automated welding. In general,
Accu-Speed has lower average voltage and amperage when compared to Accu-Pulse which makes it
ideal when welding out of position in the manual mode.
Benefits
Up to 20% greater travel speed than Accu-Pulse
Lower average voltage/amperage than Accu-Pulse
Tight, driving arc
Remains stable at higher travel speeds
Note: Palm handheld or PC version of File Manager required for field option installation.
Field kit includes cable for connecting to Axcess.
RMD™ (Regulated Metal Deposition)
Field #195 252 For Palm (Required Palm handheld with data card slot is NOT included.)
Field #300 721 For PC (PC-based emulator and cable are NOT included.)
Note: Serial # must be provided for field installation.
Factory-installed software can be ordered as a
combo-number option with power supply. See power
source stock number listings on page 8.
The unique patented design of RMD (Regulated
Metal Deposition) is a precisely controlled
short-circuit transfer. It is a method of detecting
when the short is going to clear and then rapidly
reacting to this data changing the current levels.
Features Proactive Dynamic Puddle Control.
Note: Palm handheld or PC version of File Manager
required for field option installation. Field kit includes
cable for connecting to Axcess.
Well suited to thin materials
Can replace TIG process in some applications
Gap filling
Spatter reduction
Provides less heat into work piece
Excellent performance on stainless steel
Can be combined with other Axcess®-related
programs
Minimize distortion
Use larger diameter wire on thin materials
RMD Ball Transfer
Current Wave Form
Wet
<- ->
Clear
Pinch
Ball
Blink
Benefits
Pre-short
Background
Optional File Management Software
Axcess File Management
®
#300 529 For PC (Includes PC-based emulator, USB cable and USB
flash drive with File Management software.)
Simply put, the Miller Axcess File Management software turns a
standard Palm handheld (PDA) or PC into a remote pendant control for
all Axcess Systems.
There are 3 basic types of files:
1) Programs – Contain all the welding data that create an arc: volts, amps, wire feed rates, wire type,
size, gas and appropriate arc control. They also contain all the time-based functions typically used
in welding: pre-flow, start conditions, ramps, crater fill, retract, and post-flow.
2) Configuration – Files contain Locks, Errors and Feeder information that include robot selection
type (Robot Control – PS Wire and Gas, Shared Control – Arc On-Analog, and Power Source
Control – Arc On-No Analog). Configuration enables error messages, dual schedule, and remote
program select to be selected. It also allows for checking software revisions and arc/ cycle time
data. Using configuration you can set Auto-Thread™ torch length allowing for pushbutton feed of
an exact wire length.
3) Back-up – Back-up files allow a convenient and simple way to store all files from a welding power
source in a Palm handheld or PC.
Each type can reside or be “Axcess”ed in any of 3 locations:
1) Welder – The welding power source holds the main library of welding programs.
2) Handheld or PC – The handheld or PC acts as an interim storage device where files can be pulled
from the power source stored or modified.
3) E-mail – Files can be stored for Email in this location.
Any of the files can be cut, copied, pasted or modified. UN-protected files can also be beamed
through IR port. Copyright-protected and Miller proprietary files cannot be transferred such as
Axcess File Management, WaveWriter™, and RMD™ welding process.
With Miller’s Axcess File Management
installed on your Palm OS handheld or
PC you can:
E-mail Axcess files anywhere worldwide
Configure any Axcess system as desired
Configure multiple Axcess systems exactly
the same or any way you choose
Save and store Axcess files
Transfer Axcess files to computers
Transfer Axcess files from machine to
machine
Backup Axcess files and programs
Set-up and modify Axcess welding sequences
Adjust and store welding program Locks &
Limits for restricting or limiting operator
“Axcess” to programs
Enable Auto-Thread™ feature to program
torch length into Axcess memory. When a
combination of purge and jog (or jog and
retract) are depressed, the Axcess feeding
system delivers exact programmed length
of wire. Great for troubleshooting wire feed
speed and loading wire into the system.
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Typical Installations
(Semi-Automatic Pulsed MIG or Conventional MIG)
The Axcess 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 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 6).
Standard Installation
DeviceNet Interconnecting
Feeder Control Cable*
5 ft (1.5 m)
#242 209 005
10 ft (3 m)
#242 209 010
25 ft (7.6 m) #242 209 025
50 ft (15.2 m) #242 209 050
A typical bench/sled feeder
installation. For use when
the feeder is placed on the
power supply, a bench or
an optional cart.
1
2
AND
Axcess Wire Feeder (Drive rolls must be ordered separately.)
Axcess Power Source
ROI Option Installation
Boom Retrofit
Applications
DeviceNet Interconnecting
Feeder Control Cable*
5 ft (1.5 m)
#242 209 005
10 ft (3 m)
#242 209 010
25 ft (7.6 m) #242 209 025
50 ft (15.2 m) #242 209 050
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
Axcess Power Source
drive motor is desirable.
1
3
AND
Gun
(must be ordered
separately.)
4
AND
ROI
(Remote Operator Interface)
AA-40GB Wire Drive Motor Assembly
(Drive rolls must be ordered separately.)
(Subject to change without notice.)
Amperage
Range
Max. OpenCircuit Voltage
Amps Input at Rated Output, 50/60 Hz, 3-Phase
208 V 230 V 400 V 460 V 575 V KVA KW
300 A at 29 VDC,
60% Duty Cycle
(225 A at 25.3 VDC,
100% Duty Cycle)
10 – 44 V
5 – 400 A
80 VDC
33
29.7
16.9
14.6
11.6
11.7 11.2
Axcess
450
450 A at 36.5 VDC,
100% Duty Cycle
10 – 44 V
5 – 600 A
80 VDC
—
60
33.7
28.8
22.8
23.8 22.9
Axcess
675
675 A at 44 VDC,
100% Duty Cycle
10 – 44 V
5 – 900 A
80 VDC
—
89.7
—
43.7
34.8
35.7 34.4
Axcess
300
Flexible Mounting
Options
Motor Control Cable*
20 ft (6.1 m) #242 395 020
30 ft (9 m)
#242 395 030
50 ft (15.2 m) #242 395 050
Voltage
Range
Rated Output
Feeder Base
#195 369 (see page 7)
21-ft Trigger Control Cable #300 129
1 Power Source Specifications
Model
*Custom cable lengths
are available through
Equip to Weld ™ in 5 ft
increments up to 50 ft
and 10 ft increments
up to 100 ft.
Gun
(comes
with feeder.)
Net
Weight
Dimensions
300 H: 23 in (584 mm)
450 H: 31 in (787 mm)
675 H: 39 in (991 mm)
W: 17 in (432 mm)
D: 22-1/2 in (572 mm)
116 lb
(52.6 kg)
163 lb
(73.9 kg)
208 lb
(94.3 kg)
Certified by Canadian Standards Association to both the Canadian and U.S. Standards.
2 Wire Feeder Options
Dual
Feeder
Single
Feeder
Model
Gas
Valve
Axcess
Bench/Sled
Feeder
Included 40 VDC
(from
Axcess)
Type of
Input Power
Connection to
Power Source
Wire feeders do NOT
include drive rolls or
required DeviceNet
Interconnecting
Feeder Control Cable.
These must be
ordered separately.
Wire Feed
Speed Range**
DeviceNet Interconnecting 50 –1400 IPM
Feeder Control Cable*
(1.3 – 35.56 MPM)
(Order separately)
Axcess Single Feeder #195 182
Axcess Dual Feeder
#195 325
Feeder is designed specifically for Axcess. Provides singlerange control of 50–1400 inches per minute. Dual-wire model
provides the same functionality as single-wire version, but is
ideal when two different wire types need to be available at the
same time. Digitally communicates with Axcess power source
via DeviceNet Interconnecting Feeder Control Cable.
Wire Diameter
Range
Single Feeder
Dimensions
Dual Feeder
Dimensions
.035 – 3/32 in
(0.9 –2.4 mm)
H: 14-1/2 in (368 mm)
W: 12-1/2 in (318 mm)
D: 27 in (686 mm)
H: 15 in (381 mm) Single Feeder
W: 19 in (483 mm) 49 lb (22 kg)
D: 34 in (863 mm) Dual Feeder
124 lb (56 kg)
*Custom cable lengths are available through Equip to Weld ™ in 5 ft increments up to 50 ft and 10 ft increments up to 100 ft.
**This is the wire feed speed range while using MIG. With Pulsed MIG, the wire feed speed range may be more limited.
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Ship Weight
3 ROI (Remote Operator Interface) Options
ROI 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 now included
with feeder.
Auto ROI back panel
showing connections for
input and output signals.
Dual ROI
Single ROI
Single ROI #195 238
Dual ROI
#195 433
The ROI allows the Axcess power supply, wire
drive motor assembly and 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 while retaining an existing
boom or other structural asset. The dual-wire ROI
provides the same functionality as the single,
but controls two separate wire drive motor
assemblies. Four programs are available per side.
Note: For non-Miller boom and jib mounting, see
ROI installation diagram on page 4 and select desired
cable lengths.
Auto ROI #195 239*
(Contact Applications for assistance at
920-954-3809 prior to any new installation.)
The Auto ROI is to be used with an Axcess
power supply with the E-Stop option. Provides
functionality of the ROI, but replaces sequence
and trigger functions with two programmable
inputs and outputs. To be used in simple
dedicated/fixed/hard automation applications.
Features arc established output. Includes 30 ft
cable for wiring to other external devices.
*Requires Axcess power supply with E-Stop function
option. E-Stop is not intended for continuous
interruption applications. Axcess systems require
approximately 30 seconds to reboot or come back
online after recovering from an E-Stop condition.
Note: For non-Miller boom and jib mounting, see
ROI installation diagram on page 4 and select desired
cable lengths.
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
DeviceNet Interconnecting Cable NOT included
(required, order separately).
Axcess® ROI Swingarc™ Boom-Mounted
Wire Feeders
#951 383 8 ft (2.4 m) Single-Wire
#951 384 12 ft (3.7 m) Single-Wire
#951 385 16 ft (4.9 m) Single-Wire
#951 386 8 ft (2.4 m) Dual-Wire
#951 387 12 ft (3.7 m) Dual-Wire
#951 388 16 ft (4.9 m) Dual-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.
Dual Swingarc Retrofit Kit #300 032
Kit is required when replacing motors on older
Miller Dual 60 Series Swingarc booms. Provides
all of the Axcess benefits, but maintains existing
dual-boom hardware.
21-ft Trigger Control Cable #300 129
Required when retrofitting non-Miller booms
with an ROI option.
Model
Type of Input Power
Connection to Motor
Connection to Power Source
Single ROI Dimensions
Dual ROI Dimensions
Ship Weight
ROI
Supplied from
power source
Motor Control Cable*
(Order separately)
DeviceNet Interconnecting
Feeder Control Cable*
(Order separately)
H: 13 in (330 mm)
W: 7 in (178 mm)
D: 7 in (178 mm)
H: 13 in (330 mm)
W: 9 in (229 mm)
D: 10 in (254 mm)
Single ROI
12 lb (5.4 kg)
Dual ROI
15 lb (6.8 kg)
*Custom cable lengths are available through Equip to Weld ™ in 5 ft increments up to 50 ft and 10 ft increments up to 100 ft.
4 Wire Drive Motor Assembly Options
(To be used with Remote Operator Interface.)
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
Model
AA-40GB
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 cable.
Note: Wire drive motor assemblies do NOT include
drive rolls or required Motor Control Cable. These
must be ordered separately. Left- and right-hand drives
are determined by facing the wire feed gun outlet.
Gas
Valve
Type of Input
Power
Connection to
Power Source
Wire Feed
Speed Range**
Wire Diameter
Range
AA-40GB
Dimensions
Ship
Weight
Included
and
enclosed
40 VDC
(from Axcess)
Motor Control Cable*
(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)
*Custom cable lengths are available through Equip to Weld ™ in 5 ft increments up to 50 ft and 10 ft increments up to 100 ft.
**This is the wire feed speed range while using MIG. With Pulsed MIG, the wire feed speed range may be more limited.
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Control Panels
Single Axcess Feeder and
Remote Operator Interface (ROI)
Front Panel
1. Power Switch
2. Handheld
RS-232 Port
3. PC-Communication
RS-232 Port
4. 115 VAC, 10 A
Duplex Receptacle
5. Circuit Breakers
6. Network Feeder
Connector
MADE IN
MILLER ELECTRIC MFG. CO., APPLETON, WI
2
3
1
Rear Panel
4
6
5
1. Voltage/Arc Adjust
Display Meter
2. Program Display
3. Program # Select
4. Process Setup Button
5. Control Knob
6. Trigger Receptacle
7. On/Off Button
8. Voltage Setup Button
9. Wire Speed Setup
Button
10. Wire Speed/Amperage
Display Meter
11. Feeder Setup Button
12. Jog/Purge Switch
1
2
3
8
Program
Volts
Time
Arc Adjust
WFS
Amps
Arc Ctl
Sequence
Trigger Control
Trigger Hold
Process
Wire Type
Gas Type
4
9
10
11
Process Set Up
Adjust
Feeder Set Up
5
6
12
7
Capabilities
Dual Schedule — Toggle between two
settings using a single wire.
4T — When trigger is released, output will
operate at different ranges.
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).
Sequence (in seconds)
Preflow: 0.1– 5 s
Start Power: 0.1– 5 s
Trigger Hold (TH) — When activated, allows
gun trigger release and continuous welding until
trigger is pulled again.
Arc Adjust — Arc length (Trim)
Carbon Arc Gouging (CAC-A)— Can be activated.
Drive Roll Kits and Guides
Drive Roll Kits
“V” groove
for hard wire
“U” groove for soft
wire or soft-shelled
cored wires
“V” knurled for
hard-shelled
cored wires
“U” cogged for
extremely soft wire or
soft-shelled cored wires
(i.e., hard facing types)
#151 024
#151 025
#151 026
#161 190
#151 027
#151 028
#151 029
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
#243 233
—
#243 234*
#151 038
#243 235
—
#151 040
#151 041
#151 042
#151 043**
—
—
#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
*Accommodates .045 and .047 (3/64 in) wire.
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Arc Control — Arc force or focus (SharpArc®)
Process Selection — Accu-Pulse®, Pulsed MIG,
MIG, Metal Core, RMD™ (Optional)
(Order from Miller Service Parts.)
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.
.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)
Crater: 0.1– 5 s
Postflow: 0.1– 5 s
**May require a low-speed, wire-feed drive-roll option.
Nylon Wire Guides for
Feeding Aluminum Wire
Wire Size
.035 in (0.9 mm)
.047 in (1.2 mm)
1/16 in (1.6 mm)
Inlet Guide
#221 912
#221 912
#221 912
Intermediate
Guide
#242 417
#205 936
#205 937
Note: “U” groove drive rolls are recommended when
feeding aluminum wire.
Wire Guides
Wire Size
Inlet Guide
Intermediate
Guide
.023 – .040 in
(0.6 –1.0 mm)
#150 993
#149 518
.045 – .052 in
(1.1 –1.4 mm)
#150 994
#149 519
1/16 – 5/64 in
(1.6 – 2 mm)
#150 995
#149 520
3/32 –7/64 in
(2.4 – 2.8 mm)
#150 996
#149 521
1/8 in (3.2 mm)
#150 997
#149 522
Genuine Miller Accessories
Consulting Services
Field Application Support #195 480
Axcess systems may require factory-trained
technical support depending on the complexity
of the application and the local availability
and capability of qualified welding engineers.
You should contact the factory if there are
questions. Factory support is available at a
flat rate of $1250.00 per day plus expenses
when planned and ordered more than 10 days
in advance. Rates and availability of our
technical specialists with less than 10 day
notice are considerably more. Rates are
based on a 10-hour day including travel.
One day minimum.
DeviceNet Interconnecting Feeder
Control Cables
#242 209 005 5 ft (1.5 m)
#242 209 010 10 ft (3 m)
#242 209 025 25 ft (7.6 m)
#242 209 050 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.
Note: Custom cable lengths are available through
Equip to Weld ™ in 5 ft increments up to 50 ft and
10 ft increments up to 100 ft.
Motor Control Cables
#242 395 020 20 ft (6.1 m)
#242 395 030 30 ft (9 m)
#242 395 050 50 ft (15.2 m)
Includes overmolded connections on high-flex
cables for optimal service life.
Note: Custom cable lengths are available through
Equip to Weld ™ in 5 ft increments from 5 to 50 ft,
and 10 ft increments from 60 to 100 ft.
Volt-Sense Work Cable, 50 ft
#242 212 050
Note: Custom cable lengths are available through
Equip to Weld ™ in 5 ft increments up to 50 ft and
10 ft increments up to 100 ft.
Running Gear Cylinder
Rack #300 408
For Axcess 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, single- or dual feeders,
and Coolmate™ V3 can be mounted to the cart
and secured.
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® Feeder Base
Shown
and Spool Support
with
AA-40GB. #195 369
Sheet metal construction.
Allows mounting of
AA-40GB motor
(if desired) when using
ROI option or when
using an Auto-Axcess with Smart Cable adapter.
Hub and Spindle
Assembly
#072 094
Hub and
Spindle
Assembly
Spindle
Support
Spindle Support
#092 989
Dual Schedule Switches
DSS-8
#079 693
A 15 ft,
two-position
trigger switch which attaches to the gun handle
and is used in place of the standard trigger for
dual scheduling.
Adapter Cord #157 364
Required for use with DSS-8. 1ft, Y trigger
cable that connects DSS switch and control box
to the gun.
DSS-9M
#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.
Coolant Systems
Wire Reel Assembly
#108 008
For more information, see the Miller Coolant
Systems literature sheet, Index No. AY/7.2.
Coolmate V3
Spool Covers
Coolmate 3
Coolmate 4
#057 607
Reel Covers #058 256
For 60 lb (27 kg) coil. Helps to protect the welding
wire from dust and other contaminants.
Note: Reel and Spool Covers cannot be installed if
the wire drive assembly is in a rotated position.
Turntable Assembly #146 236
Allows rotation of the feeder as the operator
changes work positions. Reduces strain and
bending on the gun cable.
Hanging Bail (Electrically Isolated)
#058 435
Used for suspending feeder over work area.
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.
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 #042 288 115 VAC
For use with water-cooled torches rated up to
600 amps. Tough molded polyethylene case
with carrying handle.
Wire Straightener
#141 580 For .035 –.045 in (0.9 –1.1 mm) wire.
#141 581 For 1/16 –1/8 in (1.6 – 3.2 mm) wire.
Helps reduce the cast in wire to improve wire
feeding performance and increase the service
life of the gun liner and contact tip.
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.
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