By steven winters from everett washington on August 30, 2012
I see that this machine you hook the ground to the positive why is that
By Customer Service on August 31, 2012
Answer:You can use the Miller XMT 304 with either a positive or negitive ground. If you are running a procedure where the rod or wire requires a reverse polarity the ground should be negitive.. If you are running a procedure that requires straight polarity the ground would be positive
By MN Welder from MN on February 4, 2014
Can you upgrade to the pulse option at a later date ?
By Customer Service on February 4, 2014
Answer:The Miller XMT 304 CC/CV Welder 903471 can be up graded to pulse at any time by adding the Optima™ #043 389 pulse control
By jason from Arlington wa. on September 14, 2012
im going to run a 4 pak i would like to know what breaker to use. we have 3phase power. we would like to have on bologna cord.
By Customer Service on September 19, 2012
Answer:Jason.. you did not specify what voltage you would be running this XMT 304 four pack on.. Here are the specs for 230Volt 3 phase and 460 Volt phase..
Your XMT 4 pack will draw 120 amps on 230 volt.. Miller specifies that you will need a 180 amp service..On 460 volt your 4 pack will draw 80 amps.Miller specifies a 120 amp service
By nick from deptford, nj on July 15, 2013
does this unit come with wire feeder and gun
By Customer Service on July 16, 2013
Answer:Miller XMT 304 CC/CV Welder 903471 does not come with a wire feeder and gun. The Miller XMT 304 CC/CV MIGRunner 951343 does. Here is the link:
By Donald from Fall River , MA. on September 27, 2013
this unit does not come with the mig set up ? is this correct ?
What do i need to be able to mig weld with this unit ?
Does this unit require any gas bottles to operate ?
By Customer Service on October 7, 2013
Answer:You are correct the Miller XMT 304 CC/CV Welder 903471 does not come with a feeder however there is a mig welding package available that uses the XMT 304. This package is the Miller XMT 304 CC/CV MIGRunner 951343.. This package includes the XMT, a 22A feeder a Bernard Q400 mig gun plus a cart a flow regulator and cables needed.. This one option.. The XMT is very versatile and there other options.. You may what to give us a call to discuss these other options
By matt from edmonton ab on August 24, 2012
hi im really interested in getting one of these inverters ive used them alot in the shops but was interested in what i would have to do to put one in my garage at home in a normal residentiasl neighborhood thanks
By Customer Service on August 28, 2012
Answer:Matt the XMT 304 is a great machineand is designed for heavy industrial use.. But it can be used at home if you have the right electrical service to handle it.. The XMT will run on 3 phase or single phase electric..I n your case you would problably want a 208-230-460 volt unit (part # 903471)..Unless you have 3Phase electric going into your home electric panel you will have to run the unit on 1 phase..probably 208V or 230V..Running these voltages on single phase you will need at dedicated circuit of at least 50amps..Hope this is on some help