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Miller Syncrowave 210 TIG/MIG Complete 951616

Code: 951616
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Miller Syncrowave® 210 TIG/MIG Complete 951616

The new Miller Syncrowave® 210 TIG/MIG Complete is a full-function AC/DC TIG welder that comes complete with a Miller Spoolmate 100 spool gun for MIG welding with solid wires, including 4043 aluminum. The Syncrowave's inverter technology allows for Constant Current (CC) welding output for AC/DC TIG, Pulsed TIG and stick welding AND Constant Voltage (CV) welding output for MIG welding with the Spoolmate 100 spool gun. Miller's Auto-Line power management system allows the Syncrowave 210 to operate on either 115 Volt or 230 Volt single-phase input power. The 210 is capable of 210 amps of AC/DC TIG welding power using 230 Volt input and up to 135 amps of MIG welding output using the supplied Spoolmate 100 spool gun.



Processes
  • TIG (GTAW)
  • Stick (SMAW)
  • Pulsed TIG (GTAW-P)
  • MIG (GMAW) with Spoolmate 100 Spool Gun

    Applications
    Light Metal Fabrication
    Maintenance/Repair Operations
    Light Manufacturing
    Automotive Repair
    Vocational Training
    Hobbyist

    Features
  • Multi-process Advanced inverter technology allows for outstanding CC TIG and Stick welding output, as well as CV output for MIG spool gun
  • Spoolmate™ 100 MIG spool gun feeds .023 - .035 solid MIG wires, including 4043 aluminum
  • Easy to use.
    1. Turn power on.
    2. Select Process: AC TIG, DC TIG, DC Stick or MIG.
    3. Set amperage based on material thickness.
    Then weld! It is easy as 1,2,3.
  • Pro-Set™ feature (professional settings) eliminates the guesswork when setting weld parameters. Use Pro-Set when you want the speed, convenience and confidence of pre-set controls. Simply select the feature and adjust until Pro-Set appears on the display.
  • Squarewave output with AC balance control features adjustable oxide cleaning which is essential for creating the highest quality aluminum welds.
  • Pulse control enhances weld bead and puddle control for improved appearance and quality. Use it to reduce burn through, coordinate the addition of filler material, and reduce the warping effects of distortion by reducing the average heat input.
  • Fan-On-Demand™ improves power efficiency and reduces noise and maintenance by decreasing the amount of airborne contaminants pulled though the machine.
  • DIG control allows the arc characteristics to be changed for specific applications and electrodes. Lower the DIG setting for smooth running electrodes like E7018 and increase the DIG setting for stiffer, more penetrating electrodes like E6010.
  • Multi-voltage plug (MVP™) allows connection to 115 or 230 V receptacles without tools
  • AUTO-LINE™ Allows 115 V and 230 V input voltage hookups.
  • Upgradeable and expandable. Front panel memory card data port provides the ability to easily upgrade software and expand product features. Visit MillerWelds.com/TIGSoftware for the latest software upgrades and expansions.
  • Auto-Postflow protects the weld end zone and electrode by optimizing postflow time based on welding amperage for adequate shielding every time without waste and no need for adjustment.
  • Low power draw. Inverter-based power source provides full welding output from 230 V while drawing less than 30 amps.
  • High frequency for non-contact arc starting. Eliminates tungsten and material contamination.

    Specs



    Spoolmate 100 Specs



    Comes complete with
  • Syncrowave 210 TIG welder with 10-ft. (3 m) primary cord and MVP™ plugs for 115 V and 230 V
  • 12-ft. (3.8 m), 150-amp TIG torch with Dinse connector (#WP1712MFDI50)
  • 12-ft. (3.8 m) work cable with clamp and Dinse connector
  • Electrode holder with Dinse connector
  • RFCS-14 foot control with 20-ft. cord (#043 554)
  • Regulator/flow gauge and hose
  • Factory-installed running gear with EZ-Change™ Low Cylinder Rack
  • AC Frequency expansion software
  • DC Pulse expansion software
  • MIG expansion software
  • Spoolmate 100 MIG spool gun with case
  • 4-14 pin connector
  • Flo-through Dinse style connector



    This item ships Free via standard ground shipping within contiguous U.S.

  • Download Syncrowave 210 Spec Sheet (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
    Download Syncrowave 210 Spec Sheet (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

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    19 Questions & 22 Answers
    Ricki
    from La Mirada, California asked:
    November 4, 2016
    is this water-cooled or air cooled?
    The WP1712MFDI50 torch that comes with the 951616 is an air-cooled torch.
    Customer Service
    on November 22, 2016

    Jamey
    from georgia asked:
    July 31, 2016
    Can this 210 Syncrowave be used in tandem with a Miller Suitcase X-Treme 12VS?
    Miller advises that it is possible to run a 12VS feeder off of a Miller Syncrowave 210 TIG/MIG Complete 951616.. However they do not recommend it. You would have to run the 12VS in the CC mode and you would not be happy with the performance.
    Customer Service
    on August 1, 2016

    Moises
    from Indianapolis, IN asked:
    May 4, 2016
    Hi! Miller Syncrowave 210 mig complete? What's that mean "complete"?
    The the complete in the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 includes: Syncrowave 210 TIG welder with 10-ft. (3 m) primary cord and MVP™ plugs for 115 V and 230 V 12-ft. (3.8 m), 150-amp TIG torch with Dinse connector (#WP1712MFDI50) 12-ft. (3.8 m) work cable with clamp and Dinse connector Electrode holder with Dinse connector RFCS-14 foot control with 20-ft. cord (#043 554) Regulator/flow gauge and hose Factory-installed running gear with EZ-Change™ Low Cylinder Rack AC Frequency expansion software DC Pulse expansion software MIG expansion software Spoolmate 100 MIG spool gun with case 4-14 pin connector Flo-through Dinse style connector Everything to start tig welding or spoolgun mig welding except sheilding gas and filler wire
    Customer Service
    on May 4, 2016

    Kris
    from Duluth, MN asked:
    January 1, 2016
    Is the spoolmate 100 the only spool gun that can be used with the Synchrowave 210?
    Miller advises that the Spoolmate 100 is the only spoolgun that can be used with a Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616
    Customer Service
    on January 5, 2016

    Grant
    from Etta, Mississippi asked:
    December 20, 2015
    Can one weld aluminum with this TIG welder?
    You can weld aluminum with the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616
    Customer Service
    on December 21, 2015

    Art Young
    from Harrisburg, Pa asked:
    September 24, 2015
    what benefit is there to increasing DC pulse and AC frequency with the very expensive memory cards #301 127 & 128?? And what capacity is the memory card that comes with the Syncrowave 210 #951-616 Thanks, Art Y
    Out of the box the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 comes with a pulse rate that is adjustable from 0 to 50 pulses per second (PPS). The AC frequency is set at 100hz. When increasing the DC pulse rate with the memory card increases the pulse rate from 0 to 150 PPS. By increasing the pulse helps to control heat input and helps to focus or narrow the arc. The same thing can be said for the AC frequency. By using the memory card the AC frequency becomes adjustable from 60 to 150 hz. The higher the frequency the more narrow or focused the arc.
    Customer Service
    on September 28, 2015

    Neill Nakamura
    from Maui, Hawaii asked:
    September 1, 2015
    Can please I get a shipping quote to: 660 S. Lono Avenue Kahului, HI 96732? Please note that my first name has 2 "L's" in my email address. Thank you!
    Sorry but we do not ship large machines like the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 to Hawaii .
    Customer Service
    on September 2, 2015

    EB
    from SC asked:
    August 21, 2015
    How many amps will this machine draw and what size breaker would it require?
    At the rated output the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 will draw 20.5 amps on 115 volts and 11.9 amps on 230 volt
    Customer Service
    on August 24, 2015

    MED
    from UTAH asked:
    August 8, 2015
    CAN A WIRE FEEDER BE ADDED TO THIS MACHINE FOR MIG WELDING?
    You CANNOT add a wire feeder to the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616
    Customer Service
    on August 10, 2015

    Will
    from Austin, Tx asked:
    May 23, 2015
    This may be in the information on your site but I didn't find it. Does this have finger tip control for working under a car, so you don't have to finagle the foot control?
    The Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 does not come with a finger tip control.. There are 2 styles of finger tip control that can be used with the Syncrowave 210. They are the Miller RCCS-14 Remote Fingertip Control 043688 ($221.40) and the Miller RCC-14 Remote Fingertip Control 151086 ($207.90)
    Customer Service
    on May 26, 2015

    Sam
    from Brooklyn, NY asked:
    April 22, 2015
    The contents you list as coming with the machine differs slightly from what is listed on Millers website. Miller includes aan additi 4-14 pin connector, onal flow-thru Dinse connector, and a memory card. Are these also included in your package and just not listed? Or are they in fact not included?
    There is apparently an error on our web site regarding the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616.. The 4-14 pin connector , a flow through dinse style connector and the memory card are included in the 951616 package that we offer
    Customer Service
    on April 22, 2015
    There is apparently an error on our web site regarding the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616.. The 4-14 pin connector , an additional flow through dinse style connector and the memory card are included in the 951616 package that we offer
    Customer Service
    on April 22, 2015

    JP
    from LeClaire Iowa asked:
    April 9, 2015
    What are the advantages/disadvantages of high frequency only tig start as compared to other machines with the lift start function.
    The Miller Syncrowave 210 has both lift arc start and high frequency (HF) start. Lift arc start requires that the tungsten electrode must touch the work piece and then be picked up or lifted off the work piece in order for the arc to initiate. This method in most instances is sufficient for most tig welding applications. The biggest drawback to lift arc start is that it will always cause tungsten contamination in the weld. When the arc initiates with lift arc a minute piece of the tungsten is always left on the workpiece and it contaminates the weld.If it is a critical weld and it is inspected by X-Ray the tungsten piece will appear as a tungsten inclusion and the weld will fail inspection. With high frequency start (HF) the arc will initiate without the tungsten touching the workpiece.The main drawback to HF start is that the frequency that it operates at can interfere and cause problems with computers, electronic equipment, and radio signals etc.Unfortunately HF is a necessary evil in some welding applications like welding aluminum. When welding aluminum HF must be used to initiate the arc. If the welding machine being used to weld aluminum is an older transformer type tig welder the HF must be on continually during weld process. If the tig welder is a newer inverter based machine you would still need the HF to initiate the arc but it does not need to be on continuously during the weld process. As you can see both methods of initiating the tig arc are needed
    Customer Service
    on April 10, 2015

    bo turton
    from dallas tx asked:
    March 5, 2015
    how long of leads/cables can you have for the tig torch. It comes with a 12 ft length but can a 25 ft be used?
    The Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 does come with a 12 ft torch but a 25ft torch can be installed and it will work properly.
    Customer Service
    on March 6, 2015

    Jhon
    from New York asked:
    January 27, 2015
    Will the Mig complete come with everything to mig right out of the box. Kinda of confused.
    The Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 contains everything need to mig weld right out of the box
    Customer Service
    on January 28, 2015

    Robert
    from rob@artisansasylum.com asked:
    January 14, 2015
    Will the spool gun allow me to weld aluminum?
    You can mig weld aluminum with the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 using the Spoolmate 100
    Customer Service
    on January 15, 2015

    Robert
    from rob@artisansasylum.com asked:
    January 14, 2015
    Does this machine have High frequency start for the TIG?
    Yes.. the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 has Hi Frequency start
    Customer Service
    on January 15, 2015

    ken
    from mech, Pa asked:
    December 19, 2014
    how is machine compared to my Sycrowave 180
    The Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 is a more refined machine than the Syncrowave 180. The 180 uses the old transformer based technology.The 210 uses the new inverter technology. This allows the 210 to run on both 110 volt and 220 volt input. The 180 has a welding amperage range from 10-180 amps. The welding amperage range of the 210 is 5 - 210 amps. This give the 210 more control when welding thin gauge material. It also has pulsed tig capability.. You can also mig weld with the 210 by using the spoolgun option.
    Customer Service
    on December 19, 2014
    The Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 is a more refined machine than the Syncrowave 180. The 180 uses the old transformer based technology.The 210 uses the new inverter technology. This allows the 210 to run on both 110 volt and 220 volt input. The 180 has a welding amperage range from 10-180 amps. The welding amperage range of the 210 is 5 - 210 amps. This give the 210 more control when welding thin gauge material. It also has pulsed tig capability.. You can also mig weld with the 210 by using the spoolgun option.
    Customer Service
    on December 19, 2014
    The Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 is a more refined machine than the Syncrowave 180. The 180 uses the old transformer based technology.The 210 uses the new inverter technology. This allows the 210 to run on both 110 volt and 220 volt input. The 180 has a welding amperage range from 10-180 amps. The welding amperage range of the 210 is 5 - 210 amps. This give the 210 more control when welding thin gauge material. It also has pulsed tig capability.. You can also mig weld with the 210 by using the spoolgun option.
    Customer Service
    on December 19, 2014

    rhett grady
    from high point nc asked:
    November 21, 2014
    can you a regular mig lead with this welder
    No.. The only way to mig weld with the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616 is with the Spoolmate 100 spool gun.
    Customer Service
    on November 25, 2014

    Steve Anton
    from Union, NJ asked:
    October 19, 2014
    Does the Miller $250 rebate apply to this machine? (Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616. Thanks, Steve Anton santonee@verizon.net
    Currently there are no rebates programs for the Miller Syncrowave 210 MIG Complete 951616
    Customer Service
    on October 20, 2014


    4.5 Stars based on 16 reviews
    By Forrest
    Northern California
    Professional level equipment at an afforordable price!
    December 5, 2016
    I purchased the Miller Syncrowave 210 tig welder to assist me in my vintage motorcycle restoration projects in my garage. I was interested in an inverter based machine as my power source only has a 30 amp capacity at 220 volts. This machine has easily weldedup up to 1/4" steel with awesome results. I was also impressed with the included mig gun and upgraded software. This gives me even more options for my projects. Cyberweld delivered all the equipment within a weeks time without incident. I would definitely recommend Cyberweld for your welding needs!
    ProsNicely packaged with built in cart and storage for welding leads and Argon cylinder. Runs at maximum capacity with 30 amp 220 volt power source and can be run on 120 volt power as well. Has preset parameters or can be adjusted as required to suit your specific welding needs. Performs Tig, Mig, Stick and has AC-DC capabilities as well. Build with Blue rebates!
    ConsNone
    By Jesus S.
    frankfort,indiana
    Awesome
    July 30, 2016
    First of all Cyberweld has great service had a few questions had a response within the hour. Had my machine in my garage a lot faster than what I expected Conway freight was also very professional. The machine welds like a dream but what do you expect from Miller. I can see the controls being confusing to some but I don't have any trouble at all. I would highly recommend this welder to anyone that needs all in one package.
    ProsThe name says it all!
    ConsI didnt get a sticker lol
    By Jeff P.
    Kansas
    Great product and service
    April 18, 2016
    Great welder for anybody that needs a versatile machine. I would recommend it to anyone that is doing any kind of fabrication at their home.
    ProsPrice and options.
    ConsShould come standard with the sd card.
    By RP Richard
    Springfield, VT
    Syncrowave 210 is a great machine
    April 16, 2016
    I haven't done a lot of TIG, but enough to get the job done where I need it around the house. You know you're gonna run into some weld jobs where you need to TIG. My last TIG was a Chinese Multi-function inverter type welder and it worked fairly well, but nowhere compared to this this machine. I have welded with it on a number of occasions and only found 1 fairly big flaw... The TIG torch isn't rated high enough. It's a wp-17 which is only good for 150 amps. The wp-26 would be much better, and I will get on when I have a big enough job.It will weld higher, but for intermittent use or short intervals. I love the stick welding, it does an excellent job as well.
    ProsRunning Gear TIG AC/DC w/pulse and stick weld Side storage
    ConsUnder powered TIG torch.
    By Jamie
    Houston
    Very Satisfied with unit
    March 30, 2016
    Has all the features that I wanted, TIG, MIG and Stick. I have never welded before, unit was very easy to set up and use.
    By Leon
    New Roads, Louisiana
    Awesome Machine!
    March 26, 2016
    I like the versatility of this machine. Stick, MIG & TIG all in one package. Welds like a champ!
    Pros1. 110V or 220 V 2. Easy to change from one application to another 3. Excellent moveability
    ConsNone
    By John
    Holland Patent,NY
    Slow delivery but great product
    March 7, 2016
    Easy to set up and use. Great price
    By Cody
    Indiana
    great service
    February 1, 2016
    Service from cyberweld was great, had my machine in 3 days. The product im not so impressed with. After running some test beads on ac and dc it seemed to weld great, but shortly after i started the first job with this machine it had no hf start or gas output. After troubleshooting the machine with miller tech service its in the shop for warranty repairs. Not really excited about getting this machine back hopefully they replace it.
    ProsWelded great nice stable arc
    ConsFailed within the first 15 minutes
    By Tom
    New York
    Great company
    January 27, 2016
    Very happy with the customer service at Cyberweld they were very helpful.. Haven't used the machine much yet but with what I did it was great..
    By Tim B.
    Halfmoon, new York
    Out of control
    January 22, 2016
    This machine is wonderful. Does everything I need it to do and more
    ProsPrefect
    ConsLower price
    By dan w.
    amarillo, TX.
    Great machine at a good price.
    December 17, 2015
    I replaced two aging units all which were not a Miller product. WOW I'll never use anything else again!
    ProsEase of use.
    ConsHad a set up problem with the mig gun. Got a hold of tech support. They were great. Instructions don't state not to turn off the machine when inserting SD card. kept getting invalid on display. Cycled power and we were good. There is a software fix for the issue but we used the work around. Also manual issues I reported to tech.
    By Mike
    Utah
    Fast shipment great welder
    December 3, 2015
    Fast shipment great welder
    By Barrett
    Portland, OR
    Good recovery
    October 5, 2015
    Every vendor relationship will have a problem at sometime. In my case, the availability on this welder suddenly switched from in stock to a three week backorder, after I placed the order. When I pointed this out they worked the phones with the manufacturer and others and found one in stock, local to me. Great welder in perfect condition, but also a great vendor.
    ProsA great semi-portable, multi-power, multi-process welder. Good, inclusive kit. Get your PPE, gas and 2lb wire spool and your up and running with this kit. Not a production welder in any category, but the perfect shop welder for me, from 1MM up to 3/8".
    ConsMiller: Get me an onboard wire feed kit for this welder. The spool gun works great, but bulky.
    By William
    Ridgefield, CT
    Nice Machine
    July 6, 2015
    I was surprised how fast the delivery process was. Only days after the order, I got a phone call saying the machine was ready for delivery. The next day the machine was lift gated off the truck into my garage. The machine was easy to set up. The default setting made me and my first set of welds look good. No complaints.
    ProsNice machine layout. No welding cart needed. There is a place for the gas cylinder, cables, and foot pedal. You can fit the TIG torch in the cable compartment. The spool gun needs separate storage, but it has its own storage box. There are a couple of extra storage spots on the machine not mentioned in the sales literature. The front of the machine has a place for TIG consumables and there are cutouts where tubes of filler rod can be stored next to the gas cylinder. The AC TIG is a nice feature not found on some of the multi-purpose machines. The ability to use 115 or 230 V power is a very nice feature.
    ConsThe machine cost more than I set out to spend, but it seems worth the extra.
    By Jason
    Bellingham, Washington
    Awesome
    June 20, 2015
    This machine does it all. Very easy to use and the weld quality is excellent.
    ProsEasy to use.
    ConsNone
    By joex
    longview tx
    sync 210
    March 29, 2015
    It was what I expected

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