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Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627

Code: 907627

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Mfg Industrial Price: $2,384.00
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Miller Diversion™ 180 TIG Welder 907627

The Miller Diversion™ 180 AC/DC TIG welder is a great upgrade for the DIY welder with the capability to be used on both 115V and 230V input power.



Process
  • AC/DC TIG (GTAW)

    Applications
  • Personal User Applications
  • Chassis/Frame Fabrication
  • Aluminum Oil Pans
  • Stainless Exhaust
  • Weld Repair on Home Equipment
  • Metal Art
  • Vocational Training



    Features
  • Easy-to-understand operator interface.
    1. Power-up
    2. Select material type
    3. Set material thickness range— then weld! It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3.
  • Inverter-based, AC/DC power source provides a more consistent welding arc while using less power. Portable. Whether it’s in the shop, garage or at the race track, at 50 lb they can be taken anywhere.
  • Diversion™ 180 includes RFCS-RJ45 remote foot control and a multi-voltage plug (MVP™) which allows connection to 115 or 230 V receptacles without tools. Choose the plug that fits the receptacle and connect it to the power cord.
  • HF start for non-contact arc starting that eliminates tungsten and material contamination.
  • Fan-On-Demand™ reduces noise and maintenance by lessening the amount of airborne contaminants pulled through the machine, while sufficiently cooling thermally protected internal components.
  • Portable. Whether it’s in the shop, garage or at the race track, at 50 lb they can be taken anywhere.
  • Auto-Postflow protects the weld end zone and electrode by optimizing post flow time based on welding amperage.
  • Advanced Squarewave AC provides a fast freezing weld puddle and deeper penetration.



    Comes complete with
  • Diversion™ 180 TIG welder with primary cord & MVP™ plugs
  • 12.5 ft (3.8 m) Weldcraft® WP17 TIG torch with backcap, ceramic gas cup, 3/32 in (2.4 mm) collet and collet body, and 2% ceriated tungsten
  • RFCS-RJ45 remote foot control
  • 12 ft (3.7 m) work lead with clamp
  • Smith® Argon regulator/flow gauge with hose
  • TIG Welding for Dummies book with content written by Miller



    Offer expires 1/31/15. Qualifying accessories MUST be Miller, Hobart, Smith or Weldcraft brands.

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

  • Download Diversion Spec Sheet (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)
    Download Diversion Spec Sheet (Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader)

    Miller Diversion Protective Cover 300579Miller Diversion Protective Cover 300579Diversion™ Protective Cover
    Protect the finish and value of your Diversion™ 165 or Diversion™ 180 TIG welder with a Protective Cover from Miller.


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    Code: 300579

    $51.00



    Miller Welding Helmet - Black Digital Elite Lens 257213Miller Welding Helmet - Black Digital Elite Lens 257213Get a $70 cash rebate from Miller with purchase. Offer expires 12/31/14. Miller Black Digital Elite auto darkening welding helmet operates in weld, cut, grind and X-Mode and has a 3 year lens warranty.


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    Code: 257213

    Mfg Industrial Price: $344.00Cyberweld Price: $251.00



    Miller Welding Jacket - INDURA Cotton w/Leather Sleeves 231080Miller Welding Jacket - INDURA Cotton w/Leather Sleeves 231080Miller Welding Jacket - INDURA® Cotton w/Leather Sleeves 231080


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    Code: 231080

    Mfg Industrial Price: $98.75Cyberweld Price: $88.90

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    Miller Welding Gloves - TIG Gloves 263347Miller Welding Gloves - TIG Gloves 263347Premium goat grain leather with cowhide cuff TIG gloves feature superior flexibility and dexterity.


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    Code: 263347

    Mfg Industrial Price: $29.99Cyberweld Price: $26.99

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    Miller Running Gear/Cylinder Rack 770187Miller Running Gear/Cylinder Rack 770187Miller heavy-duty cart/cylinder rack is perfect for smaller Miller and Hobart MIG welders, TIG welders and plasma cutters.


    Availability: Usually ships the next business day

    Code: 770187

    $183.00



    Miller RCCS-RJ Remote Fingertip Control 770669Miller RCCS-RJ Remote Fingertip Control 770669Genuine Miller RCCS-RJ remote contactor and current control for your Hobart EZ-TIG™ 165i or Miller Diversion® 165 & 180 TIG welders.


    Availability: Usually ships the next business day

    Code: 770669

    Mfg Industrial Price: $158.00Cyberweld Price: $142.20



    CylindersCylindersChoose inert shielding gas and CO2 cylinders for your MIG welder or TIG welder. Select Oxygen or Acetylene cylinders for your portable welding, cutting or brazing equipment.

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    Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627
    $1,876.00
    4.5 Stars based on 21 Review(s)
    John
    Las Vegas, NV.
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Magical welder
    March 27, 2014
    The good: I learned to weld in high school, and I took two years of gas welding. I own a stick welder, but I'm terrible at it. This Miller 180 is like magic. I was a pretty good gas welder, but this tig welder is so much better, it's incredible. My first project was welding dissimilar metals with different thicknesses. I used different tig rods, and everything worked perfect. The foot control is the cats meow, I love it. I bought a Miller welding helmet that automatically darkens when I start my welds, and it's magic too. The high frequency starts is incredible, it will send an electrical arc an inch or two if you press the pedal to the floor. Seriously, this will do anything it seems. The bad: They should have made it clearer that the torch only comes with a single size tip. You need to purchase all the sizes available so you can use the full potential of this machine. The torch, foot pedal, and welder is a perfect match. I love it.

    Ari
    Juneau, AK
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great purchase and delivery
    December 18, 2013
    Cyberweld has the best internet price, can't beat free shipping. D180, great tig machine.

    Steve
    California
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Love the 110 function. My old 220 sucked the power.
    November 23, 2013
    I bought this because my 220 Miller machine was blowing the breaker on 1/4 inch aluminum. This machine welded it with only 110. I would recommend this unit. Not so happy with the finger controls.
    Pros:
    110 and 220. Very easy to use. Comes with everything.
    Cons:
    None

    Mike
    Greenacres, WA
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Miller Tig Welder
    September 21, 2013
    Product shipped immediately. I love it. Easy set up. I'm new with this type of welding so it takes a little practice. But enjoying it!

    John
    NJ
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Diversion 180 tig
    July 8, 2013
    Over all a great machine.
    Pros:
    Operation as I expected, flawless. Hope it last for years. Used with a generator 220 volts no problems.
    Cons:
    Only one thing working at 120 amps the torch will get pretty warm, had to take a breather. Also you will need a 30 amp breaker at 110 volts @120 amps, longer than 10 minutes.

    Rob
    acworth, ga
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great welder
    June 2, 2013
    Ive had this welder for 2 years and its done everything I've needed it to do, for thick aluminum I just added helium and got smooth clean welds. As far as the torch and hose goes I've replaced with a more flexible hose and smaller torch from HTP. I've also changed out the foot pedal to a larger one with a lot more range for better arc control. May try a water cooler just for the fun of it.
    Pros:
    Welds great for hobby welders can change pedal, hose, torch
    Cons:
    No ac balance control

    Bill
    Potsdam, NY
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great Product and Puchasing Experience
    June 2, 2013
    Great price...fast delivery...welder works great! Thanks for an excellent purchasing experience.

    Mark
    Youngstown, Ohio
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Up and Running in No Time
    May 6, 2013
    This is a great addition to our shop and now gives us the ability to do high quality TIG welding in house. Our workhorse welder is a Miller 250 MIG to which we added a spoolgun for copper and aluminum welding.

    Frank P.
    Renton, Washington
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great welder!
    March 22, 2013
    Very easy transaction! fast shipping, great communication
    Pros:
    Easy to use, perfect for home / shop use, small does not take up a ton of space. easy set up.
    Cons:
    Comes with gauges for gas flow, would be much better with a flow meter,

    pablo
    san francisco ca
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    so good
    March 21, 2013
    if you know weld tig you will see how great is this welder,,,,
    Pros:
    everyting it `s good about this machine,,,
    Cons:
    nothing,,,

    Shawn P Kelley
    Greenville, SC
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Up and running
    February 26, 2013
    I haven't welded in over 10 years. Was more of a stick and MIG welder when I did weld. I learned TIG enough to have great respect for it. Within a few tries I was producing beautiful well penetrated welds on .125"+ mild steel and stainless steel. Thin material is giving me real trouble but I suspect that is because I was a structural welder and rarely attempted thin material. I have very little experience with Aluminum. It is a strange animal and is also giving me real trouble. It is like it doesn't want to form a puddle until it is ready to completely disintegrate.
    Pros:
    It is easy to use and set-up. There are not any settings that I am unsure of. I know when the machine is set-up and I need to quit messing with the controls and work on my welding.
    Cons:
    low duty cycle The post gas flow setting seems to waste a lot of gas on my volume challenged bottle.

    Matt
    Los Angeles, CA
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    This Machine Rocks
    January 10, 2013
    I've got this one and a Miller Dynasty 200DX that costs about 3x as much. I still use this one more. The DX kills on aluminum, but the 180 does steel really nicely. Love the ergonomics on the torch, the foot pedal is great, and that it just uses an (easily replaceable) ethernet cable is awesome. Only complaint is that the postflow is too long. Other than that, it works really well.

    Rico
    Reno, Nevada
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great Welder!
    November 21, 2012
    I always wanted to try TIG and this machine seemed like the way to go. Easy to use and certainly excellent for a beginner.
    Pros:
    Dual voltage, foot control, easy set-up, great value, high quality, excellent price on Cyberweld
    Cons:
    Slow shipping, hassle if billing and shipping addresses are not the same

    Phil C.
    Austin, Texas
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great Welder!
    November 1, 2012
    I haven't tig welded in many years and I'm not a professional welder, but this welder has made it easy. My welding cart was my first project. I was able to make it out of stainless steel thanks to the ability of the DIV 180 to weld so many different types of metal. I'm still trying to perfect my methods, but some of my welds looked professional and although I was getting better with practice, the welder made it easy to produce professional looking welds. I honestly think this would be the perfect welder for the money if they only would have put a flowmeter instead of a pressure regulator in the deal, especially since every spec I found related to flow and not pressure.
    Pros:
    Great price! Great welder! Miller reputation
    Cons:
    A pressure regulator is provided instead of a flow meter.

    Doug DeSeife
    Eastvale, CA
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Very Happy!
    October 29, 2012
    I was looking for a GTAW for home / garage use. A friend on mine has the Dynasty 200 and was very impressed. I just did not want to fork out $4000 for a set up. After reviewing the Diversion 180 on multiple web sites an Youtube I decided to give it a shot. Oh another factor was my garage was wires for 230 / 30 amp. ( Perfect for the 180 ) Wow I'm happy with the performance! I've had the unit for about 1 month now and completed 2 projects. A welding bench and a pedestal for my bench grinder. And even though Miller states 3/16" max on steel, I had no problem welding 1/2"
    Pros:
    Affordable Small and easy to move 110/220 volt Made in America
    Cons:
    Not being able to change to a different weld torch.

    James
    Prince George, Virginia
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    very good buy
    October 17, 2012
    i do alot of side welding on aluminum on motorcycles and dog boxes and boats. it runs a very steady arc and smooth start and stops and the automatic cut off on the torch saves argon. it was well worth the buy.

    Axel
    Cleveland
    4 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Simple and effective
    May 9, 2012
    The only thing missing is a frequency adjustment for AC welding. For my fabrication work this welder works great. It does run on 110V, but its a bit doggie. Runs very well on 230V. Gas post flow is a bit long and there is no adjustment for that. The gas regulator could use a cfm gage, it only has a pressure gage.
    Pros:
    Light weight Portable Simple Relatively powerful with 180A on 230V Quiet fan operation, smart energy design
    Cons:
    No AC frequency adjustment No gas volume gage, only pressure gage Power cord could be longer

    Joe H
    DFW, TX
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Ultimate personal use TIG machine.
    March 11, 2012
    So far I've really liked this welder. Having used mostly MIGs, this is indeed my first and the purchase was well worth it. I've welded mostly Aluminum with it (4340 and cast parts). The steel stuff I had I've fusion welded it and have worked very well. The weld quality turned out excellent (prep work has a lot to do with it also). For a personal/hobby use, you can't go wrong here. It is an AC/DC inverter welder and to guys who are used to traditional transformer TIGS may be blown away with what it can do with a 115V plug. My MIG is a MillerMatic Passport (also an Inverter based machine purchased here at Cyberweld) and after seeing how easily maneuverable the MIG was I knew the TIG I were to purchase would be a Miller Inveter machine. For half the cost of a Dynasty 200DX, the Diversion 180 is definitely not half the machine.
    Pros:
    Half the price of the Dynasty 200DX and isn't half the machine. Comes with foot and finger tip current control. The on-off finger switch has unique controls (refer to manual). The machine is luggable, comes with cart plans and does AC welding. Settings that most beginners are not able to understand and adjust are fixed ( pre-flow,post-flow, positive/negative balance and frequency) and quick reference card in front allows you to setup the remaining parameters at a glance within seconds.

    Joe K
    Lincoln Park N.J.
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Joe kubisky
    March 11, 2012
    great additive to my home shop. does exactly what i needed it to do
    Pros:
    light weight and mvp plug says it all
    Cons:
    nothing

    Eric
    Southwest Ohio
    3 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great welder for the money, sort of?
    March 9, 2012
    I wanted a smaller maching comming down from a Miller Sycrowave 200 to the Diversion 180. It does work and does everthing it is suppost to do but I was'nt happy with it and have since sold it at a loss. I only used it less than 30 days. I will save my cash till the Dynasty series comes down a little in price.
    Pros:
    Size and weight make it really portable.
    Cons:
    I know price is a factor but "all" tig welder need adjustable frequency if your messing with aluminum.

    Jose
    Little Elm, TX
    5 Stars
    I would recommend this item to a friend.

    Great Welder, Great Shop, Great Experience!
    March 3, 2012
    Every single forum I went to described purchasing this item as ither the bigest mistake you could get yourself into or not a good move. If you are into production (AKA welding every day for long periods of time) maybe this is not it. But if you are like me, I just don't see where you could go wrong. As of today, I have not even once hit the alleged duty cycle capping. The welder has performed under stress for all of my practice runs. I am glad I went with the 180 instead of the lower level as the added pedal and ability to use either 110 or 220VAC is one utter must! Buying from Cyberweld was also a pleasing experience. Item took a little bit longer than I anticipated but it was Christmas week, so what can I expect? Even with all the latencies associated with the season, I got my item in a very reasonable time.
    Pros:
    Current control with both hand torch and pedal current digital display 110 VAC and 220 VAC power plug
    Cons:
    Cannot think of any dislike!




    By j bean from bridge city texas on March 1, 2013
    is this product 100 % american made?
    By Customer Service on March 4, 2013

    Answer:
    Miller advises that the Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907460 is made completely in the USA
    By Customer Service on March 4, 2013

    Answer:
    Miller advises that the Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907460 is made completely in the USA

    By Michael from SoCal on October 16, 2013
    Whats the best Made in America Tig welder for my home shop auto restorations needs? Which include:
    Welding thin steel body panels, typically 12 to 19 ga
    Steel attachments & brackets made from plate not thicker than 1/4"
    Welding aluminum tubing, and aluminum sheet up 3/16" thick
    Piecing together stainless tubing headers and exhaust
    Are all Miller Welders Made in America or only certain models?

    By Customer Service on October 17, 2013

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 would not be a bad choice however it will not be able to handle the 1/4 " material.. The Miller Syncrowave 210 would be an upgrade to the Diversion. It will handle the thicker materials and also has Stick welding capabilities which would allow you to weld even thicker material if needed.. Of course this up grade has a price. The Syncrowave is priced at $2549.00 while the Diversion is priced at $1832.00.. The Syncrowave is also upgradable and expandable through future software upgrades. Both machines as are most Miller welders are made in the USA

    By Alek from Moor par California on February 3, 2014
    Is there any warranty on this welder

    By Customer Service on February 4, 2014

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 is covered by Miller's 3 year warranty

    By Tim from Colorado on December 8, 2013
    Can I use the Spoolmate 100 with the Diversion 180?
    By Customer Service on December 9, 2013

    Answer:
    Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 is a tig machine, you can not put a spoolgun on it.

    By Anthony Goodrum from Irvington, Alabama 36544 on January 14, 2014
    Please explain the rebate offer from Miller just a little bit more. Does it mean that If I buy the Diversion 180 at $1832 also buy the cart at $179 and the protective cover at $50 on the same ticket from you---does this mean I'm going to get a 10% rebate certificate for the amount of $210.06 that I can send to Miller & get a check in that amount??
    Assuming all this is done before the 3/31/14 cutoff date.
    Also, is there tax added to my bill living & shipped to my AL residence??
    By Customer Service on January 14, 2014

    Answer:
    If you purchase the Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 ,the cart ,and the cover, complete the rebate form, and send it into Miller you will receive a check from Miller for an amount that is 10% of the total sale ( approx. $210).. There are no taxes charged on items shipped to AL

    By Mike from Stanwood,washington on August 11, 2012
    can you use a foot control with this if so how much for it instead of the finger control...thanks
    By Customer Service on August 13, 2012

    Answer:
    Yes, you can use a foot control with the Miller Diversion 180. The Miller RFCS-RJ45 Remote Foot Control, part #300432 is $149.40 on Cyberweld with free standard ground shipping. Here is the link to the item:

    http://store.cyberweld.com/rfrefoco.html

    By Dave from Chico on March 25, 2014
    I have 208v Single Phase Power available in my shop.
    Can I run this Diversion 180 machine on 208 voltage?
    By Customer Service on March 26, 2014

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 should be able to run on 208 volt.. However you may have problems if your voltage was to drop much below that
    By Customer Service on March 26, 2014

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 should be able to run on 208 volt.. However you may have problems if your voltage was to drop much below that

    By Jonathan from Tacoma, WA on August 14, 2012
    The description says it comes with a foot control, but there is no foot control pictured. Which is correct?
    By Customer Service on August 15, 2012

    Answer:
    Yes, the Diversion 180 does come with a foot control. Thanks for the heads up on the photo. We were using an older version. The new image with the foot pedal is now on Cyberweld.

    By nate from reno on February 18, 2013
    What is the maximum recommended thickness of aluminum that this machine can weld, single pass?
    By Customer Service on February 21, 2013

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907460 is rated at 3/16" aluminum in a single pass

    By Rich L. from Lords Valley Pa. on December 14, 2013
    I just ordered and received this machine. I ordered it based on the Specs and description in the current 2013 Miller catalog. All is good, however the Miller catalog claims all Diversion models come with a start-up video. I didn't receive that, and also the Diversion model is supposed to come with a Weldcraft LS17 torch with finger controls. I didn't receive that either. This was packaged with a std Weldcraft torch w/o finger controls. Not too bummed about the video, but one of the reasons for my selecting this model was the torch with built in finger controls......
    So, my question is why was my Diversion 180 packaged and sent with different/missing items than Miller claims it comes with??
    By Customer Service on December 16, 2013

    Answer:
    Miller changed the Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 package late in the summer of 2013.. The changes included replacing the LS17 torch with a standard WP 17 torch and also deleting the video.. The revised package appeared on our site approx. Sept 1.(once all of our inventory with the LS style torch was gone).Since that date we have only sold the revised package and our site has always reflected these changes.. The Miller 2013 catalog was released in January of 2013 and was never reprinted and up dated when these changes happened and as with all printed material the information published is subject to change

    By Tim from newport News Va. on January 5, 2013
    Will this welder also stick weld? Thank you.
    By Customer Service on January 11, 2013

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907460 does not have a stick weld option.

    By steve Ritschdorff from Chicago on August 26, 2013
    Since I plan on using in my unheated garage, what is the recommended minimum operating temperature?
    By Customer Service on August 26, 2013

    Answer:
    Miller advises that the Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907460 should be good down to 20 below

    By John from california on August 3, 2014
    do you have the diversion 180 110V/240v with finger tip control on the tig?
    By Customer Service on August 4, 2014

    Answer:
    No.. Miller longer manufactures the Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 with the tig torch with the built in finger tip control..The Miller RCCS-RJ Remote Fingertip Control 770669 is available as an accessory to provide finger tip control if needed.

    By Jason from Charlotte,NC on October 7, 2013
    Is the Miller Diversion 180 compatible with the Miller Running gear 770187?
    By Customer Service on October 7, 2013

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 is compatible with 770187 cart

    By Jeremy from Pensacola, FL on February 24, 2013
    What is the reccomended input amperage for the diversion 165 and 180?
    By Customer Service on February 25, 2013

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907460 will draw 26.5 amps on 115 volts and 20.5 volts at 230 volt.. The Diversion 165 will draw 25.5 amps at 230 volt

    By John from NJ on June 16, 2013
    What size collet comes with the tig tourch.? So I can order tungston size.
    By Customer Service on June 17, 2013

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907460 comes set up to use 3/32 tungsten

    By Dan from Charlotte, NC on April 4, 2013
    What is involved to swap from welding steel to aluminum with this machine? I assume you would need different shielding gas. Does it have multiple regulator inputs?
    By Customer Service on April 5, 2013

    Answer:
    To tig weld aluminum or steel with a Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907460 you use 100% argon for both. No need to change cylinder gases.To change from steel to aluminum all you have to do is push the material selection button on the from of the machine and it switch from DC weld ouput to AC weld output for aluminum

    By bob from NY on June 18, 2013
    When using the foot pedal does it go from zero to ful amperage or, from zero to max depending on where the amperage dial is set?
    By Customer Service on June 20, 2013

    Answer:
    When using the footpedal with the
    Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907460 the footpedal will control amperage up to max set on the dial

    By Rpap from Denmark WI on April 1, 2014
    I do not want a foot control can I swap it out for a miller fingertip control
    By Customer Service on April 2, 2014

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907627 is sold as a package and there are no deletions or additions permitted. You can purchase the Miller RCCS-RJ Remote Fingertip Control 770669 as an option

    By Dan from San Diego on December 10, 2012
    Will this machine weld copper to copper?
    By Customer Service on December 12, 2012

    Answer:
    The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder 907460 can be used to weld copper however because of the thermal conductivity of the copper the maximum thickness you can weld will be reduced


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