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Miller to Bring 2010 SEMA Show to Welding Enthusiasts Online


Miller Electric Mfg. Co. is offering a unique online destination for automotive fabricators and welding enthusiasts to follow the welding company during the 2010 SEMA Show, Nov. 2 to 5 in Las Vegas. By visiting, fans can get welding news and view exclusive interviews and points of interest from the show floor communicated through Miller’s extensive social media network on: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Flickr.

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Show attendees are also encouraged to visit Miller at booth #23913 in the Racing & Performance pavilion, located in the Central Hall of the Convention Center and ask for hands-on demonstrations of Miller’s newest generation of MIG welding, TIG welding and plasma cutting equipment.

Get Under the Hood, Try on the Gloves

Even if you’ve never welded before, Miller encourages visitors to "get under the hood" and try the company’s newest products, which will be set up for demonstration purposes. New products on display and/or available for demonstration include:

Diversion 180 AC/DC TIG welder: powerful and affordable, this easy-to-use welder can connect to 115V or 230V power and features a digital display for accurate adjustment of weld settings.


Millermatic 212 Auto-Set, also a 210-amp unit, but with a higher duty cycle for making longer welds on thicker material.

Spectrum 625 X-TREME, a 21-lb. plasma cutter with the power to cut 5/8-in. steel.

ArcStation, a welding workbench that offers an affordable and fully customizable workspace designed for a variety of both professional and hobbyist welding applications.

FILTAIR 130, a 46-lb. fume extractor offers the highest rated particle removal available in a portable unit, capturing sub-micron particles present in welding fumes.

Weld Bead Limited Edition Series Welding Helmet: Miller will officially unveil a new helmet featuring the Weld Bead design inspired by Doug Lamperski of Cheswick, PA, winner of Miller’s first ever Hood Hysteria Contest.


Arc Armor gloves, welding jackets and other protective apparel that offers an unmatched blend of style, comfort and performance.

Miller also encourages SEMA show visitors to bring their technical questions to the show, as the company’s welding professionals have decades of motorsports welding experience. Also announced during this year’s show will be the winner of Miller’s Hood Hysteria welding helmet design contest.

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