Stepping away from inverter technology, the Migmatic range uses stepped voltage technology, with models available in 'traditional' Base or deluxe (DX) pulse versions. The deluxe model offers a multitude of welding programs for mild steel, stainless and aluminium. The beauty is in the ease of set up.
Here's a run down of your options:
-Migmatic 175. Welds up to 5mm (240 volt input). Not available in DX version.
-Migmatic 220. Welds up to 6mm (240 volt input).
-Migmatic 250. Welds up to 6mm (415 volt input)
-Migmatic 300. Welds up to 8 mm (415 volt input)
-Migmatic 380. Welds up to 12mm (415 volt input)
Understanding MIG Welding
The MIG welding process can either be partially or fully automated and it is a popular approach because it offers an increased level of adaptability and efficiency. It is perfect for use with the following materials: carbon steel, aluminium, stainless steel, ferrous and non-ferrous metals, and most alloys.