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News   November 4, 2003   by Ron A. Melihen

Miller Electric Demonstrates Welding and Cutting at SEMA SHOW

The need to make better welds and cuts is being addressed at the SEMA SHOW in Las Vegas Nevada this week.
The Miller Electric Mfg. Co.’s booth attendants will help anyone who would like to learn how to do their own welding and cutting and people interested in upgrading the skills they already possess.
Hobbyists and professionals who visit the booth will quickly find out that anyone can learn to weld and cut with Miller’s state-of-the-art, user friendly welding and plasma cutting systems.
"This hands-on display will benefit anyone interested in honing skills or learning the basics of welding and cutting," says Chuck Schroeder a miller company spokesperson.
Experts will demonstrate equipment such as the Millermatic, all-in-One Series, Spectrum series plasma cutters, Syncrowave , Dynasty and Maxstar Series TIG welding systems. Hand-on experience will be available after the demonstrations.
Auto hobbyists will get to see the Racer Series auto-darkening welding helmets. The series features helmets honoring the likes of Dale Earnhardt Sr. His helmet has a facsimile signature and his #3 Winston Cup emblem commemorating his seven championships.