Miller MIG Welding Settings Chart

According to some consumers, the Miller brand of welders serves as the right tool for the perfect weld. But without knowing the settings of these devices, you might not get your expected results.

Now, are there special settings for tuning a Miller MIG? Well, there are special Miller MiG settings for various tasks including MIG welding. If you do not know these settings, then you will have to use a guide to get things done.

miller mig welding settings

In this article, we have listed some of the ideal settings for working with a MIG weld. So if you want to use your Miller welder for this purpose, you can scan through our post and choose your preferred setting.

Miller MIG Welding Settings Charts

Here is a chart showing the wire speed and voltage speed settings that suit Lincoln MIG welders. But before using these values, we suggest that you have a decent understanding of your preferred metal. Also, consider the amperage settings and the task at hand.

Miller MIG Welding Settings Chart for Solid Wire Welding ( Aluminium)

Material Thickness Wire Size (mm) Volt Setting Amperage Range Wire Speed Shielding  Gas
3.2mm 0.035 21-22 110-130 350 – 400 Argon
4.8mm 0.035 23- 24 140-150 425 – 450 Argon
6 4mm 1.2 24 – 25 180-210 350-375 Argon
7.9mm 1.2 26-27 200 – 230 400 – 425 Argon
9.5mm 1.2 26-28 450-480 450 – 480 Argon
11.1mm 1.6 28~29 280 240 – 270 Argon
12.7mm 1.6 29-30 290-200 290 – 300 Argon

 

Miller MIG Welding Settings Chart for Solid Wire Welding (Stainless Steel)

Shielding Gas

Material Thickness Wire Size (mm) Volt Setting Amperage Range Wire Speed Shielding Gas
1.2mm 0.035 21-22 50-60 120 – 150 Helium+Argon+CO2
1.6mm 0.035 19 – 20 70-80 180-205 Helium+Argon+CO2
2.0mm 0.035 20 – 21 90 – 110 230 – 275 Helium+Argon+CO
7.9mm 0.035  21-22 180 – 190 250-300 Helium+Argon+CO2
9.5mm 1.6 25-26 250-275 140 – 170 98% Argon/2% O2
11.1mm 1.6 26-27 275-300 170 – 200 98% Argon/2% O2
12.7mm 1.6 27-32 300-325 200 – 230 98% Argon/2% O2

 

Miller MIG Welding Settings Chart for Solid Wire Welding (Steel)

Material Thickness Wire Size (mm) Volt Setting Amperage Range Wire

Speed

Shielding Gas
0.8mm 0.8 15-16 40-55

 

90-100 75% Argon/25% CO2
0.9mm 0.8 15-16 50-60 120 – 135 75% Argon/25% CO2
1.2mm 0.8 18-19 70-80 150 – 175 CO2
1.6mm 0.8  19-20 90-110 220 – 250 CO2
2.0mm 0.8 20-21 120-130 250 – 340 CO2
3.2mm 0.9 21-22 140-150 280 – 300 CO2
4.8mm 0.9 21-22 160 – 170 320 – 340 CO2

 

Miller MIG Welding Settings Chart for Flux-Cored Welding (Steel) (Gas Shielded Flux)

Material Thickness Wire Size (mm) Volt Setting Wire Speed Amperage Range Shielding Gas
2.4mm 0.9 18-20 175 – 185 110 – 125 CO2
3.2 mm 0.045 20-22 210 – 230 140 – 155 CO2
4.8mm 1.1 21-23 235 – 255 155-170 CO2
9.5mm 1.6 29-30 350 – 400 330 – 375 CO2
12.7mm 2.4 30-31 180 – 210 430 – 470 CO2
15.9mm 2.4 31-32 230 – 250 490 – 525 CO2

 

Miller MIG Welding Settings Chart for Flux-Cored Welding (Steel) (Self Shielded Flux)

Material Thickness Wire Size (mm) Volt Setting Amperage Range Wire Speed
2.4mm 0.9 14-15 110 – 125 145- 155
3.2 mm 0.045 20-22 140 – 155 210 – 230
4.8mm 1.1 21-23 155-170 235 – 255
9.5mm 1.1 29-30 330 – 375 165 – 175
12.7mm 2.4 30-31 430 – 470 180 -210

 

Miller MIG Welding Settings  for Solid Wire Welding (Aluminum)

  • 2mm material thickness: 21-22 volts, 350 – 400 (Wire Speed)
  • 8mm material thickness: 23 – 24 volts, 425-450 ( Wire Speed)
  • 4mm material thickness: 24 – 25 volts, 350 – 375 Wire speed
  • 9mm material thickness: 26 – 27 volts, 425 Wire speed
  • 5 mm material thickness: 26 – 28 volts, 460 – 480 Wire Speed
  • 1 mm material thickness: 28~29 volts, 240 – 270 Wire Speed
  • 7 mm material thickness: 29-30 volts, 290-300 Wire Speed

Miller MIG Welding Settings Chart for Solid Wire Welding (Stainless Steel)

  • 2mm material thickness: 21 – 22 volt, 350 – 400 wire speed
  • 6mm material thickness: 19 – 20 volt, 180 – 205 wire speed
  • 0mm material thickness: 20 – 21 volt, 250 – 340 wire speed
  • 9mm material thickness: 26 – 27 volt,
  • 5mm material thickness: 21-22 volt, 140 – 170 wire speed
  • 1mm material thickness: 28-29 volt, 250 – 300 wire speed
  • 7mm material thickness: 27 – 32 volt, 200 – 230 wire speed

Miller MIG Welding Settings Chart for Solid Wire Welding (Steel)

  • 8 mm material thickness: 15 – 16 volt, 90 – 100 wire speed
  • 9 mm material thickness: 15 – 16 volt, 120 – 135 wire speed
  • 2 mm material thickness: 18 – 19 volt, 150 – 175 wire speed
  • 6 mm material thickness: 19 – 20 volt, 220 – 250 wire speed
  • 0 mm material thickness: 20 – 21 volt, 250 – 340 wire speed
  • 2mm material thickness: 21 – 22 volt, 280 – 300 wire speed
  • 8mm material thickness: 21 – 22 volt, 320 – 340 wire speed

Miller MIG Welding Settings Chart for Flux-Cored Welding (Steel) (Gas Shielded Flux)

  • 4mm material thickness: 18 – 20 volt, 175 – 185 wire speed
  • 2mm material thickness: 20 – 22 volt, 210 – 220 wire speed
  • 8mm material thickness: 21-23 volt, 235 – 255 wire speed
  • 5mm material thickness: 29 – 30 volt, 350 – 400 wire speed
  • 7mm material thickness: 30 – 31 volt, 430 – 470 wire speed
  • 9mm material thickness: 31-32 volt; 230 – 250 wire speed

Miller MIG Welding Settings Chart for Flux-Cored Welding (Steel) (Self Shielded Flux)

  • 2.4mm material thickness: 14-15 volts, 145 – 155 wire speed
  • 3.2mm material thickness: 20 – 22 volts, 210 – 230 wire speed
  • 4.8 mm material thickness: 21 – 23 volts, 155 – 170 wire speed
  • 9.5mm material thickness: 29 – 30 volts, 165 – 175 wire speed
  • 12.7mm material thickness: 30 – 31 volts, 180 – 210 wire speed

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  • Danny Saunders

    Danny Saunders is a tech enthusiast. He enjoys getting his hands dirty with the features and settings of tech products and pushing them to their limits just to know how to get the best from them and how well they can endure "abuse" without breaking down. He shares his findings on this blog.