MIG Welding Machines
Synergic Mig inverter welding machines are standard in the industry now. The more advanced digital control machines have many options to improve efficiency and reduce costs but it can be confusing to understand and compare. It may help to review: Synergic Welding Explained.
Just as there was a big leap forward from transformers to inverters, the new High Speed Resonance inverter welding machines promise even greater efficiencies. Developed by LORCH of Germany, these innovative technologies not only improve speed but other key welding parameters to optimize productivity.
LORCH was awarded "The Best New Welding Product Supplier" in the 2018 Welding Worlds Awards for the uniquely innovative MicorMIG range of welders with MicorBoost and NFC technology. Learn more about LORCH here: LORCH Smart Welding
LORCH MicorMIG Range of 300-500 Amp MIG machines
Powerful MIG welding machine fully optimized for Australian and New Zealand conditions.
Very customizable. Available as a compact model or with a remote wire feed unit, strengthened industrial casing; gas-cooled, or water-cooled variants.
High-efficiency resonance inverter, Near Frequency Communication technology for upgrading or job management, and Lorch Wi-Fi Connect technology for big data management makes these machines the most technologically advanced GMAW (MIG-MAG) and FCAW systems on the planet.
Don't be put off by the technology though - these machines are simple to operate, dependable, and robust - everything you want in a welder.
The CIGWELD Weldskill 250 is one of the largest single phase transformer Mig machines in the NZ market.
Designed for the tradesmen, farmer or DIY handyman that needs consistent, quality welds.
CIGWELD welding machines have a long history in the NZ market and a reputation for reliability and robustness.
The Weldskill 250 provides excellent arc performance with solid and flux coated welding wires and can be used for welding with gasless wires.
The CIGWELD Weldskill 350 is a three phase MIG welder with the option to add a wire feed unit and be able to weld from either the machine or the wire feeder at the flick of a switch, which can save a lot of set up time on some jobs.
Lighter than many other comparable welding machines of its size.
350amps @30% duty cycle, runs 0.6mm - 1.2mm wires with ease.
Really good robust welder for small workshops, repair work, farms, where three phase power is available.