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Miller robots

Miller robots

Miller robots

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Hi. We have two kinds of Miller robots (MRH  with C2 controller, and MR1000 with and Alpha controller. Both are acr robot welders.). I know Miller welding was bought I believe by OTC, but I can't find anything about Miller robots in OTC site. Any help on where to get some help on Miller robots. We are located in Ohio.

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RE: Miller robots

I have no knowledge regarding your search, except that the Hobert site has some very helpfull people, they have helped me when my robot vendor could not, give them a try.

RE: Miller robots

Hi imaz: I seem to recall that Miller used (rebadged) an OTC robot, there are several companies that sell/service older robots check out the attached link. As far as I know OTC is still in business and may be able to help.


http://www.robots4welding.com/OTC.htm

see if your robot is pictured
Good Luck

RE: Miller robots

Hi imaz,

Miller Electric did dropped their OTC robot line. Their are several companies that can help. I found a very good Independent service and repair depot for all the Miller and OTC robots, including MRH with C2 controller, and MR1000 with and Alpha controller. They employee X Miller employees and are very knowledgeable with Miller/OTC Robots.
Their phone number is 920-993-0187
www.techsourceall.com

Hope this helps
Good luck


RE: Miller robots

Another place you can call is Industrial Control Repair
586-530-1241. They have alot of used Miller/OTC robots and robot parts. Hope this helps.

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