Boxmat Pro/Proi Pre-Install Document

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This document is a series of recommendations and specifications for the installation of the Boxmat Pro. To ensure a smooth installation and optimal performance from your Boxmat, please follow the recommendations and specifications precisely. Due to complications that may arise while under warranty, Miller Weldmaster Application Specialist will not install a welder into a site that is not adequately prepared. To avoid any postponements, please ensure that all requirements specified in this document are met before the Miller Weldmaster Application Specialist arrives. 

Selection and preparation of a site suitable for the installation of the client’s Miller Weldmaster Boxmat system is the sole responsibility of the client. Miller Weldmaster Corporation offers the following advice and specifications as guidelines for site preparation. The last page of this document is a PRE-SITE form that MUST be completed by the client’s authorized rep, and returned before installation can be scheduled. Miller Weldmaster will advise any changes that may be required in your site preparation, and establish an installation schedule. We at Miller Weldmaster look forward to meeting your staff and ensure a successful installation and training.

Boxmat Pro  
Height 77 inches
Depth 61 inches
Width 130 inches
Weight 6,160 lbs

Boxmat Pro Z-Layout_

Palletized Weight and Dimensions

Crated Boxmat

Weight: 6,600 lbs     *NOTE: The Boxmat is very heavy, a proper forklift is NECESSARY to lift the machine.

Dimensions: 157.4" L x 78.74" W x 84.65" H

There may be additional crates that ship with your machine depending on your specific order. If you need exact dimensions, please contact

2.0 Installation & Physical Plant Requirements 

2.1 Physical Plant 

If you would like assistance with the placement of your machine please email or fax to 330-837-2828 your work floor layout with dimensions. Be sure to include in your floor layout other pieces of machinery as well as power and air supply location. This will help with workflow concerns. 

2.2 Environment 

Because there is no RF energy associated with the Boxmat, the distance specifications to electronics are not prohibitive. The potential for RF interference exists in high RF emitting environments. 

2.3 Floor Plan 

The minimum floor space requirements are 12' x 26'. Actual floor space for maximum production capabilities is the desired goal. Most of the additional space should be allocated to an area in input and ouput of the Boxmat. 

3.0 Power Requirements 

The Boxmat can accept the following power sources: 

Warning: Only a qualified electrician should connect the electrical power and any local certifications above the normal electrical standards will be added at the expense of the customer.


20 amp - 230v    Three Phase    50-60 HZ 20 amp - 480v    Three Phase 


The requirement for AMPS may vary depending on machine requirements. Consult your quotation for the exact amount required. If outside the USA, your power configuration may vary.

The Boxmat is supplied with a suitable 25 AMP cable approximately 10ft (3M) in length. Due to the number of different style outlets available, the cord will not include a plug. You may choose to have your cord hard-wired into your power supply. It is recommended that your electrician use a junction box with an on/off switch and thermal protection. 

NOTE: The AC power must be supplied with an independent circuit breaker with the circuit ground isolated from other equipment. The power should be steady, constant and not susceptible to voltage fluctuations. In areas with unstable power sources, it is recommended that a power conditioning system (PCS) with a capacity of 6,500 watts minimum be installed.

4.0 Compressed Air Requirements

2 cfm @ 90 psi 57 liters / min @ 6 Bar

Due to the number of different style airline connectors, a male quick connect is not included. You will want to select a male quick connect with a 1/2” NPT (National Pipe Thread) to match your female quick connect.

Mini-Flexo printers requires a ¼” pipe thread.

NOTE: If you do not already have compressed air, a small portable unit capable of the above pressure and capacity will be satisfactory.

5.0 Shipping

When the Boxmat arrives at your facility, inspect the Boxmat and crate for signs of any damage that may have occurred during shipping and verify the package count against the packing slip If there is damage, file a complaint with the shipper and inform Miller Weldmaster immediately. If a damage situation arises, do not sign the shipping receipt of the carrier without documenting the details of the crate, machine etc. FURTHER, it is critical to take photos of the machine for damage compensation. If needed, schedule a freight inspector to be on site when the Miller Weldmaster Application Specialist arrives to install the system. 

6.0 Training & Installation

6.1 Committing Time 

In order for the training to be of any value, it needs the undivided attention of the operators and the uninterrupted use of the Boxmat. This means that the operators must commit all their time during the training session, and not try to do other work on the side. It has been our experience that by designating one or two responsible employees to take an active role in not only training but also learning all aspects of the welder will ensure a better production life out of the Boxmat. We understand that committing this amount of time can be very difficult in a production environment, but failing to do so can be costly. Two to three days for installation & training is what is usually required. It is a relatively small investment when compared to the machine down time and product waste that can occur when untrained operators are used. We will train on the basic functionality of the Boxmat. However, rate of production and confidence with your welder will be greatly improved with practice by your staff. It is your responsibility to become familiar with the welder and its capabilities. 

Therefore, we request that you plan for a minimum of ONE full day when scheduling. The technician installing and training will speak English. The translation to your native language will be your responsibility.

6.2 Install Timeline

Day 1

  • 9-10am: Machine overview (turning on machine, HMI and functions) 
  • 10-12pm: Leveling & Calibration of Machine
  • 12-1pm: Lunch 
  • 1-2pm: Setting up machine and testing  materials & box styles
  • 2-4pm: Maintenance Training
  • 4-5pm: Operator Training Begins

Day 2

  • 8-10am: Operator Training Continues
  • 10-12pm: Recipe Input
  • 12-1pm: Lunch
  • 1-5pm: Production

Day 3

8am-5pm: Production

6.3 Minimum Materials Required for Training 

The following is a list of materials required so that the maximum benefits of your training and installation can be met. 

1.Single and/or Double Wall B, C, EB, BC and/or E corrugated boards AS SPECIFIED ON BOXMAT QUOTE.

2. Enough material to run one or two hours worth of practice boxes or inserts. 

3. Enough material to make at least one of every box you produce.

4. Ink & Polymer Plate if Mini Flexo is Purchased

6.4 The Main Operator / Maintenance 

The Boxmat requires at least one main operator who will be responsible for the operation and maintenance of the Boxmat. The candidate should be a responsible employee and will need certain skills. He/she will be expected to be able to maintain the Boxmat and perform a routine maintenance. This person will also be the communication link with our Support Department, and should be capable of phone-assisted problem solving and basic repair. 

The main operator will be important to the operation of the Boxmat, and should be selected with great care. The main operator should possess basic hands on mechanical aptitude & some very basic technical background.

6.6 Other Operators 

In addition to the main operator, other operators will be required for more than one shift and as helpers. It is not necessary that these operators possess the skill level of the main operator. However, anyone working with the Boxmat should show a mechanical aptitude and have some experience with box making.

6.7 Goals for the Operators in Training 

To understand all the controls and functions on your Boxmat, understand and perform basic maintenance and to understand and be able to achieve a good box for each type of corrugate & to produce an end product in a timely manner.

 The below form must be returned before the Boxmat can be installed. Please return this form as soon as possible. Please read through each requirement, and complete the Pre-Installation Acknowledgement below to confirm you are ready for install:

1. I have the applicable power requirements. Please see Serial tag for correct power connection

20 amp – 480v, Three Phase

20 amp - 230v, Three Phase

2. The machine will be at the location of the shipping address for install.

3. The machine will be removed from crate (if not, please comment below why not).

4. Adequate machinery and a dock are available to unload Boxmat.

5. The air supply is in place and ready to be attached to Boxmat.

6. The power source is in place and ready to be connected the machine.

7. I have adequate compressed air, as referred to in the guide.

8. The correct measured incoming voltage of the electrical power source is (or will be) connected to the machine.

9. I will you provide all corrugate & employees needed for proper training.

10. Please leave comments in the below form if any special considerations are needed for this machine install, or if you have any questions that need to be answered before we are on site.

Your installation and training time are valuable. If you state that you have a power source, please ensure that it is connected prior to the MW Field Service Engineer is scheduled on-site. Any extra days required for the installation will be billed at our current shop rate per hour plus additional travel expenses. Thank you for your cooperation!



Pre-Installation Acknowledgment

Prior to scheduling your installation date, you must review and acknowledge that all of the above installation requirements have been met.