How to MIG Weld. “A grinder and paint makes a welder what he ain’t” – My dad So, you want to MIG weld? The first thing you’re going to have to do is start criticizing other people’s welds on the internet. This is the first step, and the best part […]
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Your welder is an integral part of the workshop and it can help you make almost anything you can think of. But when it stops working it seems to be at the worst time
MIG welding is a quick, strong way to weld metal and it works well for beginners to experts. One downside to MIG welding is that it produces a lot of sparks and spatter that can tend to stick to surrounding metal and clog the gas nozzle on your MIG welder torch. Read below as we show how to keep spatter from clogging your nozzle and from sticking to surrounding metal.
A set of MIG Welding Pliers are a must-have for your welding cart. While they look like a standard set of needle nose pliers they actually have a number of functions that you might not realize. We decided to list our top 4 favorite uses of our MIG Pliers.
We’re going to show you some tips and tricks to make you a better welder and some things to look out for along the way. One of the most important tips is to make sure that you clean the weld area really well when you’re welding and […]
When you are using an arc welding machine, you will need to understand what its duty cycle is as it will help you preserve the life and quality of your tool. On this page, you will learn about what a duty cycle is and how it is relevant to MIG […]
When learning to MIG weld, one of the biggest things you can do is to listen to the sounds your welder makes when welding; and also knowing what the error is when looking at a weld. Once you understand what to look and listen for, you will notice your welds […]
More so than MIG and ARC welding, TIG welding requires a lot more practice to be proficient in. There are a lot more ways to control the arc, puddle, and final outcome of your weld than with a MIG welder. Here are 5 tips that are essential to keep in […]