How A MIG Welding Machine Works - MIG Welding Basics | Everlast Welders
Time to spark the conversation, How a MIG welder works
We're going to discuss the basics of MIG welding and howa MIG Welder works.
MIG (Metal Inert Gas) is the welding process of using a continuous feeding wire that uses an electric arc. The consensus is the MIG welding is easier to learn as well as faster to lay down a weld.
MIG welding machines continuously feed a spool of welding wire that melts fusing both pieces of metal together. MIG is also very versatile in that you can weld a variety of metals such as carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, magnesium, copper and other alloys. Thickness can vary from thin sheet metal to medium thick plates.
To setup and load MIG welding wire, view the video below.
Here we're showing you an example of MIG welding to replace a trailer hitch.
MIG Welding is a very popular form of welding for the ease of use compared to other forms of welding. Choosing the right MIG welding machine is critical based on your experience and type of welding you plan to do. If you have any questions about which welding machine is best for you, contact us.
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