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  • October 5, 2022

    How to Weld Cast Iron With a Mig Welder?

    Cast iron is one of the best all-around materials for welding. Despite its size, it is easy to work with, doesn't corrode or rust, and can withstand high temperatures. However, did you realize that welding is just as challenging? Consider...

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  • October 3, 2022

    What Is Undercut Welding, And Why Is It Used?

    Welding is joining two pieces of metal or other material such as concrete, plastic, or fiberglass. "Undercut welding is a process used to create a fillet weld, which is the joining of two flat surfaces by melting and flowing filler...

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  • September 29, 2022

    Which Gas is Used for Mig Welding?

    An electric arc is used to fuse metals in MIG welding. Although it is utilized in many other sectors, the automobile sector uses it most often. This essay will discuss the many fuel types used for MIG welders and how...

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  • September 28, 2022

    What Does a Good Weld Look Like?

    Welding is one of the most important parts of any manufacturing facility. But what does a good weld look like? The article will take you through a few types of welds, helping you decide what a good weld should be....

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  • September 27, 2022

    The Ultimate Guide to Arc Welding

    An Arc Welder is an electrically-powered tool welds steel, copper, and aluminum effectively. The MIG (inert metal gas) and stick (or flux-cored) machines are the two most common types of arc welders. Suppose you are a professional in welding or...

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  • September 24, 2022

    What is the duty cycle in welding?

    A machine's duty cycle, or in this example, the length of time a welding tool can run at a particular power output, is measured. The length and quantity of welds performed during a specific period dictate the variable duty cycles...

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  • September 23, 2022

    The Evolution of Mig Welders

    Arc welding using a consumable electrode beneath a shielding gas is known as MIG welding. The pieces to be connected are shielded from the environment by an inert gas (MIG welding) or by an active gas, and the arc is...

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  • How to become a certified welder
    September 23, 2022

    How to become a certified welder

    It can be among the most fulfilling professions in the world. But if you don't proceed with caution, you can come to regret your choice. Always choose your professional route wisely and understand what you're getting into before you sign...

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