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MIG Welding Defects

November 20, 2018 @ 3:54:pm

Typical weld defects found in MIG welding are lack of fusion, burn through, crater/ crater cracks, undercut and porosity in the weld metal. These defects can be caused by a number of factors, such as wire feed, speed, travel speed, improper voltage, improper shielding gas, improper shielding gas flow rate, along with defects that occur from improper welding techniques, improper weld preparation and defective equipment. Read More →


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MIG Welding Transfer Methods

November 14, 2018 @ 1:55:pm

In MIG welding, there are four different basic modes to transfer weld metal (filler material) across the arc to the base material. These transfer modes are Short Circuit, Globular, Spray Arc and Pulsed MIG. Read More →


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MIG Welding vs. TIG Welding

November 09, 2018 @ 2:50:pm

MIG and TIG welding are two of the most common methods of arc welding in which uses metal electrodes and an inert gas to shield the weld area from contamination. Read More →