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MIG WELDING

At Advanced Welding Supplies, we are proud to offer a wide range of MIG welding products to meet all your welding needs. Our MIG welders are built to last, with durable construction and advanced features that make them easy to use and maintain. We also offer a wide variety of MIG welding accessories, including MIG guns, welding wire, and shielding gas.

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SHORT CIRCUIT MIG WELDING

Short Circuit MIG welding, also known as short arc welding, is a type of MIG welding where the wire electrode intermittently touches the base metal, creating a short circuit. This short circuit then melts the wire electrode and forms a small puddle on the base metal. As the wire pulls away from the base metal, the circuit is broken, and the molten metal solidifies. This process is repeated, creating a series of overlapping puddles that form a weld bead. Short circuit welding is commonly used for thinner materials, such as sheet metal or aluminum. 


GLOBULAR MIG WELDING

Globular MIG welding is a type of MIG welding that uses a higher voltage and amperage than short circuit welding. In this process, the wire electrode is fed into the weld pool, where it creates a large droplet that forms on the end of the wire. This droplet then falls onto the base metal, creating a large puddle that cools and solidifies. The process is repeated, creating a series of overlapping puddles that form a weld bead. Globular welding is typically used for thicker materials, such as structural steel. 


SPRAY ARC MIG WELDING

Spray arc MIG welding is a type of MIG welding that uses a high current and voltage to create a spray of molten metal that is deposited onto the base metal. In this process, the wire electrode is fed into the weld pool, where it is melted and sprayed onto the base metal. This creates a smooth and uniform weld bead with minimal spatter. Spray arc welding is commonly used for thicker materials, such as carbon steel or stainless steel. 

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