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Q6. What are the general guidelines for selecting a welding machine?

A. "You can use our selection widget: Welding Finder to find the right welding machine for you. Some additional factors to consider.
• What do you want to weld
• What is the current availability AMP and AC/DC
• what type of ventilation do you have (Gas/Gasless welding
• Thickness of metal plate needing to weld.
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Q7. What are the 3 main types of welding?

A. The most common welding procedures are MIG (Metal, Inert Gas), Stick or GMAW (Gas, Metal Arc Welding), and TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas).

Q8. Can we use welding machine at home?

A. Yes, some welding machines are fit for home use. Please ensure you consider factors such as your budget, ventilation, metal to be weld, thickness, power source, etc before deciding to buy a machine. A good all-purpose MIG welding machine suitable for home use is Welder- 05710 and a Stick welder Welder- 05705

Q9. Which is better stick or wire welder?

A. This depends on the application and the welding environment. A Stick welder is more portable, where as a MIG welder is faster in terms of speed. MIG can be used to weld Aluminium where as Stick can weld cast Iron or rough surfaces. You can use our recommendation chart to understand what welding type is more suitable for your own needs.

Q10. Can you plug a welder into a regular outlet?

A. At-Home Welding Electrical Setup Lower-voltage welders (13 amp) may be connected into a conventional outlet, but higher-voltage welders require larger connections, such as those found in industrial appliances. You can use our Welding equipment Finder to find the most appropriate welder for the power output in your home/workshop.

Q11. What is the difference between a MIG and TIG welder?

A. Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) is a type of weld where arc is carried to the workpiece via a non-consumable tungsten electrode. Where as in a MIG welder, the arc is developed between a consumable wire that doubles as an electrode and a filler and the metal surface.

Q12. What is welding?

A. Welding is a manufacturing method in which two or more pieces are fused together using pressure, heat or both, and then cooled to produce a joint. Welding's purpose is to create a strong bond between two components. Welders use a strong filler component to hold metals or thermoplastics together. A weldment is the name given to the fully welded joint.

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