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Mig Welding instructions:

September 13th, 2008

Mig welding tips presented hereafter review important aspects and point to special features of this popular process, officially designated as GMAW – Gas Metal Arc Welding.

The still popular name MIG (Metal Inert Gas) was initially adopted when the inert gases used to weld aluminum were only argon or helium. Later on, the introduction of mixes of active gases like oxygen, hydrogen and carbon dioxide to weld other metals too, suggested the need to drop the word “inert” from the description, with the adoption of the accepted new name.

Although Mig-welding-tips should be universally known, being the process quite diffused, widely popular and successful in numerous applications, it is contended by no less authority than Ed Craig, a universally acclaimed world expert, that unfortunately many misconceptions still limit its use.

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