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welding or GMAW is the most efficient welding process. It
uses a welding wire electrode that is fed automatically
at a constant speed. A short ARC is generated between the
base metal and the wire, melting the welding wire and joining
the base materials together. The continuous process produces
high strength welds with excellent aesthetics. MIG welding
uses a gas shielding process in which gas is fed through
the welding torch and acts as a shielding agent at the ARC.
The gas prevents oxidation of the base metal. The type of
inert gas used depends on the base metal to be welded. MIG
welding is easy, clean and effective on both thin gauge
and thick plate base metals.
wire feed welding, also known as FCAW, is slightly different
than MIG welding, as it does not require a shielding gas.
Gasless welding employs a flux-cored welding wire. The flux-cored
wire produces its own gas shield as it burns. This form of
welding also is simple, efficient and extremely effective
for welding outside in windy conditions, as no gas is required.
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