Mig Welder Machines for Mig Welding from The Welders Warehouse
Mig Welders are available across a fairly wide range of prices. It comes as no surprise that the more you pay the better the quality of Mig Welder you will get. This is not only the build quality of the Mig Welder, but also the ease with which it will produce good Mig Welds and the long term reliability of the Mig Welder. To get the best Mig Welding results, you need the right Mig Welder. If you're not sure what you need, please ask and we will suggest the best Mig Welder for your specific application. You can phone us or click the "Contact Us" link top right to email us. All our Mig Welders are fully supported by our after sales Technical Team, who are only a phone call away should you need help with your new Mig Welder. To offer some guidance on this page, we have classified the machines as DIY, Trade or Pro (Professional). DIY Mig Welders are ideal for the home workshop. TRADE Mig Welders are ideal for discerning home and Semi Professional users (eg Agricultural & Maintenance applications). PRO Mig Welders are ideal for Welding Professionals.
Mig Welders are still the most popular choice of welding machine for the DIY welder and industrial fabrication shops. A Mig Welder is easy to set up, and once set, simply requires the operator to master speed of torch travel and arc length.
A Mig Welder is capable of mig welding Mild Steel, Stainless Steel and Aluminium, although Mig Welding Aluminium should only be attempted by the experienced Mig Welder and results are limited.
The key advantages of a Mig Welder are high weld speed, ease of use and low cost. Disadvantages of a Mig Welder include less control over quality, fairly hard welds and possible mechanical problems if the Mig Welder's mechanisms are not kept in good working order.
Choosing the right Mig Welder is a balance between how much you can afford to spend and what you want the Mig Welder to be able to do. There is no point in buying a 130amp Mig Welder to run off a 13amp plug if you want to weld 10mm steel, because that Mig Welder simply won't be powerful enough, so be realistic about what you want your new Mig Welder to do. If you need any help with this, please do not hesitate to phone and speak to our Technical Department. Another consideration when choosing a Mig Welder is torch type. Mig Welders either have a Fixed Mig Torch, that is to say it is bolted to the machine and wired in, or they have a Euro Mig Torch. A Euro Mig Torch is found on almost all professional Mig Welders; they tend to be better quality Mig Torches and the Euro fitting means they can be changed in under a minute. Essentially, the Mig Welder has a Euro Socket on the front that the Euro Mig Torch simply screws on to with a hand nut. Despite their better quality, most Euro Mig Welder Torches are cheaper than replacement Fixed Mig Welder Torches.