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Category: Mig Welding

Choosing a Mig Welder

Friday, 9th August 2019

A simple guide to choosing a Mig Welder. The article is written for those with little or no knowledge of Mig Welders.

Gas Vs Gasless Mig Welding

Tuesday, 21st May 2019

Gas vs Gasless Mig Welding, which is best? is a conversation I have with customers on the phone on an almost daily basis. Gasless Mig Wire Firstly, let me clarify that “Gasless” Mig is not actually gasless.  There’s no such thing as gasless mig welding.  The weld pool has to be protected from the oxygen […]

10 Tips to Improve your Mig Welding

Wednesday, 24th April 2019

Mig Welding is not a difficult process to master, but unless you get the basics right, it can be torturously frustrating! These 10 Tips to improve your Mig Welding help. Ensure your Mig Welder is in good working order; by that I mean making sure the Torch and Work Return (Earth), lead connections are clean […]

Welding Aluminium with Mig

Tuesday, 20th February 2018

Firstly, Mig Welding Aluminium with a general purpose Mig Welder is not ideal, a DIY type machine is even less suitable. The best type of machine to weld Aluminium with is an AC/DC Tig Welder Having said that, with the right set up, most Mig Welders can be used for welding aluminium (more or less), […]

How to Adjust Mig Welder Wire Feed Roller Tension

Tuesday, 20th February 2018

What is Roller Tension? Mig Welder Wire Feed Roller Tension is how tightly the Rollers Grip the Mig Welding Wire to feed through the Mig Welders feed mechanism and torch.  Feed Roller Tension is one of the more important mig welder settings. If you’re more of a watcher than a reader, I’ve produced a video […]

Mig Welding Gas

Tuesday, 20th February 2018

Mig Welding Gas is required because it’s essential to keep Oxygen from the weld pool. Shielding gas does this by replacing the Oxygen containing air that’s all around the weld pool. Categories of Mig Welding Gas Mig Welding Gas falls into two basic categories, “Inert” & “Active”. Inert means the gas has no effect on the […]

3 Easy Steps to Perfect Mig Wire Feed Speed

Friday, 17th November 2017

Mig Welders are relatively simple pieces of equipment and are easy to use, the key is getting the machine set up correctly in the first place.  Key to this is the setting the wire feed speed correctly. A lot of smaller machines on the market, BlueMig BM-150T for example, have a helpful Chart, indicating the […]

Gas Flow Rate for Mig

Monday, 6th November 2017

What’s the right Gas Flow Rate for a Mig is a question we get asked a lot, but like many things in welding, there’s no definitive answer. The correct Gas Flow Rate for a Mig will depend on a number of factors: The diameter of the Gas Shroud The joint configuration Whether there is any […]