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Plasma arc welding

The plasma arc welding procedure is usually compared to the gas tungsten arc process. If an electric arc between a tungsten electrode and the work is constricted in a cross-sectional area, its temperature increases because it carries the same amount of current.

TIG welding A-Z

TIG welding , called another name of gas tungsten arc welding, is an arc welding process that operates at high temperature (over 6,000 degrees Fahrenheit) to melt and heat metals.

Basic arc welding technique

Arc welding is the process of joining two metal workpieces together using a flux covered electrode which is melted in an electric arc and becomes a fused part of the pieces being welded.

Currently there are many types of welding machines come from the brands with the cost and quality

There are a huge variety of types of welds and the fillet weld is one of the most popular kinds of welds. Other types of welds can not miss in this list include groove welds, surface welds, plug welds, slot welds, flat welds, seam welds, spot welds, upset welds

How to choose a good stick welding machine?

Currently there are many types of welding machines come from the brands with the cost and quality . Each type of welding machine will have unique advantages and suit the needs of each customer.

Difference between MIG welding and MAG welding

MIG/ MAG welding is a method of welding metal arcs in a protective gas environment, also known as welding wires, CO2 welding. Gas Metal ARC Welding (GMAW) is another name of MIG/MIG welding

Soldering - Types and techniques

Soldering is a welding method to connect solid metal or alloy parts by means of a metal or intermediate alloy called a solder.

Advantages and disadvantages of MIG welding machine vs TIG welding machine

Nowadays, electronic welding machines are widely used in the mechanical industry. Depending on the purpose of use,...

Welding technique of aluminum and aluminum alloy

Aluminum is a light metal with a specific gravity of 2.7 g / cm³. Melting temperature of aluminum is 660 degrees Celsius. The thermal conductivity of aluminum is large (3 times greater than that of low carbon steel).