How does welding process work?
What are the 4 types of welding?
What is the science behind welding?
Start by attaching a grounding wire to the welding material. Then an electrode gets attached to the piece you weld and an electrical arc is generated between the two points, creating a high-temperature area that melts the metal and the filler, creating a uniform joint.
How does welding current flow?
What is the strongest weld?
What does MIG and TIG mean?
What voltage do welders use?
Is a welder AC or DC?
What voltage is used for welding?
How many amps do you need to run a welder?
Why DC current is used in welding?
What does inverter mean on a welder?
How do I know what size welder I need?
- A 140-amp unit can weld up to about 1/4” steel.
- A 180-amp unit can weld between 3/8” and 5/16” steel.
- A 200-amp unit can weld between 5/16” steel.
- A 250-amp unit can weld 1/2” steel.