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Different Types of Welding... http://www.weldingtipsandtricks.com/types-of-welding.html Tig Welding, Stick welding, and mig welding make up most of what you and I do at home in the shop. Sure there is gas welding, plasma arc welding, laser welding, electron beam welding, spot welding, and friction stir welding but Tig, Stick, and Mig is what Joe Welder does. Stick Welding is still called Arc Welding by a lot of people.
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4 of the main things you need to know for Mig Welding Aluminum are : http//:www.weldingtipsandtricks.com 1. you need a spool gun 2. push dont pull 3 spray transfer does not sound like bacon frying 4. use more stickout than you would for mig welding steel Mig welding aluminum is just plain more tricky than mig welding steel. Everything is a lot more sensitive. Wire feed, voltage, and even the flow of shielding gas makes a difference. You go thru a lot more tips....thats just part of the gig when you Mig weld aluminum
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