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  • Miller Welding and Cutting Tips for Gearz MIG Welding Tips If you have always wanted a welder, but don't know which process is best for you, the most logical choice for starting out is the MIG process. MIG welding is the easiest to learn and can be used for most common materials such as mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. The MIG process can be used to weld materials from 24 gauge (.024" thick) to 1/2" thick in a single pass.
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  • Miller Welding and Cutting Tips for Gearz Plasma Cutting Tip #2 Plasma Cutting Air Quality Trouble Shooting Plasma cutting has become very popular for anyone cutting metal in the garage, in the shop, or in the field. Plasma cutting equipment is getting smaller, more efficient and more cost effective making it a great tool for guys that have metal cutting needs. One of the most common problems that operators experience while using a Plasma cutting tool is premature wear of consumables (tips and electrodes) due to poor air quality.
  • To make a high quality TIG weld, cleanliness of the material is equally as important as proper technique. And when I say ?material?, I?m talking both the base material you are welding on AND the filler material you are using. The following are some good points to remember when preparing to make your weld:
  • Now that you have picked the perfect Millermatic MIG welder for your welding projects, it is time to cover some of the basic questions we get asked. What is the proper technique for MIG welding? If the machine is properly set, you should be able to find a steady travel speed that gives you a weld bead that looks similar to Figure 6. Finally, MIG welding takes practice. Grab some scrap material and weld, in no time you will get the feel for it and be making good welds.
  • Now that you have picked the perfect Millermatic® MIG welder for your welding projects, it is time to cover some of the basic questions we get asked. What type and size of wire should I use? This really depends on what you are welding. First you want to match your materials. If you are welding mild steel, aluminum, or stainless steel, make sure you are using the matching wire. Since steel is the most common this is what we?ll cover. With steel you really have two basic choices, solid wire and flux-cored wire.
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