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SHIELDED METAL ARC
WELDING (SMAW) – STICK
Welding skill level: moderate
This process uses a consumable electrode
to support the arc. Shielding is achieved by
the melting of the outer flux coating on the
electrode. Filler metal is obtained from the
FLUX-CORED ARC WELDING
(FCAW) – GASLESS
Welding skill level: low
A process that uses a wire-fed welding
machine. Metals are melted and joined
by heating them with an arc between a
continuous, consumable electrode wire and
the workpiece. The weld is tubular with
flux material contained inside the shielding.
Added shielding may or may not be supplied
from external gas or gas mixture, depending
on the type of flux-cored wire being used.
GAS METAL ARC WELDING
(GMAW) – MIG
Welding skill level: low to moderate
A process used with a wire-fed welding
machine. Metals are joined by heating them
with an arc, which is between the continuously fed filler metal electrode (solid wire) and
the workpiece. Externally supplied gas or gas
mixture provide shielding.
GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING
(GTAW) – TIG
Welding skill level: high
This process uses welding equipment with
a high-frequency generator. The arc is
created between a non-consumable tungsten
electrode and the workpiece. Filler metal may
or may not be used, and argon inert gas or
intert gas mixtures are used for shielding.
Ev 9 (151942), April 28 to May 10, 2020
A welder that does more than one process.
Some do TIG, stick and MIG, while others do
TIG and stick. Multi-process welders offer
you the most bang for your buck and they
don’t compromise on power. Ideal for the
hobbyist, do-it-yourselfer or small contractor
who wants to do MIG welding and more,
including stick, TIG and flux-cored welding.
It’s an efficient and easy way to have all
common welding processes in one compact
unit. Great for all skill levels, these machines
are extremely, so user-friendly and can do the
whole range from simple to advanced welds.
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