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The Best Welding Method Depends On The Job At Hand

Did you know that there are over 30 different types of welding processes? That can make it tough to say with complete certainty that one welding method is the absolute best, hands-down. The fact is, NO welding method is the absolute best – that’s why we have 30 different methods in the first place! The…

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Laser Cutting and Welding

Laser cutting and welding, like the names imply, use lasers to get the job done. Laser optics and computerized controls direct laser beams to the material being worked on. Depending on the material and the parameters that are set, the beam can melt, burn, cut, or vaporize the material leaving a very high-quality edge finish….

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Oxy Fuel Welding

Oxy Fuel Welding (OFW) is short for oxyacetylene welding. The process uses a fuel gas, usually acetylene, and oxygen to weld and cut metals. It’s one of the oldest of welding methods, though it has declined in use with the rise of arc welding. Today, we see Oxy Fuel welding and cutting most often used…

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Advantages and Limitations of Submerged Arc Welding

The names for welding techniques are pretty straightforward…stick welding uses a stick electrode, flux core welding requires a flux core, etc. From a practical naming standpoint Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) is no different. In Submerged Arc Welding, the arc zone is fully submerged beneath a heavy layer of flux material. The process protects the weld…

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All About Stick Welding

Stick Welding, also referred to as Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) or covered electrode welding, is one of the most popular types of welding. It’s suitable for indoor or outdoor welding, can be used on any type of metal, and is also one of the simplest types of welding, making it among the easiest to…

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