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Find and buy MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding machines from verified suppliers on IndustrySearch. A MIG welds metals by forming an electric arc between a constantly fed consumable wire electrode and the workpiece metals, while shielding the weld with an inert shielding gas.

Things to consider when buying a MIG welding machine:
  • Know your application - Important factors to know before getting started, are the types of materials you need to weld, material gauge (thickness), welding speed & productivity requirements, cost constraints, portability needs, environment conditions and specialized application requirements.
  • Estimate your required current (Amp) range - Lowest and highest available MIG Amp settings are equally important for welding thin and thick materials respectively. A rule of thumb is roughly 30 Amps are required for every mm of material thickness. Choose a machine with an appropriate lowest Amp setting for thin materials, and for thick materials make sure the machine has at least 30% higher power output than estimated, to avoid overheating issues.
  • Choose for appropriate duty cycle - Duty cycle indicates how many minutes out of 10, a MIG welding machine will continuously operate at full power. MIG welding machines for industrial use should have a duty cycle of at least 30%, to avoid overheating issues and welding downtimes.
  • Consider specialized application equipment - Specialized MIG welding equipment is available for a variety of applications, such as attachments for welding pipelines and vessels, torches that reduce operator strain, MIG welding machines with a small form package for increased portability, machines that offer automation options and many more.
  • Choose for quality - Some popular brands include Lincoln Electric and Kemppi
Contact our vendors for a free quote or expert advice on MIG welding machines. Delivery available Australia wide.
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Find and buy MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding machines from verified suppliers on IndustrySearch. A MIG welds metals by forming an electric arc between a constantly fed consumable wire electrode and the workpiece metals, while shielding the weld with an inert shielding gas.

Things to consider when buying a MIG welding machine:
  • Know your application - Important factors to know before getting started, are the types of materials you need to weld, material gauge (thickness), welding speed & productivity requirements, cost constraints, portability needs, environment conditions and specialized application requirements.
  • Estimate your required current (Amp) range - Lowest and highest available MIG Amp settings are equally important for welding thin and thick materials respectively. A rule of thumb is roughly 30 Amps are required for every mm of material thickness. Choose a machine with an appropriate lowest Amp setting for thin materials, and for thick materials make sure the machine has at least 30% higher power output than estimated, to avoid overheating issues.
  • Choose for appropriate duty cycle - Duty cycle indicates how many minutes out of 10, a MIG welding machine will continuously operate at full power. MIG welding machines for industrial use should have a duty cycle of at least 30%, to avoid overheating issues and welding downtimes.
  • Consider specialized application equipment - Specialized MIG welding equipment is available for a variety of applications, such as attachments for welding pipelines and vessels, torches that reduce operator strain, MIG welding machines with a small form package for increased portability, machines that offer automation options and many more.
  • Choose for quality - Some popular brands include Lincoln Electric and Kemppi
Contact our vendors for a free quote or expert advice on MIG welding machines. Delivery available Australia wide.
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