What is Welding Wire

All bow welding processes use electricity to produce an extremely hot bow that melts the base essence of the common members. This creates emulsion. This emulsion is backed by another molten essence, that’s the padding essence. All bow welding processes use padding essence. With Stick welding (SMAW), it’s the carpeted electrode. TIG welding uses padding rods that are dipped into the weld pool. Still, MIG and FCAW welding processes use welding line. Welding line is the electrode in the welding process. This means that the electrical bow spans the gap between the face of the workpiece and the end of the line. It’s what helps initiate the bow. In addition to performing as the electrode side of … Read more

How does welding work?

How does welding work? How it works? Why weld? These are questions that need answering, if you’re curious about the world of welding. This post explains how welding works, its history, and what you should know before diving in. If you like this post, please consider sharing it, and commenting or liking it The Purpose … Read more

What is Welding School?

The welding school has been offering welding courses since 1980. Here at our welding school, we teach the best welding methods that lead to a career in welding. Our welding school teaches the following welding techniques: Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), TIG Welding, Stick Welding, Brazing, Aluminum Foil Welding, Plasma Cutters, MIG Welding, Oxy-Acetylene Welding, … Read more

What is MIG Welding

Mig welding is one of the most common welding techniques. In this guide, we have made it simple for anyone with no prior knowledge of welding to learn about mig welding. If you want to become a certified mig welder or are interested in learning more about mig welding, then you’ll need this guide. How … Read more

What is TIG Welding

TIG welding is the process of welding two metals together with a high frequency alternating current passing through the joint. This process produces a highly reflective, shiny bead of metal by heating it to an extremely high temperature. TIG welding is considered an advanced process because there are so many variables that affect how well … Read more