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video shows the difference in travel speed ranges for mig welding and smaw stick welding

MIG Travel Speed and Enter the MIG180 GAW

MIG welding has a much wider range of travel speed than Stick

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One of the big benefits to wire fed processes like mig welding is the wide range of travel speed that is possible.

Stick welding is a great process for one off type jobs or outdoor welding, but imagine if you had to weld 1000 parts on a turntable and you wanted to make a profit. You would probably chose a wire fed process like short circuit MIG, spray transfer MIG, or some other wire feed process like metal core.

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Billy - July 9, 2024

Great site ,, well balanced views n no BS!!

Richard LeFleur - July 8, 2024

I watch all of your videos. I don’t tigweld but do enjoy your content. You have a great mix stick, mig and tig. Thanks

Charles - July 8, 2024

Great video. Cut and etch is very informative. Mig and stick are the only processes I have on a hobby farm and use mig more often. Thanks for the video

dan - July 7, 2024

very informative welding videos. Well done and very helpfull,Jody

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