MIG Equipment (CV)

MIG welding, also known as gas-metal arc welding (GMAW), is a process developed in the 1940s that is considered semi-automatic and uses electricity to generate heat, an electrode to fill the joint, and a shielding gas to protect the weld from the air. A MIG welder uses a constant DC current while continuously passing wire and gas through the welding gun and leads as the gun's trigger is depressed. It is most commonly used in manufacturing environments where production requirements are high.

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