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What is MIG Welding

MIG welding is a smart choice for many welders. MIG welders are less expensive to buy and easier to master, making them a great choice for beginners. Even so, they deliver fast, clean results and power and features comparable to TIG and stick welders. 

What is TIG Welding

TIG stands for tungsten inert gas, which refers to the welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode and inert gas (usually argon) to create a weld. A TIG welder is a machine that facilitates this process.

What is Stick Welding

Stick welders, also called SMAW, are the main component in a type of welding that has been used for a long time - and with good reason. Known for creating super-strong welds, SMAW is ideal for very thick metals.

FAQ's Welding

What type of materials can I weld with a MIG welder?

MIG welding can be used to weld a variety of materials, including steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and nickel alloys.

What type of metals can be welded with a TIG welder?

A TIG welder can be used to weld a wide variety of metals, including steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass, and copper.

What kind of metals can be stick welded?

Stick welding, also known as shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), can be used to weld a wide range of metals, including steel, stainless steel, cast iron, and some non-ferrous metals like copper and aluminum.

Can I use any kind of shielding gas with my MIG welder?

Not all shielding gases are suitable for MIG welding. The most commonly used shielding gas for MIG welding is 100% argon for welding non-ferrous metals, and a mixture of argon and carbon dioxide for welding steel. Shielding gas selection is dependent on the material being welded.
Are there any special techniques to ensure the best results when welding with a wire feed welder?
To ensure the best results when welding with a wire feed welder, it is important to maintain a consistent distance between the tip of the welding gun and the workpiece, as well as a consistent travel speed. It is also important to clean the workpiece thoroughly to remove any contaminants that may affect the quality of the weld. Finally, be sure to choose the right wire size and shielding gas for the material being welded.

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Welding Supplies

Welding Supplies: Equipment, Tools & Parts for Welders A welder is only as good as the welding equipment and supplies they use. When you don't want to compromise or cut corners, WeldingMart has everything you'll need to get the job done. Professionals and weekend DIYers alike appreciate our selection - it's unmatched, quite frankly. From consumables to multi-process machines , our digital aisles are a welder's dream-come-true. 

Whether you use TIG, MIG, stick or another process - or you need the versatility to finish any project - we have equipment to match your welding expertise. If you're new to welding or are looking to finish the occasional DIY project, we have plenty of affordable welding accessories that won't burn up your budget. For professional fabrication shops, our welding equipment can help you complete even the most demanding custom jobs from start to finish. 

Those looking for high-quality welding protection gear will be pleased to know that we provide a vast array of equipment such as welding helmets, gloves and even tarps to protect the objects around you. The protection of our customers is priority one, which is why we only source our products from the most trusted brands in the welding industry. 

Welding is a science, but we also recognize that masters of the craft bring a level of artistry to the trade. And we allow them to be the best at what they do by offering the best welding equipment and supplies available. That's why you'll only find the most respected brands in our lineup, including names like Lincoln Electric, Miller and others. When you're in the market for welding tools, you really can't go wrong by shopping at WeldingMart. 

Because we value our customers deeply, we strive to ensure that every part of their shopping experience is perfect. While it starts with our vast selection, it doesn't end there. Our customer service is class-leading and far exceeds what you may expect or are used to. Should you have any kind of welding question related to the products we carry, we have welding experts that will be at your service ASAP. We partner with our customers because the WeldingMart name carries years of history with it, dating back to its founding in 1999 and even prior. 

Lincoln Welding Machines, Parts and Safety Equipment 

Count on Lincoln Electric welding machines cutters and more from WeldingMart for impressive performance and durability. If you are looking for a Lincoln Electric welder or a Lincoln Electric welding product, you can find any Lincoln welder equipment you can possibly think of by shopping at WeldingMart. As the world's largest online distributor of Lincoln Electric products and one of few authorized exporters for this respected company, we have an impressive Lincoln welding catalog. 

Lincoln Electric has been the world's welding expert since 1895, manufacturing everything from welders to protective gear. The company got its start in 1895 when two brothers developed a unique direct current electric motor for industrial applications. Now, the company is recognized across the globe for offering powerful, reliable welding equipment that handles job after job. You are in good hands with WeldingMart and Lincoln Electric. Weld more efficiently and easily with our huge inventory of this global manufacturer's innovative products. 

Our online store has hundreds of Lincoln welders at great prices. We carry every type of welder there is, including MIG, TIG, stick and arc welders. In addition, you can get multi-process welders, engine-driven welders and multi-operator welders that can be used by several people at once. Lincoln plasma cutters enable users to cut through the same metals they weld, making these machines the perfect combo for metal fabrication. Keep your welding system up and running with an array of replacement parts and upgrades for new and old models alike. We also have filler metals, torch tips and other consumables and accessories. Both Lincoln and WeldingMart also look out for your personal safety with stylish welding helmets and fume-extraction systems. All Lincoln welders, plasma cutters and helmets ship free in the U.S., and we also offer discounts to schools so they can use the best equipment for training. 

If you can't find what you're looking for or have questions, we're ready to help. Our welding experts are just a toll-free phone call, email or instant chat away. They have decades of experience working in the welding industry just like you, and have plenty of tips, tricks and recommendations they can share to help you be a better, more productive welder.