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Stick Welding Equipment

Stick welding or Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) equipment for mild steel, low alloy, stainless, cast iron, and hardfacing for repair, maintenance, and fabrication.
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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.

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FAQ's Stick Welding

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.

Is it possible to use a stick welder on thin metal?

While stick welding can be used on thin metal, it is not the best method. The high heat input can cause warping and burn-through. Other welding methods, such as TIG or MIG, may be more suitable for welding thin metal.

How much does a typical stick welder cost?

The cost of a stick welder varies depending on the brand, model, and features. Entry-level models can cost around $200, while more advanced models can cost over $1,000.

What are the different types of stick welders?

There are several types of stick welders available, including AC, DC, and AC/DC models. Some stick welders also have additional features such as digital displays, adjustable amperage control, and hot start technology.
What are the benefits of using a stick welder compared to other welding methods?
Stick welding is a versatile welding method that can be used in a variety of environments, including outdoor and remote locations. It also requires minimal equipment and can be used on dirty or rusty metal. Stick welding is also cost-effective compared to other welding methods, making it a popular choice for DIYers and small welding projects.

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What is Stick Welding

A portable stick welder from WeldingMart will offer you long-lasting reliability for projects involving thick metal. Use our category filters for even more convenience while you shop for just what you need to keep 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. Good for working in the shop, it is also popular for use at construction sites and other outdoor areas, because it can be done during wet or windy weather.

Another benefit of stick welders is that they cost less than many welding alternatives. Stick welders are used for welding mild steel, stainless steels, low alloys and cast iron for repairs, maintenance and fabrication. But don't be fooled: a SMAW welder is not just affordable welding equipment. It's a powerful tool for handling tough jobs.

If you are looking for a SMAW welding machine, look no further than WeldingMart. Our line of portable stick welders and other SMAW welders includes some of the most respected brands in the industry. Whether you're looking for an affordable and effective stick welder under $300 or you're going to spring for a feature-packed stick welder priced in the thousands, you'll find it in this selection.

We carry more than a score of stick welders for shielded metal arc welding, providing you a great choice of stick welders made by leading brands, including Lincoln Electric, Miller Electric and Forney. But that doesn't mean you have to pay more. Some of these machines are available at discounts over our low everyday prices, and many are eligible for free shipping.

What kinds of projects have you thinking about purchasing a stick welder? Contact our staff of experts today. They have decades of collected welding experience and can point you toward a machine that's perfect for your needs.