The Ultimate Welding Guide

The Ultimate Welding Guide

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Our Ultimate Welding Guide will help you break down everything you need to know about welding. Inside you’ll find full guides on MIG, TIG and Stick welding, PLUS plasma cutting. It also includes detailed settings for TIG and Stick machines, so you won’t have to waste time mucking around trying to find the right amps, you can just go with our tried and tested settings.

With this guide you’ll be able to:

  • Properly set up a MIG, TIG or Stick welder
  • Have a good understanding of what your machine’s settings do
  • Use the techniques learned to improve your welds
  • Understand and select the best filler metal and tungsten for your project
  • Troubleshoot some of the more common problems that occur
  • Pick the best safety equipment for the job
  • Plus, so much more!

Just getting started with welding?

Trying to step into the world of welding can be pretty daunting. At first glance, it just seems like all you’ve got to do is put a hot torch to metal and melt it all together. That’s not the case at all. Not only are there three different methods you can use to complete a weld, but each of them has its own methods and techniques and machines, and you get where this is going. It can be a lot.

So how will our guide help?

Our Ultimate Welding Guide will help you break down everything you need to know about welding. It includes full, comprehensive guides on setting up a machine for MIG, TIG and Stick welding. It also includes how to perform all three types of welding and the techniques used to produce a good, structurally sound weld. It covers basic troubleshooting for your weld, the filler wires you’ll need, how to pick a tungsten for TIG, how to prepare the tungsten, putting your torch together, plus a full list of recommended settings for TIG, Stick and MIG for every metal type and thickness.

On top of all that, it also goes over the safety precautions and apparel you’ll need for all welding and why it’s so important. The best part is you everything you need to know to get started is all in one place, right at your fingertips.