MIG welding uses a wire welding electrode on a spool that is fed at a selected speed. Created by an electrical current between the metal and the wire, the arc created melts the wire and joins it together, producing a high-strength weld with little clean-up. MIG welding is one of the easier welding processes to learn and can be used on thin or thicker plate metals.

MIG welding applications:

  • Aerospace
  • Auto Repair
  • Automotive Manufacturing
  • Boat/Yacht
  • Commercial Truck and Trailer
  • Construction
  • Hobbyist.
  • Education/Training
  • Fabrication
  • Farm and Ranch
  • Heavy Equipment Manufacturing
  • High Purity Processing
  • Infrastructure
  • Maintenance and Repair
  • Manufacturing
  • Mechanical Contracting
  • Metal Art
  • Racing/Customizing/Restoring
  • Railcar
  • Shipbuilding

Popular Machines:

  • Miller Millermatic®
  • Miller Deltaweld®
  • Miller Invision™
  • Lincoln Idealarc®
  • Lincoln Power MIG®