Mig welding is a process used to fuse metal pieces together using electricity and a filler rod containing the melted metal. It is also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding or Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW).
Mig welding is a fairly common procedure. A Mig welder operates by sending electricity through a small wire that then heats up to the point where it can melt two pieces of metal together. On some welders, this power source has been replaced with an arc, which generates the same type of heat as a mig.
It is the most common type of welding in the industry today, but it can be tricky to master. It takes a lot of practice to get good at this technique and even more patience when you’re learning how to weld with an arc welder, not to mention it can be hard on your back. So don’t worry about attempting any DIY, trust the Mig welding experts at BLV Engineering to complete your job on time and within budget, reach out to us today for a free quote and experience our 5-star customer service.