Advice on welding
Advice on choosing a welding device
When buying a welding device, there are many factors you need to keep in mind. Do you want to be able to easily carry the welding device, so you can use it at different places? Which functions do you need in order to make your welds as beautiful and strong as possible? Not every welding device is suitable for welding aluminum, for example. We'd love to give you advice on the different types of welding devices, so you can get to work in the most ideal way.
Advice on welding techniques
The 3 most frequently used welding techniques are arc welding, TIG welding, and MIG/MAG welding. Each techniques has its pros and cons. TIG welding is a technique that requires a lot of practice, for example, but yields great-looking welds. In this article, we'll tell you everything you need to know about the different techniques before you get started.
Advice per material
Although nearly any material can be welded together, they do require certain welding techniques. When welding aluminum, you need a pulse function on the welding machine, for example. Yet, you don't need this function when welding steel or copper. You can find the most frequently used types of material, and the accompanying tips to weld them, in the different articles listed below.
Advice on protection
When welding, you need more than just a welding device. Protective clothing and accessories are equally as important in order to safely finish your finish. Painful and irritated due to welding flashes can be prevented by wearing a welding helmet. You can protect your hands and lower arms from sparks and spatters by wearing special gloves. We'd love to provide you with thorough advice on this.