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Let’s walk through the Forney Easy Weld 100 ST This is a stick and TIG welder. Stick welding is a welding process that uses a consumable electrode to lay a bead. TIG, or tungsten inert gas welding, uses a tungsten electrode and an inert gas like argon. It’s often thought of as the more difficult […]
We understand you have a job to do. We’re here to help you do it right. What is welding? Well, welding is essentially melting metal together. It can be accomplished by a number of ways. The most common way to weld is through arc welding. When you’re arc welding there is actually an electrical arc […]
We understand you have a job to do. We’re here to help you do it right. So let’s take a look at some of the tips and techniques of MIG welding. Some types of techniques are called pushing or pulling. If I’m pushing a weld, I’m taking the MIG gun and I’m pushing the weld […]
We understand you have a job to do. We’re here to help you do it right. Stick welding is oftentimes referred to as stick welding because, well, this looks like a stick. It’s a metal rod with flux covering over top of it the current flows through the metal rod and as the current flows […]
Forney Industries has created a new line of welding machines the Forney Easy Weld. These machines were designed with the novice welder in mind they’re extremely user-friendly, affordable and are the perfect machine for the DIY welder. This is the Forney Easy Weld 125 FC, it’s a basic flux core welding machine, some people might […]
We understand you have a job to do. We’re here to help you do it right. MIG welding is a little bit of a slang term. MIG welding actually stands for Metal Inert Gas. In the case of true MIG welding you do need a shielding gas, but in the case of flux core arc […]
We understand you have a job to do. We’re here to help you do it right. TIG welding is significantly different from MIG welding or Stick welding. What happens in the case of Stick welding is you actually have an arc between the Tungsten electrode and the work piece, that arc creates the heat. In […]
“Stick Out” is a term used in MIG welding. The farther you hold the gun away from the work piece, the farther the wire sticks out. The amount of stick out affects the arc. The more stick out, the greater the chance of contaminating the weld due to shielding gas mixing with air.
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