Welding in carbon steels with standard solid wire in protected atmosphere. Welding in inner angle These wires are welding in opposite polarity to the rest of the MIG-MAG welding. In this case the polarity of the gun is negative and the mass is positive, and the slag is eliminated as if it were an electrode. […]

Box dotting tack – TIG AC/DC WELDING

In many cases, when we talk to customers who ask us about their applications we reach the conclusion that it is not necessary to weld a part and that with quality and precision dotting it is sufficient for the application. To facilitate execution, we will use our rapid dotting system Very simple, just 2 parameters, […]

SOLID WIRE WELDING with Gala Mig 4007

Carbon steel welding with self-protected wire without the need for protection gas Valid for any other wire of this type. Ascending vertical welding. Descending vertical welding. Welding in stainless carbon steels. Welding in inner angle Welding in inner angle 5% magnesium aluminium welding Welding in inner angle Welding in flat inner angle with arc-spray for […]

Welding of stainless steel ferrule with low thermal input

Many of our applications seek to reduce thermal input we can achieve that thermal reduction from the initial part design phase. We are going to dot this stainless steel ferrule with our rapid system and we will compare the results with the dots already carried out with traditional system. We will also use our multi […]

TUBULAR WIRE WELDING with gas with Gala Mig 4007

protected atmosphere Welding in flat inner angle Welding in flat inner angle, using arc-spray for high penetration Welding in flat inner angle Welding in flat inner angle, energy arc for great penetration Stainless steel welding with tubular STAINLESS STEEL wire. Valid for any other stainless steel wires. Flat welding

Welding with TIG process on copper strip

We are now going to weld with TIG process on copper strip. Copper is characterized as being one of the best electricity conductors and this factor is decisive in its behaviour during welding. As the material dissipates the temperature very quickly we will need a higher welding current than normal, about 70 amps per millimeter […]