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Welding Machine Review [2020 Edition]: 10 Best Welding Machine Brand in India [Links Inside+Expert Tips]

When you need to construct or repair a metal structure, you need a welding machine. Choosing such a device is no easy task. Shop such a welder, for you need a mind-boggling exercise, which BRAND suits you. I aim to help you to choose a welder best in its ability and low in cost. I have chosen the following few welder brands for you. Lincoln Electric Founded – 1895 Headquarters – Euclid Ohio Founder – John C Lincoln Total assets 2011 – 1.98 billion USD Number of employees – 10000+ Lincoln Electric finds a slot in top welding machine brands. It is a century-old brand and begins with a capital of 200 USD in Ohio and stretches its wings to 59 manufacturing points in different 18 countries. Their distributors and sales offices expanded worldwide in 160 locations. Lincoln leads globally in best welding machines and manufactures brazing, soldering alloy equipment. They are best with their plasma and oxyfuel cutting machines. They are a leading supplier of consumables like electrodes, wires, cables, and torches. The brand supplies handy and portable welders with commendable post-sales service. The quality, looks, stability, durability, and availability is their hallmark.  Heavy fabrication, automotive, transportation, pipelines, offshore,

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Inverter Welding Machine  

It is interesting to know that how a welding machine works by inverter technology. The inverter is actually an electronic system which regulates the voltage. The AC power supply in the case of the Inverter welding machine converts to a low usable output voltage. The obvious advantage of inverter welder is its size which is very compact, light in weight, portable which can be easily transported in a briefcase. They are sleek as the used transformers are very small, compact and durable. Advantages:  We find the inverter welders are better as they produce a much more stable arc as compared to the arc by DC transformer welders. The inverter welders are more efficient, portable and have a more stable arc. The welding output on DC polarity is a better option than AC polarity which is always a second option in the welding process. The DC welding is a far better option over Alternating Current once we are welding steel with a smooth and very stable arc. In DC welding the start is much easier, few arc outages, minimal spatter. The DC welder is very good in the vertical welding and overhead welding process. The inverter welder by nature is such a handy thing that it can run on a generator even. The need for 160 amp output maybe 7-8 kVA and for output of 200 amp.the generator capacity maybe 8-10 kVA.

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What is Welding?

Welding History The welding is a technique used to join the metallic parts with the application of heat. In olden time iron used to manipulate into useful shapes like welded blade-shaped by Arab armors at Damascus Syria as a sword. The welding was developed at the end of the 19th century but a real attempt to use welding on large scale happens during world war 1. The oxyacetylene process was developed by the year 1916 and still used with elan. The major improvement since the beginning is in the equipment and safety. The modern electrode initially was introduced in 1907 with bare wire coated with minerals and metals and Arc welding was not used universally until world war 11 when a sudden need was required. The long before Arc welding the resistance welding was invented in 1877 by Elihu Thomson for joining by spot, seam and projection welding. In the year 1920 Butt welding was developed to join rods and bars to make a chain. In  1940 Tungsten electrode was introduced for fusion welds. In the year 1948, another gas shielded process of wire electrode introduced. Recently many new ways of joining like friction welding, diffusion welding, ultrasonic welding, and laser welding have developed.   Basics of

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Spot Welding

The spot welding is one of the very old processes of welding. It used to be a choice of welding in industries where the overlapping of the sheets of metal requires like steel vehicle bodies. This process of welding primarily welds sheet up to 3 mm of thickness. The strength of the joint depends on the number and sizes of the weld spot. The diameter of spot weld ranges from 3mm -12.5 mm The definition of spot welding in simple words is ” the process of welding for overlapping metal pieces at very small points by applying pressure and transmitting electric current “ The process of spot welding completed in the three following stages. The weld head of power source directs its electrode towards the surface of the metal to be welded and pressure/force is applied The electric current is passed through the electrodes to the material sheet or workpiece to be welded The time to remove the electric current in the electrodes but a force/pressure to continue at the workpiece until it becomes cools and solidifies. The basic unit for the spot welding process consists of a power source, weld head with electrodes. The range in weld times is 0;01 to 0.63

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Welder with Generator

Welding Generator The welding is being faced by unique challenges and one of them is worksite with no power back up or unreliable and erratic power back up. This situation is quite prevalent in India and other parts of the world. The welder with a generator uses gasoline, diesel, petrol, fueled engine incorporated to an electrical alternator to produce power to run ARC, TIG, MIG welding. These welders are typically used outdoors and can be transported and held on trucks or trailers. The auxiliary power generated with the generator can be a help to run power fans, air compressors, electrical tools, electric lights, blower, etc. This can be used as a backup generator outdoor as well. Brands Available The few of the welder with generators are available in the market. The brands available in the market are Lincoln Electric, Miller Electric, Tomahawk, Cruxweld, and Hobart champion. Every brand has unique features but Cruxweld has a universal appeal where the quality and cost of the equipment are making a balance. We provide a quality product with a very competitive cost. We have developed the AC and DC generators with shockproof components. They are designed meticulously stable and durable. Features, a welder

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Five Steps To Improving Your Stick Welding Technique

The welding process which uses electricity to create heat to melt the metals and lead on to joining of these metals. The stick welding has many disadvantages like lower efficiency, need skilled user, and unsuitable for thin metals. There are some very common issues with the stick welding like spatter a common and unwanted side effect with porosity, undercut, deformation, cracks, slag inclusions, incomplete fusion & penetration, and wire delivery delay. The new welders who do not weld every day the stick welder known as shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) machine is really a difficult process to learn. The experienced welder once working makes the stick welding looks easy welding process. The beginner and the welder who wish to deliver better result with stick welding needs to pay attention to the basic five rules for the betterment of the welding results. They are the current setting in machine, length of the arc, angle of travel, speed of travel, and manipulation of the electrodes. Preparation for Stick welding – To begin with, stick welding first cleans the surface by wire brush or grinder for the better results. There should be a clean spot for the work clamp. A stable, solid and good

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