Jul 20, 2021
What to Know About Pulsed MIG Welding and Filler Metals for the Process
For manufacturers looking to make improvements in the welding operation — whether it’s reducing spatter and cleanup, decreasing the time spent on rework or fixing bead profile issues — pulsed MIG welding can deliver results. It offers the opportunity to introduce benefits that help save time and money and increase productivity.
To ensure success in implementing the process, it’s important to understand how pulsed MIG welding works and how to determine what filler metal — metal-cored wire or solid wire — is the best choice for a specific application.
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