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Welding machines comparison

Postby Smiti » Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:55 pm

Hi,
Could you please give me your opinion regarding welding machines and more specific what is the most effective and efficient one?
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Re: Welding machines comparison

Postby Logosweld » Tue May 06, 2014 3:22 pm

i think welding machines are compared based on their own specific features and characteristics and how much they are efficient to do work
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Re: Welding machines comparison

Postby Logosweld » Thu May 22, 2014 5:08 pm

welding machines should be compared based on the various features like efficiency,flexibility and other specific features which reflects the capability of the welding machines
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Re: Welding machines comparison

Postby Logosweld » Fri May 23, 2014 3:36 pm

welding machine comparison should be done to find out the efficiency as well as the features of the welding machines
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Re: Welding machines comparison

Postby Logosweld » Fri May 30, 2014 3:24 pm

all comparison is about the features,flexibility,characteristics,behaviour and other specific features
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Re: Welding machines comparison

Postby Logosweld » Tue Jun 17, 2014 2:52 pm

The comparison between welding machines is mainly done on the basis of there effectiveness,long lasting workability and on the basis of the welding capability so basically on the basis of our need for that particular machine for the welding purpose defines all things.
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Re: Welding machines comparison

Postby claudconger » Tue Jan 19, 2016 11:09 am

Many hobbyist welders will consider purchasing an oxy-acetylene torch set-up so that they can both weld and cut metal and it offers some portability due to the lack of an electrical requirement, others may go with an AC or AC/DC stick welder using a 220 volt format as it offers a bit more power when trying to tackle thicker and heavier welding requirements and yet can in many cases be purchased for a minimal investment. As far as the cutting capabilities of welding machines, when you are using a rod that is classified as a "cutting or chamfering rod", these rods are, at best, very crude methods for doing cutting and chamfering, there are many other ways to cut that will do a superior job, yet, they will also require a financial investment. Wirefeed welders are very popular with hobbyists and there are a myriad of them out there to choose from. The 110 machines are a bit limited on welding power so you need to understand that they are mainly designed for lighter welding tasks, consider this as you decide on your choice. I will make an arguable point that the wirefeeds are much easier to learn to weld with, although they can have their challenges as with any hand/eye coordination type skill. Hopefully others will chime in here for you and give you many different and helpful suggestions. You may find though, as you begin to weld, that you might just get the bug a bit more seriously and feel the need to set up a full-blown welding shop. Have fun and regards
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