What Is The Best Ratio For Welding? (Rod Size To Current)


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Mary Frederick Profile
Mary Frederick answered
In welding, there is no one size fits all rule as to rod size and current. A number of factors determine the specifics for a welding project. Because there are many rod sizes made of a number of different materials; the electrical current needed is based on a number of factors such as the degree of arc, size of flame, degree of heat needed and so forth.

Welding is a very dangerous activity requiring specific precautions to prevent, burns, poisonous fumes, overexposure to ultra violet light and electrical shock.

Welding is a process of fabrication, used to join materials together such as different tuypes of metal, but also some thermoplastics are used in welding.

Normally, in welding you have a diagram of the project and the specifications, clearly state: metals, rod sizes, electrical current required, the heat source and so forth. Even very experienced welders use this type information.
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Chips Ters answered

Welding is one of the main technological processes of modern production. It is difficult to imagine a construction or industrial sector that does not use welding technology. In some industries, the share of welding work reaches 65-70% of the total production time.

Now there are many different types of welders on the market, for various types of tasks, operating from both AC and DC, having different ratings, both for use at home (in the country, in the garage) and for professional purposes when working with various materials. And they may all have different reviews. To choose the best inverters for manual welding, you should know exactly what their varieties are. It is described in more detail in this review https://www.auditpowertools.com/best-mig-welder/ .

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Anonymous answered
I think china is providing the 80% of  welding equipment to whole.All welding machines like Plasma Cutters, Tig Welders, Mig Welders etc are made by China.

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