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The benefits of MIG/MAG welding
- Low heat transfer, which prevents metal distortion
- Low risk of inclusions when laying a bead
- High welding speed
- Good protection against oxidation
- Suitable for all welding positions
- Very high weld quality
- High production speed
- When a welding robot is used, even higher production speeds are possible
- It can be a low-cost welding method when CO2 is used
- When using CO2 (MAG) it is a less expensive welding method
What is MIG welding and what is MAG welding?
The difference between MIG and MAG welding is how the gas used. MIG stands for Metal Inert Gas and MAG stands for Metal Active Gas. The active gas (MAG) is cheaper than an inert (MIG) gas.
Applications of MIG/MAG welding
MIG/MAG welding is one of the most commonly used welding techniques. This welding technique has a wide range of applications and can be performed manually, semi-automatically or entirely by a welding robot. High productivity is the reason it is one of the most utilized welding techniques in the production environment.