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Arc welding has come a long way since the day in 1800 when Sir Humphry Davy first used a battery to produce an arc between two carbon electrodes. From welding railroad ties to building warships and armament in World War I, welding advanced rapidly throughout the 19th century. Over the years, technological advances have made arc welders more versatile, more powerful, and more effective.
Today, Welders Supply carries an extensive inventory of the best welding equipment available, at the best prices possible (and free shipping on orders over $300). Fabricators, auto repair shops, artists and hobbyists all across America count on Welders Supply for quality welding equipment and accessories. Whether your work is large scale or small, indoors or outdoors, we have the welding machines you need to get the job done.
About Welding Processes
Stick, MIG, and Flux Core welding use up the electrode attached to it when fusing metals together. With TIG welding, the electrode can be used multiple times. TIG is the process of a tungsten electrode coming into contact with a filler wire that is covered by a flow of inert or semi-inert gas. It’s similar to MIG, yet tends to be slower and cleaner. If you’re looking for a closer more precise weld, you’ll want to check out our TIG welders.