Best 3 Welding Machines for Car Repair
Own a body shop? Into building custom rat rods? Or maybe you just want to restore an old car to its former glory? Whatever your situation, you're going to need the right welder for the job. You've come to the right place for that!
Repairing a car won’t require as much attention to detail as a restoration, so you can rest easy knowing your car will be road worthy with repairs done using a stick welder. The results will be probably be somewhat messy compared to other forms of welding, but the weld will be strong.
For restorations, a MIG welder is the best choice. MIG welding is easy to learn, fast, and makes overhead welding a breeze. It’s perfect for working on cars in any position.
If you're doing any detailed work on thin metal, like a custom aluminum dashboard, you'll want a Miller TIG welder. TIG welding has a steeper learning curve, but once mastered enables you to lay down gorgeous, precise welds.
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