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MIG/MAG welding dictionary

03 February 2021

QUICK, CONCISE information at the click of a mouse – the updated EWM MIG/MAG welding dictionary is available now to download on the EWM website.

With this dictionary, Germany’s largest manufacturer of arc welding technology provides a reference work that describes the welding procedure and all necessary materials, auxiliary materials and relevant settings. It also gives the reader information about the differences between the various welding machines, the special features of different materials and the benefits of new welding processes, all laid out using easy-to-understand, concrete application examples.

Readers will gain a deep insight into the MIG/MAG welding procedure and receive detailed information about new processes. A few examples include the innovative EWM welding processes, forceArc and coldArc, with and without pulse, and rootArc, the perfect solution for root welding.

The MIG/MAG procedure is suitable for a wide range of materials. As such, the welding dictionary takes into account the special features when using non-alloy, low-alloy and high-alloy steels, nickel-based alloys, aluminium and other materials.

Download at https://www.ewm-group.com/documents/misc/Welding_Dictionary_MIG-MAG.pdf

 
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