What are Welding Tools?
Standard supplies consist of a welding machine, safety equipment such as a welding helmet, mask, gloves, and other accessories like clamps, hammers, adjustable wrenches, and MIG pliers. Additional gear includes cutting equipment such as handheld grinders, chop saws, and cutting torches.
Useful Welding Tools and Accessories
Aside from your primary welding tools, such as the welder and your safety equipment, many other small tools will help you when welding. To get the best results, you’ll want tools to help hold your metal in place while you weld and mark the metal you’re using.
Welding Equipment: Arc and Mig Welders, Welding tools
If you’re creating slag, you’ll also need tools to clean it up afterward. Our list of useful welding tools will help you and are good to have around the workshop.
To get started in the basics of welding tools, you need a welder, electrodes, feeds, and safety gear. But before you start, it might be a good idea to take a class or find an expert who can teach you how to weld.
If you fail to learn the essential safety requirements, you can seriously burn yourself or damage your eyes. The welding process joins metal by melting two pieces at a seam and creating a joint.
Welding Machines and Equipment
Explore our selection of welding machines, including MIG welders, TIG welders, Stick welders, engine drive weld generators, submerged arc welders, and multiprocess welders, to find the welder that’s right for you.
MIG Welding Torches
When purchasing a MIG Welding Torch and the ongoing consumables, it can often not be a great deal of thought. However, the wrong choice could profoundly affect your welding process and the equipment’s performance.
MIG Welding Torches are the most handled piece of equipment during the MIG welding process, and they are exposed to the worst working environments and abuse.
This can often significantly impact the weld quality and productivity and increase the operator’s downtime.
It is often thought that all MIG Welding Torches are the same, so price often becomes a deciding factor when welders consider purchasing a new MIG Welding Torch.
Gas Welding, Cutting Torches & Oxy-Fuel Equipment
Oxy-fuel welding, also known as gas welding or oxyacetylene welding, is a process that uses oxygen and gases such as acetylene, propylene, or propane to weld and cut metal. Miller offers gas equipment to completely outfit your oxy-fuel needs – including outfits, regulators, torches, tips, and gas mixers.
Welding Glove Protection
Remember, a welding glove‘s material must provide more than just the standard protection from cuts, flames, heat, and sparks.
Adjustable Steel Welding Table
It is essential to have a welding table that is strong and durable. You can find tables made from metal, steel, or aluminum.
The choice of material will depend on your budget and the work you do most often with your welder.
For the welded joints to be as strong as possible, it’s crucial that they are clamped together tightly when being worked upon by either gas or arc welding tools in an industrial setting.