MIG Welding Gun is the easiest welding process to learn and is very helpful for different applications and industries. It does not require any frequent stoping, since the welding wire feeds through the MIG guns constantly, during the entire process. The result of this gun is that it travels with greater speed and greater productivity.
Talking about the versatility and speed of MIG welding, it is used as a good option for all-position welding on different metals. These different metals include the use of mild and stainless steels, which differ in a range of thickness. It gives forth a much cleaner weld that requires less cleanup than a stick or flux-cored welding.
It basically is an arc welding process that involves a continuous solid wire electrode being fed with the help of a welding gun. Into the weld pool, joining the two base materials together. The next step involves a shielding gas that is sent through the welding gun. This step protects the weld pool from contamination. MIG stands for Metal Inert Gas, and its technical name is Gas Metal Arc Welding or GMAW.
Bernard Mig Guns
Bernard for years was only into stick welding, as that being the only option for the welding industry. But, in later years with loads of research and development, they perfected the Dual Shield Welding Process in the year 1954, which is now knows as FluxCore Arc Welding (FCAW). Later, a new Bernard brand MIG Welding Gun and wire feeder were introduced in the market.