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MIG welding (short for metal inert gas) is a semi or fully automatic process that uses a consumable electrode (a continuous wire feed) and an inert or semi-inert shielding gas to protect the weld from contamination. MIG welding can also be referred to as gas metal arc welding (GMAW) or CO2 welding.

When choosing a MIG Welder

  • What power supply voltage do you have ?
  • What material are you going to weld ?
  • What material thickness are you going to weld up to ?
  • what functions would you like eg: spot weld timer, meter etc...
  • What is your budget ?

MIG machines are sometimes equipped with some of the following features:

Manual  - Where the operator manually adjusts the process and output power using separate 'V' and 'I' controls.

Synergic Pulse - Where set up is simplified thanks to pre-programmed settings. 'V' and 'I' are controlled simultaneously  and the user need only select the material type and thickness and wire diameter. The pulsed output makes for a spatter-free weld.

Burn Back - controls how much wire will be left sticking out of the torch after completing welding. It is generally used to prevent the wire sticking to the work piece when power is removed.

Spot Weld Timer -sets a specific amount of time for the machine to be on during the welding cycle (not same as normal spot welding where it uses clamped pressure)

4 x 4 Wire Feeder - Where 2 of the feed rollers are driven.

Gasless - Where the machine has polarity swap to enable it to run flux cored wires.

Meter - enables you measure the amps being used as well as being essential for calibration of the machine.

Euro Style Torch - Is an industry design standard quick-fit MIG torch.

Browse our wide range of MIG welders for sale in the categories below. Here at Migtigarc, we have been supplying the welding market with premium brands, great prices and helpful customer service since 1987. If you need any help choosing the MIG welder you need, feel free to give us a call on 02392 295 612 or email sales@migtigarc.co.uk and well be happy to help.

We offer free mainland UK delivery on all orders over £60 (exc VAT).

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Great value inverter MIG

Gas + gasless

MMA welding

Euro torch

25 - 160 amps

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Just set material thickness

Dual voltage

High duty cycle

5 yr warranty

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Transformer based

Good quality wire feeder

Euro torch 

Welds to 6mm mild steel

30 - 205 amps

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Best value body shop brazer

Proper pulse mode for brazing wire

Spot timer

European manufacture

20 - 185 amps

Key Features

8 voltage steps

Copper wound transformer to new EU spec

Welds to 5mm mild steel

20 - 200 amps

Key Features

Euro torch

Fluxed wire compatible

15kg and 5kg spools

Welds to 5mm mild steel

30 - 180 amps

Key Features

MIG welding from just 18 amps

MMA welding

HF start on TIG

High duty cycle

TIG post gas

18 - 200 amps

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HD MIG brazer

Flux cored welding 

Digital meter

Latching

15 kg spool holder

20 - 200 amps

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MIG synergic

AC/DC TIG

MMA 

5 yr warranty

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Double pulse MIG

Synergic mode

Beautiful weld finish

Crater fill

15 - 200 amps

Key Features

12 voltage steps

Copper wound transformer to new EU spec

Welds to 8mm mild steel

20 - 250 amps (230V)

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Takes a 5kg and 15kg spool

250 amps @ 60%

5 yr warranty

Waveform control

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4 x 4 wire feeder

Copper wound transformer

Spot weld timer

12 voltage steps

30 - 220 amps

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Synergic control

Copper wound transformer

12 voltage steps

Reverse polarity

20 - 200 amps

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Latest inverter tech

4 x 4 wire feeder

MMA welding

Digital meter

30 - 200 amps

Key Features

4 x 4 wire feeder

Latching + digital meter

Gas + gasless

MMA welding

30 - 250 amps

Key Features

16 voltage steps

Copper wound transformer to new EU spec

Welds to 10mm mild steel

20 - 300 amps (230V)

Key Features

4 x 4 wire feeder

Copper wound transformer

Fitted with a meter

Spot weld timer

30 - 240 amps

Key Features

Synergic control

Reverse polarity

Copper wound transformer

12 voltage steps

20 - 250 amps

Key Features

High duty cycle

4 x 4 wire feeder

MMA welding

gas + gasless

30 - 300 amps

Key Features

Variable  voltage output

Heavy duty industrial inverter

Less power consumption

20 - 270 amps

Key Features

4 x 4 wire feeder

Copper wound transformer

Gas purge

Fitted with a meter

30 - 310 amps

Key Features

Synergic control

Dual polarity

Copper wound transformer

12 voltage steps

20 - 300 amps

Key Features

Variable  voltage output

Heavy duty industrial inverter

Less power consumption

20 - 270 amps (400v supply)

Key Features

4 x 4 feeder

60% duty cycle

Meter

Meets  latest EU regs

20 - 250 amps

Key Features

Variable  voltage output

Heavy duty industrial inverter

Less power consumption

20 - 330 amps

Key Features

4 x 4 wire feeder

Copper wound transformer

Soft arc technology

Burn back control

30 - 325 amps

Key Features

4 x 4 feeder

60% duty cycle

Meter

Meets  latest EU regs

20 - 300 amps

Key Features

4 x 4 wire feeder

Copper wound transformer

Stitch welding

Soft arc technology

30 - 300 amps

Key Features

Variable  voltage output

Heavy duty industrial inverter

Less power consumption

20 - 330 amps

Key Features

4 x 4 feeder

60% duty cycle

Meter

Meets  latest EU regs

20 - 400 amps

Key Features

Variable  voltage output

Heavy duty industrial inverter

Less power consumption

20 - 410 amps

Key Features

4 x 4 feeder

60% duty cycle

Meter

Meets  latest EU regs

20 - 250 amps

Key Features

4 x 4 feeder

60% duty cycle

Meter

Meets  latest EU regs

20 - 300 amps

Key Features

4 x 4 feeder

60% duty cycle

Meter

Meets  latest EU regs

20 - 400 amps

Key Features

4 x 4 feeder

60% duty cycle

Meter

Meets  latest EU regs

30 - 500 amps

Key Features

Variable voltage output

Heavy duty inverter power

Low power consumption

20 - 270 amps

Key Features

Variable voltage output

Heavy duty inverter power

Quiet running

20 - 270 amps (230V)

Key Features

Variable voltage output

Heavy duty inverter power

Low power consumption

20 - 330 amps

Key Features

Variable voltage output

Heavy duty inverter power

Low power consumption

20 - 330 amps

Key Features

Variable voltage output

Heavy duty inverter power

Low power consumption

20 - 410 amps

Key Features

Variable voltage output

Heavy duty inverter power

Low power consumption

20 - 410 amps

Key Features

Digital control

MMA welding

Gas + gasless

Welds from 25 amps

3 Year warranty

MIG welding (short for metal inert gas) is a semi or fully automatic process that uses a consumable electrode (a continuous wire feed) and an inert or semi-inert shielding gas to protect the weld from contamination. MIG welding can also be referred to as gas metal arc welding (GMAW) or CO2 welding.

When choosing a MIG Welder

  • What power supply voltage do you have ?
  • What material are you going to weld ?
  • What material thickness are you going to weld up to ?
  • what functions would you like eg: spot weld timer, meter etc...
  • What is your budget ?

MIG machines are sometimes equipped with some of the following features:

Manual  - Where the operator manually adjusts the process and output power using separate 'V' and 'I' controls.

Synergic Pulse - Where set up is simplified thanks to pre-programmed settings. 'V' and 'I' are controlled simultaneously  and the user need only select the material type and thickness and wire diameter. The pulsed output makes for a spatter-free weld.

Burn Back - controls how much wire will be left sticking out of the torch after completing welding. It is generally used to prevent the wire sticking to the work piece when power is removed.

Spot Weld Timer -sets a specific amount of time for the machine to be on during the welding cycle (not same as normal spot welding where it uses clamped pressure)

4 x 4 Wire Feeder - Where 2 of the feed rollers are driven.

Gasless - Where the machine has polarity swap to enable it to run flux cored wires.

Meter - enables you measure the amps being used as well as being essential for calibration of the machine.

Euro Style Torch - Is an industry design standard quick-fit MIG torch.

Browse our wide range of MIG welders for sale in the categories below. Here at Migtigarc, we have been supplying the welding market with premium brands, great prices and helpful customer service since 1987. If you need any help choosing the MIG welder you need, feel free to give us a call on 02392 295 612 or email sales@migtigarc.co.uk and well be happy to help.

We offer free mainland UK delivery on all orders over £60 (exc VAT).