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CIGWELD Mig Welders

Fuse together the materials you need with eBay's hot range of CIGWELD MIG welders. Welding is a fabrication or sculptural process that joins metal or thermoplastic together, melting them together. A filler material is usually added to the joint, forming a weld pool, causing it to be stronger than the base metal. Pressure may also be introduced to weld the materials together.

CIGWELD is one of the leading brands in cutting and welding equipment, and you can buy CIGWELD welders right here on eBay. Introduced in 1985, CIGWELD continually strive to improve their quality standards and measures, as well as listen to customer feedback. CIGWELD pursues innovation, growth, and evolution as they adapt to the needs of their customers. It's their job to be the professionals of welders and cutters, priding themselves on years of knowledge and experience, to solve branded solutions in the niche market of welding. The CIGWELD customer ranges from heavy industry to DIY, trades, and hobbyists. CIGWELD complies with the Therapeutic Goods Act of 1989, with ISO certification. They are reducing their packaging and commit to the Australian Packaging Covenant. They sponsor a range of organisations, so you can be sure you're working with a brand that is socially and environmentally responsible.

MIG welders use an electrode on a spool, fed automatically at a constant speed. The electrical current melts the wire and joins it to the base metal, producing a high strength weld. MIG welding is the easiest welding process to learn, it's possible at high speed, you'll have better control with thinner metals, and it's a cleaner welding process. CIGWELD MIG welders are generally reliable and high quality at an affordable price. If you're unsure of the CIGWELD MIG welders to suit your intended use, always check with the manufacturer's instructions. Whatever the CIGWELD MIG welder for your purpose, you're sure to find it right here, at your fingertips, on eBay.

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