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Because of continuously fed electrode, MIG Welding process is much faster as compared to TIG or Stick electrode welding.
It can produce join with deep penetration.
Thick and thin, both types of work pieces can be welded effectively.
Large metal deposition rates are achieved by MIG welding process.
The process can be easily mechanized.
No flux is used. MIG welding produces smooth, neat, clean and spatter free            welded surface which require no further cleaning. This help reducing total              welding cost.
Higher arc travel speed associated with MIG welding reduces distortion                   considerably.

It is an arc welding process wherein coalescence is produced by heating the job with an electric arc established between a continuously fed metal electrode and the job. No flux is used but the arc and molten metal are shielded by an inert gas which may be argon, helium, carbon dioxide or a gas mixture.

Base metals commonly welded by MIG welding are:
Carbon and alloy steels.
Stainless steels
Heat resistance allo
Heat resistance allo
Aluminum and its alloy
Copper and its alloys


The process can be used for the welding of carbon, silicon and low alloy steels, stainless steel, aluminum, magnesium, copper, nickel, and their alloys, titanium etc.
For welding tool steel and dies.
For the manufacture of refrigerator parts
MIG welding has been used successfully in industries like- Air craft,         Auto mobile, Pressure vessel and Ship building.

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MIG WELDING (Metal Inert Gas)