A welding machine, also known as a welder, is a device used to join two or more pieces of metal together through the process of welding. Welding is a technique that involves melting the metal surfaces to be joined and allowing them to fuse together, creating a strong and durable bond. Welding machines provide the necessary heat and electrical current required to perform this process.
Welding machines come in various types, such as arc welders, MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welders, TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welders, and spot welders. Each type of machine is designed for specific welding applications and offers different advantages in terms of ease of use, welding speed, and the type of metals it can weld.
Welding machines are widely used in industries such as construction, manufacturing, automotive, and metal fabrication. They are essential for the assembly and repair of metal structures, equipment, and machinery. Welding machines require skilled operators who can handle the equipment safely and perform precise and accurate welds.