Have you struggled to gain proper joint access when welding? Or found yourself fatigued at the end of the day because of repeatedly welding in awkward positions? Configuring a MIG welding gun can help.
A MIG welding gun configured for the exact application can maximize efficiency and productivity. When you are more comfortable, you are able to weld longer. A customized MIG welding gun also reduces downtime for assembly, since it’s ready right out of the box. You can configure each welding gun part with online configurators like those from Bernard. These parts include the:
How do you get started?
To configure the right MIG welding gun, look at the needs of your welding application. One answer influences the next choice.
What affect does the weld cell have?
The physical space of the weld cell factors into MIG welding gun configuration. Consider these factors:
Taking the time to consider the factors that impact how you configure your MIG welding gun can go far in ensuring you have the exact one for your application.
This article is the first in a three-part series discussing how configuring a MIG gun can improve the welding operation, as well as what to consider in the process. Read article two, How to Choose Welding Gun Parts, and article three, Selecting the Right MIG Welding Consumables.
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