MIG welding gun configurators, like the Bernard® BTB Semi-Automatic Air-Cooled Configurator, allow you to choose specific styles or types of consumables to match the demands (amperages and waveforms) of your application.
Selecting contact tips
Know the wire size and type when choosing the size and style of contact tip.
Welding nozzle options
Joint access, operating temperatures and arc-on time are important considerations in choosing the right welding nozzle.
MIG gun liner selection
Having the right MIG gun liner helps minimize downtime to address wire feeding issues. It is important that you always trim the liner to the proper length. Consider these tips:
Note, selecting the same welding consumables across multiple weld cells, when possible, can help with inventory management and can be more cost-effective.
This article is the third 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 one, Configuring a MIG Welding Gun for Your Application and article two, How to Choose MIG Welding Gun Parts.
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