What Is the Function of A Code Reader
Automotive Tools

What Is the Function of A Code Reader?

In today’s world, technology has become an integral part of our lives, and the automotive industry is no exception. With the advancement in technology, vehicles have become more complex than ever before. A malfunctioning component can cause serious problems that may lead to accidents or costly repairs if not addressed promptly. This is where an…

Soudure TIG ou MIG
TIG Welding

Technique de Soudage: Soudure TIG ou MIG

Le soudage est une technique essentielle dans la transformation de métal, permettant l’assemblage de pièces qui seraient autrement impossibles à créer. Le soudage consiste à chauffer les métaux afin de les fusionner et donc de créer une jointure permanente entre eux. Ce processus implique plusieurs éléments tels que la source de chaleur (arc électrique, flamme,…

Weld Spatter - How to Eliminate or Minimize the Problem
Welding | Education

Weld Spatter: How to Eliminate or Minimize the Problem

Preventing and mitigating weld spatter (splatter) is essential for ensuring a successful welding process. Not only can weld spatter impact the appearance of the finished product, but it can also create safety hazards and result in added cleanup time. Weld spatter can damage surrounding equipment, contaminate surfaces, and even pose a risk of injury to…

Welding without Gas using SMAW
Stick Welding

Stick Welding: Welding without Gas using SMAW

Stick welding or Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) to give its proper name is a welding method that doesn’t require a shielding gas. Welding without gas using SMAW is a technique that involves using a flux-coated electrode to shield the weld pool from atmospheric gases, instead of using an external shielding gas.  This technique is commonly…

MIG welding
Arc Welding | MIG Welding

What Are the Differences Between MIG Welding versus Flux- Cored Arc Welding

Flux-Core and MIG welding are two of the most commonly used welding techniques. Flux-Core welding uses a continuously-fed consumable electrode, which is shielded by a flux compound to protect the weld area from atmospheric contamination. MIG welding, on the other hand, uses a continuously-fed consumable wire electrode and a shielding gas to protect the weld…