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  1. Power Range: Arc welding machines in this range typically offer a power output ranging from 200 to 600 amps. This power range allows for welding a wide range of materials and thicknesses.
  2. Welding Processes: These machines support multiple welding processes, including shielded metal arc welding (SMAW or stick welding), gas metal arc welding (GMAW or MIG welding), and flux-cored arc welding (FCAW).
  3. Duty Cycle: The duty cycle specifies the percentage of time the machine can operate continuously at a specific current rating without overheating. Machines in this range often have duty cycles of 60% or higher.
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  1. Power Output: A MIG welding machine with a 400-amp capacity can deliver a welding current of up to 400 amps. This high power output allows for welding a wide range of materials and thicknesses.

  2. Welding Processes: It primarily supports the MIG welding process, also known as gas metal arc welding (GMAW). Some machines may also offer other welding processes, such as flux-cored arc welding (FCAW).

  3. Wire Feed Mechanism: MIG welding machines are equipped with a wire feed mechanism that continuously feeds the welding wire through a welding gun. This mechanism provides a constant and controlled supply of filler material.


Max Speed
3000 mm/min
Spindle power
Min Speed
80 mm/min
MS Solid Add On Rail
2 Mtrs
Height of Handle
890/860 mm


  1. Power Output: TIG welding machines come in various power output capacities, typically ranging from 150 to 500 amps or more. The power output determines the machine’s ability to weld different thicknesses of materials.
  2. Welding Process: TIG welding machines primarily support the TIG welding process, which uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to create an electric arc between the electrode and the workpiece. This process allows for precise and high-quality welds.
  3. AC/DC Capability: Some TIG welders are capable of both AC (Alternating Current) and DC (Direct Current) welding. AC is used for welding aluminum and magnesium, while DC is suitable for most other metals.
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