Lincweld offers original  Jasic MIG Welders.  The Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding is an arc welding process that uses a continuous solid wire electrode heated and fed into the weld pool from a welding gun. The two base materials are melted together forming a join.

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Features of Jasic MIG Welders

MIG welders, also known as GMAW (gas metal arc welding) machines, are a type of arc welder that uses a continuously fed consumable wire electrode to join pieces of metal. Here's a breakdown of how they work:

  • Continuous wire electrode: Imagine a spool of thin metal wire constantly unwinding and feeding through the welding gun. This wire acts as both the electrode (conducting electricity) and the filler metal that melts to form the weld.

  • Electric arc: The MIG welder generates a high-voltage electric current that travels through the wire to the workpiece (the metal being welded). This creates an intense heat source, causing the tip of the wire and the adjacent metal to melt, forming a molten pool.

  • Shielding gas: To protect the molten weld pool from contamination from the atmosphere (like oxygen and nitrogen), an inert gas (like argon or a mix of argon and CO2) is continuously fed around the electrode. This prevents the weld from becoming weak or brittle.

Frequently Asked Questions

Are Jasic welders any good?

MIG welders are popular because they offer several advantages:

  • Fast and efficient: The continuous wire feed and easy operation make MIG welding a fast and efficient way to join metals.

  • Versatility: MIG welders can handle a wide variety of metals and thicknesses, making them suitable for many applications.

  • Clean welds: The shielding gas helps to create clean welds with minimal spatter (metal droplets).

  • All-position welding: MIG welders can be used to weld in various positions, including horizontal, vertical, and overhead.

Who makes Jasic welders?

Jasic welders are made by Jasic Technology Company Ltd, a Chinese corporation operating out of Shenzhen, in the province of Guangdong. The company was founded in 2005 and manufactures inverter welding machines, engine driven welders and other welder equipment primarily used in construction. Jasic is listed on The Shenzhen Stock Exchange.