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Simon Katz, CEO at Longevity Offer Tips To Identify The Difference Between TIG and MIG Welders What is the difference between TIG and MIG welding? MIG welding is also known as GAS METAL ARC WELDING, and often referred to as GMAW. MIG welding is a form of welding uses a wire that is fed through a drive wheel from inside the machine to weld two pieces of metal together. MIG welders are often referred to as “hot glue guns� because they spray filler wire on top of welded pieces of metal. You can weld anything with a MIG welder including stainless steel, aluminium, mild steel, and other exotic metals by matching the metal welded to the welding wire. TIG welders use a different method for welding. With TIG welding equipment, you are manually filling in the filler wire or welding wire while controlling the heat of the welded puddle with the TIG torch. TIG welding is considered more advanced. It is a difficult welding process that takes years to master. With TIG welders, you are able to weld all exotic metals based on their inverter types. For example, to weld aluminium, please make sure your TIG welder has AC TIG capability. Speaking about the importance of its welding range, Simon Katz, the company CEO stated, "Our welding supplies and welding equipment help our clients bring their operating cost down resulting in more productivity and less overhead." About Longevity Since they started in 2001, Longevity Global Inc. is recognized worldwide for providing reliable wielding, cutting, and power generating equipment. Most of their equipment comes with an unmatched warranty of 5-Years on both parts and labor. They provide customers with affordable and reliable welding machines in all ranges of production from the garage users, to pipe welders, and ship builders. For further information, please visit

Simon katz, ceo at longevity offer tips to identify the difference between tig and mig welders