Quickfire Welding FAQs

In this blog post, we will answer some of the welding FAQs. We will cover topics such as welding safety, types of welds, and welding equipment. We hope that this information will help you decide if welding is the right process for your project.

Welding FAQs

What is the best TIG welder for welding aluminum?

After testing most welders for welding aluminum, we have selected the Everlast PowerTIG 255 as the best TIG welder for welding aluminum. We’ve reviewed this welder in the previous article, so please have a look yourself.

Who Makes the Best TIG Welder

Everlast welding machines are some of the best quality welding machines on the market. Other than Everlast, Miller and Hobart also make good welding machines. We’ve written an article on the best TIG welders, you should absolutely read through.

What is the output voltage of Best welding machine?

Only specific TIG machines work with 120V /220V; read the description and manual book carefully before buying.

Does welding damage your eyes?

Light eminating from welding has similarities with sun rays. Because it is exposed to both ultraviolet and infrared radiation. If you stare at the sun for long enough without any protection, your eyes will be damaged, while your skin might burn and suffer damage. Being exposed to welding light for too long, and your skin can get a similar kind of burn if it is not protected, and if this occurs repeatedly, it may lead to cancer.

What is best welder for small projects?


Which welder is the best for beginners?

What is Arc Start?

Arc start is found on some mid-range and high-end TIG welders. This innovation in the welding sector is a real game changer. By raising the current momentarily, an arc start feature generates an arc at the onset of the weld. This arc allows you to do no-contact welding. Yes, it’s true.


Rob Steven

Rob Steven

I'm Rob Steven with more than 10+ years of experience in the welding field, I have done my welding degree from Central Louisiana Technical Community College, it was always fun and passion for me going into welding. Now being a passionate welder I also blog about welding.