Bestselling Arc Welding Kits in 2020
Forney Easy Weld 29801 100ST Welder Start-Up Kit
- Great for do it Yourselfers
- Includes everything you need to get started
- Individual part numbers included for easy reorder
US Forge 817 Arc Welding Kit
Amico Power - DC Inverter Welder - 110/230V Dual Voltage IGBT Welding Machine - 160 AMP Stick Arc
- INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY - Inverter welders switch AC power to DC then incorporate a stepdown transformer to produce the proper voltage and current
- SLEEK AND COMPACT - Small, lightweight, compact, and portable compared to large bulky conventional welding machines
- VERSITILE POWER - 115V / 230V / 60Hz Input current at rated output 20 Amp 160 Amp / 23V / 60% Duty Cycle / ETL Listed
- ACCESSORIES INCLUDED - Electrode holder and 10 ft. cable, Work clamp and 10 ft. cable, Input power adapter cable & plug
- CONVENIENT - Inverters have the ability to be plugged into a 110V wall socket with household current instead of high voltage
Furick Cup FUPA #12 Ceramic (Twin Pack) - Welding Cup
- 2 full cups
- Spare gas lens diffuser
- 3/32" or 2.4mm Tungsten
- 200 amps non continuance. DC ONLY!
- With a #9 or #20 torch you will need to have a 45V44 gas lens. If you have a #17, #18 or #26 size torch you will need to buy a Furick #17 torch adapter kit.
Kit (12pk) Hobart 770404 770180 770402 .035" for M10/15 Miller Mig Torch 169716 000068 169715
- Original Trafimet Kit .035
- 1 pc MC0490 compatible Miller (169715) / Hobart (770404)
- 1 pc ME0130 compatible Miller (169716) /Hobart (770402)
- 10 pcs MD0227-09 compatible Miller (000068)/ Hobart (770180)
- Trafimet Premium quality
TITUS Welding Safety Goggles with Interchangeable Lenses (Low: #5, #8, #11)
Forney 377 Welder Start Up Kit
- Arc Welding helmet lift front 2" x 4-1/4" shade 10 "Bandit I"
- Split leather welding gloves, grey size large
- Chipping hammer straight head 10-1/2"
- Wire Scratch brush steel wood shoe handle 10-1/4" x .014"
Portasol 011289210 Plastic Welding Kit
- Welding can be carried out next to heat sensitive parts - e.g. cables, foams and textiles and no oxidation of parts by hot air.
- Thin plastics parts and sheets can be welded, no uncontrolled heat transfer which means less wrinkles in parts to be welded.
- Problematic plastics that absorb water are easier to weld, e.g. ABS, PC and PA plastics.
- Cordless kit for plastic welding and no special training needed.
- Transfer heat through contact as opposed to hot air.
HIT70 HIT 70 Amp Arc 120V Welder
- Uses arc electrode welding for improved welding control and versatility, welds carbon steel (not suitable for aluminum or stainless steel)
- Plugs into standard 120-Volt outlet, advanced thermal overload protection with indicator light for safety, 2 heat settings provide extra heat control
- Amperage output: 50-amps (low), 70-amps (high), uses 1/16 inch and 5/64 inch electrodes, E6013 suggested
- 120V input, 20-amps, 60 Hz, 42-volt no load, max open circuit 42Vac, duty cycle 20% at 50A
- Kit includes 10 ft. Welding Cable with electrode holder, 6 ft. Ground Cable with earth Clamp, clipping hammer/brush & welding face shield
Felji Pro Solar Welder Mask Auto-Darkening Welding Helmet Arc Tig Mig Grinding, Black
- Features shade 9-13 adjustment conveniently located on outside of helmet, allowing user to adjust without removing helmet
- Solar-powered auto-darkening lens eliminates the need to replace batteries
- Constructed of sturdy and durable high-impact nylon
- Includes 2 arc sensors for auto-darkening
- Fully Automatic Operation, No need to remember to turn the helmet on before firing up the welder. The fully automatic on/off switch takes care of that for you. And the lens maintains a shade of 3.5 when not welding.
Warrior 7Pcs Welding Gauges Kit In Inch With Briefcase Pack MG-11 V-WAC Sliding Clip Depth Automatic Weld Magnifier
- Brief Case Packed 7Pcs Welding Inspection Gauges
- In Inch Measurment, Helps you get accurate in welding
- V-Vac MG-11 Weld Size Welding Fillet Welding etc.
- Ships out in 1-3 days with E-Packet, Usually, 7-15 buiness days reach your destination.
Chicago Electric Welding Systems Oxygen and Acetylene Welding Kit
220V 250A DC IGBT MMA ARC Welder Welding Machine Inverter High Quality No China
- DC Inverter Welder MMA ARC 250 AMP High Quality
- 4 mm welding electrode
- input 220V dual 50 / 60 Hz
- single / double phase
The Welding Profession in a Nutshell
Learn what welding jobs involve and how much welders make along with the education that is required.
For starters, welding involves permanently joining metal parts by applying heat to metal pieces, which melts it so that it could become fused with another to form shapes and structures. The welding profession marks its hand in constructing huge structures such as buildings and bridges, and its work is evident by the number of interwoven metal parts used for support. In addition, welders build cars and freight carriers and serve in many manufacturing fields. Welding tasks could be done either manually or with the use of machinery, depending on the complexity of the job.
Becoming a welder requires a rigorous curriculum with an emphasis on hands-on work. A high school diploma is mandatory, and a part-time/full-time college education can open doors to better jobs. General education classes could improve mathematical aptitude and geometry skills, along with instrumental skills (the use of a protractor, for example) - all of which is used to calculate structures and moving parts. Obtaining certification is almost a surefire way for welders to advance in their jobs as well. Performance based programs like the Certified Welder program do not require a college education, but is a course that teaches the discipline of welding techniques on sheet metal, doors, pipelines, and other structures. Certified Welder programs also assess and refine a student's hand-eye coordination and dexterity skills, along with the strenuous positions that come with working long hours.
According to May 2004 statistics, the average hourly wage of welding employees was $14. Those working along the median salary range earned between $11 and $17. The largest numbers of welders work in the motor vehicle parts sector and earned an average wage of $15 an hour. All in all, there are virtually an unlimited number of industries in which a welder can work in. From motor vehicle parts to shipbuilding all the way down to pipeline and building work, the welding profession has it all covered.