MIG/MAG welds are suitable for machining materials such as carbon steel; they can therefore work on a wide variety of metals including nickel alloys, copper, light metals, titanium and more.
These types of welding involve the use of a fusible electrode, protected by gas, and have only one difference related to the type of shielding gas used:
These processes are part of electric arc welding, specifically continuous wire.
MIG/MAG welding can be manual, through the use of MIG MAG arc welders, or automatic, with the incorporation of arc welders into robotic MIG MAG welding plants.
The use of automated systems has several advantages