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MIG welding (Metal Inert Gas welding) was developed during World War II as a fast, portable process to create strong, durable joints. Today it is used in many shop and factory applications as well as by home hobbyists and welding enthusiasts. MIG welding uses a machine to feed a wire through a contact tip into a MIG gun. The electrically charged tip melts the wire into a weld puddle that combines the base metal with the wire. Oftentimes an inert gas is used, which flows out of the gun to shield the welding process from the atmosphere. Once you learn how to use a MIG welder, you can make repairs around the home. A MIG welder can be used on stainless steel, mild steel, and aluminum, although not on thick steel.

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