MIG Welding Transfer Methods
In MIG welding, there are four different basic modes to transfer weld metal (filler material) across the arc to the base material. These transfer modes are Short Circuit, Globular, Spray Arc and Pulsed MIG.Read More
MIG Welding Defects
Typical weld defects found in MIG welding are lack of fusion, burn through, crater/ crater cracks, undercut and porosity in the weld metal.Read More
MIG Welding vs. TIG Welding
MIG and TIG welding are two of the most common methods of arc welding in which uses metal electrodes and an inert gas to shield the weld area from contamination.Read More
How A.E.D. METAL PRODUCTS Packs Outbound Shipments
At A.E.D. METAL PRODUCTS, the delivery of your order in good condition is of great importance to us. We take extra care packing orders for shipment, whether it is sending a package by UPS, a bundle of tube across the USA, or an overseas shipment and ...Read More
Materials Technology & E Mobility Workshop
Al Lowe, president of A.E.D, was asked to give a presentation on “advanced high strength steels” like Docol® Tube R8 at the Materials Technology & E Mobility workshop before the FIA Formula E CBMM Niobium Mexico City E-Prix.
The History of 4130 Cold Drawn Seamless Round Tube
4130 seamless tube is the product of two emerging technologies of the late 1800’s and early 1900’s: the production of alloy steels and the production of seamless tube.Read More
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