Stick welding is a popular type of welding that is a great choice if you’re welding outdoors in windy conditions. It’s pretty simple to learn, you can use it on rusty items, and you won’t need any gas. There are loads of stick welders on the market so we’ve picked our favorites and listed them below. Typically a stick welder will either be a single purpose stick welder or a multipurpose welder that has the ability to perform a range of welding operations, including stick. There are advantages to both that we have explained below. Last Updated March 1st 2020
Plasma cutters are an extremely popular tool for cutting metals and automotive work. They cut with speed, precision and can cut any conductive metal. Below is our buyer’s guide, comparison table and our top picks for plasma cutters for a variety of cutting thicknesses and including the best with built in air compressors. Last updated March 1st 2020
MIG welders can be used for a range of projects including autobody work, hobby welding, maintaining equipment or a huge number of other things. MIG welding is often chosen as a preferred technique as it produces good quality welds, it’s easy to learn, and does not cost a lot of money. Updated 25 Feb 2020
Are you looking for the perfect gift for a welder? If your partner, family member or friend is a welder and has a birthday coming up then you might look at getting a cool welding gift for them.
If you want something a bit different to the stuff you’ll usually find down your welding store, this guide shows some of the best gifts for welders from across the internet with lots of affordable options under $20.