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Best Engine Driven Welder Generators

Engine driven welder/generators are machines that are primarily used to provide generator power and stick welding capability. They’re cost effective and a great machine for farm and ranch that can be mounted on the back of a trailer or wheeled around for extra portability. More expensive models also have the option to be used for MIG/TIG welding with additional equipment.

This guide compares the best welder/generators on the market at a range of different sizes, prices and specifications.

15 Best MIG Welders 2021 Reviews

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.

Best TIG Welder Reviews AC/DC 2021

Once you’ve mastered your MIG skills, you’ll probably want to look at buying a TIG welder. TIG welding is one of the most skillful welding methods that will give you higher quality welds with a cleaner bead. It’s far superior for welding thinner metals and small welds.

To successfully use a TIG welder you need dexterity and patience. With so many TIG welders on the market, we’ve listed our favorite 6 AC/DC TIG welders at a range of different power outputs, to help you choose the best one for you.

Best Oxy-Acetylene Cutting Torch Kits 2021

Oxy-fuel cutting kits are a great addition to your workshop. One piece of kit can give you the ability to cut steel, heat nuts and bolts, or braze copper pipe. These kits are all primary designed for oxy-acetylene, which is quicker at cutting than propane because they burn a lot hotter and is better suited for welding.

This guide goes through the best cutting torch kits on the market and explains the pros and cons of each with a full buyer’s guide below.

Best Multi Process Welders (Reviews and Buyers Guide 2021)

Different welding jobs require different welding processes. If you think you might work with all three main types of welding process, then a multi process welder is definitely worth the money. It will save you money as you get one machine to do three processes instead of three separate machines for three processes. They also use up much less space in your workshop, which is important if you only have a small workspace or want a portable all-round unit.

All the multi process welders listed can perform MIG, TIG and Stick.