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How to choose the best MIG Welder

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Eastwood DIY Welding Authority

Whatever project you are working on right now, chances are that parts for it are getting increasingly difficult to find. That means you may have to craft your own parts, whether it's a bracket to hold internals or a panel for a door or hood.

You'll need to be ready to do some welding.

At Eastwood, we can help with that. We carry more than 4,000 products aimed at helping DIYers just like you fabricate or fix whatever they need for their restoration project. Among that huge line of products are some of the best MIG welders on the market, as well as MIG welding kits and supplies.

As opposed to TIG welding, MIG welding is perfect for bigger jobs and is easier to get done. There are a variety of applications for the home restoration enthusiast, and our experts will help you decide on the option that will work best for you.

Eastwood MIG Welders

Get a great weld at a great value by shopping for MIG welding supplies at Eastwood. The most common type of industrial welding, metal inert gas (MIG) welders use a shielding gas and wire electrode to heat up two metal objects along with the wire to join them. Each Eastwood welder has been developed to meet or exceed the performance of other popular MIG welders at a lower price. Pick up one of our welders for use with mild steel, stainless steel and aluminum welding projects.

Choosing the Best MIG Welder

Eastwood manufactures three types of MIG welders for all types of fabrication. Our DIY MIG 135 welder is an excellent entry-level welder for simple jobs on sheet metal and steel up to 3/16-inch thick. For mechanic shop worthy performance, the MIG 175 can weld steel or aluminum that's up to 5/16-inch thick. Chose the MIG 250 for up to ½-inch thick welding that's in demand from race shops and other heavy-duty fabrication.

Our commitment to auto enthusiasts extends beyond our own MIG products. We also carry several models of Lincoln Electric portable MIG welders that have a compact design for welding on the go. With a flux core welder, you can get basic MIG performance without the need for a shielding gas. Multi-process welders allow users to perform several types of welding, including MIG, for any type of project.

Add Value with Our MIG Welding Kits

There's usually more to fabrication than just joining metal together. Bundle a welder with a Versa-Cut plasma cutter for sheet metal and aluminum in one of our MIG welding kits. You'll save money while getting all the equipment you need for automotive metal work. You can also order a welder that comes with cart or helmet. Most welders we sell include nozzles, wire spools, gas regulators and other needed accessories.

Home Metal Refinishing Done Right

Instead of going to other Eastwood welder dealers for DIY MIG welders, come right to the source by shopping in our online store or one of our retail shops. All welders we sell have a 3-year manufacturer's warranty and come with our no-hassle returns.

Since 1978 Eastwood has helped the DIY community complete their dream projects by offering the right tools and thorough education, and our MIG welding kits are a perfect example. Use the tools above to compare welders, and consult our buyers guide to determine whether a MIG welder is a must-have for your shop. And rest assured that our 100 percent customer satisfaction guarantee will help you protect your investment.


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