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Please have patience I am new to this site. It has always been my understanding that you had to have an A/C welder to weld aluminum.
Now I am seeing liturature for d/c welders with either pulse mig or inverter.
What's up and wich is prefered for a newbie welder?
thanks for the help
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if you are starting out AC TIG is the best way to go for TIG. as said it can be done in DC but requires different GAS. along with some other issues.
you can also MIG it or O/A weld it.
the application would make a big difference in the choice of processes. thin aluminum dose not MIG well.
what are you looking to weld ?? thickness ?
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