Welding Systems Can Offer Performance and Ease-of-Use Benefits
Quality results and high productivity are important in every welding application. What many companies may not consider, however, is that the weakest part of a welding system is actually what determines its performance. If the welding gun, feeder or power source is performing poorly, for example, the resulting welds will also likely be poor.
For that reason, it is important to have a welding system in which all the components are engineered to work together. Having parts that complement one another can help improve arc performance and overall productivity, while also reducing quality issues and minimizing downtime.