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Advanced Welding Processes


A fast, low-heat, low-spatter process used in automation for materials up to 1/4 inch and is great for gap filling.



Provides higher deposition rates and has the most adaptive arc on 16 gauge and thicker materials, and is better for out-of-position welds.

Accu-Pulse Products


RMD (Regulated Metal Deposition)

Regulated Metal Deposition (RMD) is a modified-short-circuit welding process with the lowest heat process and limited travel speed. It is designed to fill gaps in thin-material applications and provides a higher quality root pass, calm stable arc and less spatter.


Pulsed MIG (MIG-P)

A modified spray transfer process, that produces no spatter, and is used in construction and fabrication applications that use the short circuit transfer method for welding steel, 14 gauge (1.8 mm) and up.

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