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How to Use MIG Pulse Controls to Fill Gaps

Kevin shows how using pulse control on his Longevity MigWeld 250P MIG welder helps him fill gaps in his steel sculpture Wherever You Go, There You Are without blowing holes in the metal because it gets too hot. The lower temperature lets him get a longer, cleaner weld. The ability to control the pulse width and frequency helps him get just the right temperature while increased wire feed helps fill the gap.

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