Welding Tips & Tricks

March 2, 2021
AC Vs DC Welding

To those out there that aren’t privileged enough to hold fancy welding certifications and qualifications, understanding the difference between DC and AC welding can prove tricky. The AC vs. DC welding thing can sometimes be a little misleading, so you must pit the two face-to-face when comparing them. So what makes alternating current (AC) and […]

Read More
March 2, 2021
Underwater Welding: Everything You Need To Know

Underwater welding, commonly known as hyperbaric, deep-sea, or marine welding, is among the most lucrative jobs commercial divers can do. It's a pretty exciting job. Not only does it sound intriguing and looks cool, but it also has a little danger factor in it to add to all the excitement. That said, underwater welding has […]

Read More
March 2, 2021
Quick Guide To Friction Welding

Fiction welding is an advanced type of welding used by many top industries. As the name suggests, Friction welding is a process that welds metal using friction. There is no external heat used or applied like traditional welding methods. Traditional welding uses fusion welding, but friction welding is a solid-state weld process. The result is […]

Read More
February 1, 2021
Should I Join Welding Union

When it comes to taking advanced welding as a career, you have two choices. You can either form a welding union and work with them or you can remain union-free and do your work. They all have their advantages and disadvantages, and what to do depends on professional style, background, and social tastes. Improved Work […]

Read More
February 1, 2021
How To Read Welding Blueprints

It is essential to understand the various forms of welds and their symbols to read the welding blueprints. Each welding location has its mark, which is always located close to the middle of the reference line. This emblem occurs as a sketch depicting a simplified cross-section of the weld. What are welding blueprints and how […]

Read More
December 17, 2020
Hobart Welder Vs Everlast Welder

You can weld for fun or as a professional. Regardless of your preference, you need the right tools for the job. A reliable welder is imperative for anyone in the industry. With so many brands, sometimes it isn't easy to choose.  When it comes to welding, two brands stand out from the rest, Hobart and […]

Read More
December 16, 2020
7 Welding Projects for Beginners

Are you interested in welding but don't know how or where to start? Then these seven welding projects are what you need.  The best way to become an expert welder is through welding, and you can do it by practicing with each project you make. A beginner-level project will give you the necessary experience to […]

Read More
June 25, 2019
Welding Gases 101: Which Type Works Better

Today, we will review the various gas types used for welding, how they work, and which type of gas works best. We will examine which gas is the safest, the dangers associated with welding gases, and the types of gases that should NOT be used for welding. Finally, an investigation into welding cannot be complete […]

Read More
June 24, 2019
4 Best Surfaces For Welding Explained

Welding is both a hobby and a profession that has been continuously growing throughout the past several decades. There are plenty of individual welding techniques that can be used for different purposes, as well as a multitude of surfaces that are most ideal in each situation. What are some of the best surfaces for welding? […]

Read More
June 24, 2019
What You Need For MIG Welding: The Ultimate List (With Price Range)

When the topic of welding is brought up in conversation, most people will automatically think of two metals being melted and joined together. However, it is often overlooked that there are actually two main types of welding: MIG and TIG. Since both techniques are different, they also require a separate list of equipment in order […]

Read More
Midsouthsupply.com is the best resource for welders looking to find welding equipment recommendations, safety information, education, and DIY projects.

Connect With Us

linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram