1. MIG weld is standing for metal inert gas welding.
2. MIG can weld materials like- mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. A range of material thicknesses can be welded from thin gauge sheet metal right up to heavier structural plates.
3. A metal rod is used as an electrode
4. Workpiece used as another electrode.
5. Gas shielded metal arc welding.
6. Fasr Feeding: Continuous feed electrode wire is used which are fast feeding.

1. TIG is Stand for tungsten inert gas welding.
2. TIG weld such as kitchen sinks, tool boxes, Pipe welding, and other heavier tasks can be performed.
3. Tungsten rod is used as an electrode, which is gas shielded tungsten arc welding.
4. Slow feeding Welding rods are used which are slow feeding.