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Aluminum Stud Welder Question

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I have a project requiring studs welded on the back of a sheet of Aluminum in a monument sign. I have no idea what machines are out there and how to know a good one from a bad one. Who has a stud welder, what type did you get and are you happy with it???

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We have had multiple machines and still use the old ones in a emergency.   We bought our from International Welding Technologies in Jersey.   It works far better than any other brand we have owned.  Better weld with the least amount of work on the face. They also have good pricing on consumables.


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I can only speak for what I use like Steve but  try to get some specs from those you can find, stud availability, gun types and compare.

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We have an older TRW machine which we use mainly on aluminum but we also use on Steel we buy our consumables and accessories from International welding Technologies in Jersey also good quality and have found them very helpful with technical support and very prompt with their  service

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