Learn MMA Welding
MMA, traditionally known as manual metal arc welding, is a reliable and straightforward technique to adopt.
It doesn’t demand a high experience level for the application.
In this process, coated flux, filler, and base metal catch heat by an electric arc.
When both melts, the slighter struck of the rod to melted base metal forms a strong weld joint.
Here, if we see the nature of coated material over the electrode, it is composed by solidifying the inert gasses.
Electric arc applications raise the temperature of covered solidified gas material and produce an inert gas shield over the workplace. This coated material eliminates the need for an extra gas cylinder used to inhibit an additional atmospheric reaction to the workpiece.
To ensure the quality of the joint, the welder needs to adopt some measurements.