The difference between a stand mounted and suspended Welding machines is basically in the location of your torch or arc. The stand welder welds with a stand by a piece of metal held between the torch and the welding gun; while the suspended welder holds the piece of metal in place by welding between two metal pieces welded on one side. When you are shopping for welding equipment, there are some things that you need to take into consideration, whether you choose a suspended or stand mounted machine.
There are many different types of welders, and most of them have a common thing that they all have: A controller. There are basically three types of welders that come with a controller. You have a hand held controller, the hand held controller is often used for small weld tasks, and then there is the fixed controller which is used when you need to weld large areas and have much more control.
Many times an automatic calibration feature is built into the controller, this will automatically give the machine gun a certain amount of inertial force in order to create a steady arc. This will also make it so that you don’t have to worry about running the welding equipment manually, which can be very time consuming and frustrating. Having an automatic calibration means that you don’t have to worry about adjusting anything manually, this will eliminate a lot of manual adjustment headaches and saves you a lot of time and money.
When choosing a welding machine with a controller, you need to make sure that you understand all the features of it. The first thing to look at is the input/output setting. This tells you what the controller is doing and how it is doing it. You should be able to adjust the welding current that the machine uses, the pulse width, the feed rate and the duty cycle. This is important because you want to get the best performance possible from the welding equipment and the more current you have the faster the welding process and less waste occurs.
Other features that you should look at are the pulse width settings, the control valve type and the proportional valve isolation. The proportional valve isolation is important because it allows you to set the weld parameters in such a way as to not get any stray weld particles on the part or surface of the material you are welding. This is something you might not be aware of, if you don’t know what stray weld particles can do you may end up with a faulty weld, and that is something you don’t want to happen. The pulse width is how much current is allowed to go through a weld, and the higher the pulse width the better the weld will be.
Other features to consider include the duty cycle, the weld control, the weld parameters and the constant current source. With all these different features you are sure to find a good Suspended Spot Welding Controller that will meet all your needs. You should be able to adjust the welding current, the pulse width, the feed rate and the duty cycle without having to touch a button. There is no reason why you shouldn’t be able to have the best weld possible and get the most out of your welding job.