Use Only the Best Welding Technique

If you’re bent on doing something, you might as well do your best while you’re at it. To me there is no point in not putting forth your best effort, and you should just give it up if you’re going to do it any other way. It is the best option, since you are giving yourself a chance to succeed with the kind of effort that you are making. At least, at the end of the day, you know that you have given it your best shot and that whatever the result might be; you can surely live with it. Consequently, if you are driven to always do your best, then you also want to use only the best. It does not matter whatever it might be, but you definitely want to settle for using something that’s second rate.

Other people say that I might have too high of a standard when it comes to life, but I always countered by saying that what is wrong with going for the best each time? It is my belief that it should be the proper attitude of every individual, to go for the top in everything that you do and get yourself involved in. That was why I was full of confidence and optimism when I made a decision to learn welding. The practicality and usefulness of the process of welding is what attracted me to it, and I am definitely determined to be good at it. And the fact that it can be pretty useful even within and around the house is more than enough reason for me to be as determined as I am.

The Best Welding Technique Around

Being as focused as I am about doing my best and making use of only the best, I am also as focused in learning the best welding technique possible. Now I know that this is a little difficult, especially since the different welding techniques are meant for various uses and the materials used are also not the same. Going by that thought, it would seem difficult to find one single technique that can be considered better than the other. Still, I am determined to find what I would consider to be the best for a beginner like me, and perhaps that would help in narrowing down the search a little bit.

The main welding techniques are: Shielded metal Arc Welding (SMAW) or more commonly known as stick welding; Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), also known as Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding; Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), which is also called Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding. Each one presents its own advantages, but being a beginner I am concerning myself with the technique that is easiest for those who are like me, which is why I am initially going with MIG welding technique.