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Pulse MIG Technology Definition – A non-contact welding transfer method in which a high frequency pulse pushes the molten metal droplet across the arc into the puddle. The current rises to a peak when the droplet is formed, then cuts off and back on again with each pulse. The result is lower heat input.
Many synergic machines have Pulsed or Double Pulsed Arc function, for spatter-free, controlled Mig/Mag welding. We can use the interface of a basic Migatronic Autopuls² Mig as an example. The top left grey button is to select the material/ gas you are welding.