Master The Art of MIG Welding
In Just 90 Minutes
WELD FAST! Get started in Under 90 minutes
NO EXPERIENCE: Learn from scratch
FOR BEGINNERS: Learn at your own pace
FIRST PROJECT: Easy, 3-step approach
4 Reasons MIG Welding is for Beginners
1. MIG Welding Produces NO Slag
MIG welders produce much nicer and cleaner welds than stick welding because there’s no dirty slag to chip away after making a weld.
2. You Can Easily See The Weld Puddle
It’s VERY important to be able to see the weld puddle when you’re first learning. MIG welders allow you to easily watch the weld puddle so you can learn to easily make beautiful, strong welds.
3. MIG Welders Are User Friendly
It’s no secret that MIG welders are simple to use once you’ve got them set up correctly. There’s no other hassle-free welding method nearly as efficient and as capable as a MIG welder.
4. It Does Not Produce Dirty, Unhealthy Smoke
If you want a clean welding process and you don’t want to breathe in dirty smoke, then MIG welding is the answer
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In module one I will flat out show you my simple “WELD PREP STEPS”.
I’ll show you the basics of metal (and where to get it for cheap), the tools you will need to get started (it’s not a a lot), an overview of the welding processes, all about welding rods and wires, metal cleaning, weld preparation, and most importantly SAFETY… and I’ll show you all of this without spending lots of money and without wasting time digging through books and videos trying to learn all this stuff.
- Intro To Welding
- Overview Of Welding Processes
- Metal Basics
- Welding & Metal Working Tools
- Welding Safety
In module 2 of the 90 Minute MIG Mastery Course, I’ll show you what Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) is and how you can easily make beautiful and strong welds, so you can rest assured that whatever you’re welding will not only be strong but will be beautiful as well.
- Intro To GMAW
- Your MIG Machine
- Voltage and Wire Speed
- Shielding Gas
- GMAW Welding Wires
- Electrode Stickout
- Weld Spatter
In module 3 I’m going to show you all about the weld puddle and controlling the weld… and you will get some close-up video footage of me running a weld bead so you can see exactly how fast your gun travel should be, and how slow to move so you get maximum weld penetration…
- The Weld Puddle
- Weld Preparation
- Weld Bead Types
- Behind The Lens View
- Pushing Vs Pulling
- Getting Good Weld Penetration
- Burn Through Vs. Cold Welds
- The Break Test
Module four is all about learning to weld without using gas, and the process is known as flux core arc welding…
- Intro To FCAW
- FCAW Polarity
- Flux Core Welding Wires
- Joint Preparation
- Pressure Rollers
- Travel Direction
- FCAW Behind The Lens
If you just learn one welding position and call it a day, you are missing the boat BIG time! Plus you will dramatically reduce the likelihood that you will make a good weld the first time.
You’re going to find that once you start that first project, you will use all of the welding positions.
You’re likely going to weld horizontal, vertical, flat, and overhead before it’s all said and done… and in order to do that you need to practice in all these positions.
- Intro To Welding Positions
- Flat Position
- Vertical Down
- Horizontal Position
- Overhead Position
In this module, you’ll learn all about the basic welding joints you’ll need to be able to perform so you can start tackling your own projects.
- Intro To Welding Joints
- Overview Of Welding Joints
- Butt Joints
- Lap Joints
- T Joints
- Corner Joints
- Square Tubing To Plate
- Square Tubing To Square Tubing
Here are some videos I have added post launching this course.
I decided to give them away for free to my members. Occasionally I add more.
There are over 2 hours of content here alone.
- Project Building a Welding Cart
- Project: Building a Work Table
- Project: Building an Adjustable Roller Stand
- Project: Building a Propane Cooker
- Cutting and Grinding Mastery
- Ninja Trick To Tune Your Voltage and Wire Speed
- How to use a Plasma Cutter
- Welding/Bending Jig
- 3 Mistakes Beginners Make
What Some Members Have Made
My members have sent me all sorts of projects they’ve completed after going through my training course.
They include welding carts, furniture, metal art, iron railings, and more.
You will need:
- MIG welder / Flux-core welder (a lot of machines are capable of both)
- MIG / Flux wire
- MIG pliers
- Shielding gas – 75/25% mix Argon/Co2 (if MIG welding). No gas is required for flux-core welding.
- Safety equipment:
- Welding helmet
- Welding gloves
- Welding apron/overalls
- Scrap metal to practice with
No. This course is designed for complete beginners, running you through the very basics from setting up your welder, welding safety, and making welds correctly.
This depends on how much experience you have. This course will make a great refresher of the basics if you haven’t welded in some time or are still a beginner.