Part 7 - Overhead MIG (MIG Basics with Jody Collier)
Jody Collier - Intro to MIG Welding • 8m 18s
Mig welding overhead is mostly a matter of getting comfortable. Again, POSITION.
The same settings and techniques that are used for flat and horizontal also work on overhead. But if you typically weld really hot, reducing the wire speed by 10% might help.
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