Lincoln Electric MIG, TIG, Stick & Multi-Process Welders
Lincoln Electric Co. produced the world's first variable voltage portable welding machine in 1911. Fueled by Innovation, Lincoln’s desire to produce the best welding machines possible led to their trademarked red machines being a staple across the globe. Lincoln welders have been used to construct offshore oil rigs, high-rise towers, pipelines, ships and more. Welders Supply has the largest selection of premium Lincoln welding machines in stock and ready to ship.
Our more popular Lincoln welders include:
POWER MIG® 260
Square Wave® TIG 200
Lincoln MIG Welding Machines
The versatility of MIG welders makes them a popular option for a variety of jobs from auto repairs to fabrication. Lincoln MIG welding machines can be ordered in either 1 or 3-phase to suit your intended application. MIG welders can be used to weld carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, nickel and other alloyed materials. MIG machines from Lincoln Electric are easy to learn and can be used competently within a few hours using a “point and shoot” technique.
TIG Welding Machines from Lincoln
TIG welders are best-used when you need to create a precise weld seam. Lincoln’s TIG machines are often used in automotive and aerospace to bond carbon steel, aluminum and stainless steel. TIG welders are ideal for use in cramped spaces because they can be operated upwards, downwards or sideways. The TIG process allows precise control over the amperage and the heat produced during the welding process to create complex joints in less time.
Lincoln Stick Welding Machines
Stick (SMAW) welders offer a low-cost solution for light, medium or heavy-duty applications. Unlike MIG or TIG processes, stick welding can be done in harsh weather conditions. Lincoln stick welders are frequently used for equipment repair, construction and pipework because of their portability. The stick welding process is also more tolerant to debris at the welding point which saves time on pre-weld preparation.