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Choosing the right welder can feel overwhelming, since there are so many equipment options in welding. At Richard Childress Racing, they use many different types of welders to build race cars. Whether you are a hobbyist, a semi-professional, or a professional, follow these tips for how to choose the welder that will best suit your needs. Key factors to consider include your input power, how much space you have for the welder, the material thickness you will be welding, and your cost and budget.

Miller also offers a product selector guide for the performance and racing industry, which you can find at:
https://www.millerwelds.com/industries/industry/racing-customizing-restoring?utm_campaign=social&utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_content=description

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