1. MIG Welder: This type of welder specializes in metal inert gas (MIG) welding, which uses a consumable wire electrode to join two pieces of metal together.

    2. TIG Welder: A TIG welder uses a tungsten electrode to create an arc between the electrode and the workpiece, creating a precise and high-quality weld.

    3. Stick Welder: A stick welder, also known as shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), uses a consumable electrode covered in a flux coating to create an arc and join two pieces of metal together.

    4. Flux-Cored Arc Welder: A flux-cored arc welder uses a wire electrode with a flux core, which protects the weld from contamination and produces a strong, high-quality weld.

    5. Pipe Welder: A pipe welder specializes in welding pipes, often for use in plumbing, heating, and cooling systems.

    6. Underwater Welder: Underwater welders work in the ocean or other bodies of water, using specialized equipment and techniques to weld and repair structures and equipment.

    7. Aerospace Welder: Aerospace welders work on aircraft and spacecraft, using specialized welding techniques and materials to create strong and reliable welds.

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