Faulty welding leads is one of the most common problems in pipeline welding. Learn how to maintain your weld cables for optimal results.

Cable size, corrosion, and voltage drop are common weld lead issues that could be preventing you from getting the most out of your Miller®Big Blue® PipePro® 400. Local 798 pipeline welder Tyler Sasse shares best practices for determining welding cable specifications and maintaining ground and stinger leads.

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