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What is the difference between welding with ac and dc?

Most welding applications utilize DC polarity. It produces a better welding output than AC. It creates a more stable arcs, easier welding, and less spatter. You can either use DC positive for more penetration into the steel or use DC negative for faster deposition rates.

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