Welding Gun Stabilizer™


The Welding Gun Stabilizer™ consists of several hinged sections that allow rotation concerning one another. With a user’s hand, the stabilizer may include a holder designed to accept the end of a welding gun and a positioning device at one end to minimize welding gun movement. The stabilizer is held by the user’s hand and allows for precise and repeatable welding movements. The stabilizer allows the user to push fingers slightly instead of constantly gripping the trigger.







Special features

  • Allows more precise hand movements while welding
  • Light weight with better ergonomics and easily used
  • Adaptable to existing welding guns
  • Reduces hand injuries to welders from repetitive movements




The Welding Gun Stabilizer™ is made up of two 1.5-inch door hinges.  Steel flat bar 14 gauge thick (5/64 “) was used for most of the apparatus. 5/16”. The vertical posts and the bar on which the welding gun’s trigger rests were thick steel round bars. The entire device was sprayed with high-temperature spray paint. A refractory kiln brick was cut to 7/16″ thick and 2.5″ x 1 3/8″ in size. This brick was attached to the finger box. A leather strap with a latch was used to adhere to the user’s wrist. One of the patent claims states that the materials used can be changed.





Materials needed to produce the Welding Gun Stabilizer™:

  • 2 x Door hinges that are 1 ½” long x 2” wide
  • 1 x 2″ wide flat bar steel 14 gauge thick (5/64″)
  • 1 x round bar stock steel 5/16” thick
  • 1 x Fire brick cut to 7/16” thick, 2 ½” x 1 ⅜”
  • Leather Glove
  • Additional assembly and finishing items




The Welding Gun Stabilizer™ is covered by United States Utility Patent: 10,894,297




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