TIG Welding

Simple Guidelines on Using AC/DC TIG Welders

9 Nov , 2016  

TIG welding is a skill that needs time and a considerable amount of practice to be developed. It requires patience and practice. TIG welding is generally used to weld metals alloys like copper, stainless steel and Titanium and it can also be used to weld two dissimilar metals. This process is highly useful for tricky welds and typical welding shapes like S-shapes, curves, and corners where the welds are highly visible and accuracy and finish are required. It creates high-quality welds and a wide range of metals can be welded with it.  More…

MIG and TIG Welding

AC/DC TIG Welders – Knowing the Advantages and Disadvantages

9 Nov , 2016  

TIG welding or Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) is one of the most demanding techniques among the various welding methods. However, it provides various advantages and is a coveted skill among both professional and amateur welders. Skilled TIG welders can accomplish advanced operations and are always in demand in an ever growing industry. However, TIG welding is not a difficult skill to learn. While professional courses always help, it can also be learnt on one’s own. More…

MIG and TIG Welding

3 Things You Must Know About AC/DC TIG Welders

13 Jul , 2016  

TIG or GTAW (Gas-Tungsten Arc Welding) is widely regarded as the best method for finer welding of metals like aluminium. The welds are some of the finest, and with skill, may not even need any grinding. It also allows a welder to work with metals like aluminium, expanding their repertoire. In return, TIG does require you to learn additional skills, the primary ones being handling the filler rod with your free hand and potentially learning to control the output current with a pedal. The pedal control can be done away with in some cases where the welder provides some form of advanced automatic control. This gives you the opportunity to weld while standing up, something that is quite hard to do when controlling a foot pedal. More…

MIG and TIG Welding

Basic Guidelines for Getting the Best AC/DC TIG Welders in Australia

19 Apr , 2016  

TIG or Gas Tungsten Arc Welding is the preferred form of welding used by professionals today. TIG welding results have a good finish and high strength. While it does require some skill to operate, it is only because the filler metal is fed using the free hand. For welds that do not require a filler metal, TIG is as easy as any other form of high-temperature welding. More…