• TIG Welding TIG Welding Advantages One of the greatest advantages of the TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding or Gas Tungsten Arc welding (GTAW) process is that it will weld more kinds of metals and metal alloys than any other arc welding process. TIG welding can be used to weld most metals, including  aluminum,... Read more >>
  • TIG Welding Equipment TIG Welding Equipment. The basic features of TIG welding equipment used in TIG welding are shown in figure 10-33. The major components required for TIG welding are: TIG Welding Equipment : Includes (1) the TIG welding machine, or power source (2) the TIG welding electrode holder and the tungsten electrode... Read more >>
  • Lincoln Precision Tig Welder 225 Lincoln Precision Tig  Welder 225 The* Lincoln Precision TIG Welder* 225 gives you the “Power to Perform”, for general fabrication, automotive/motorsports, vocational schools or serious hobby work. Micro-Start™ II Technology delivers precision arc performance to improve arc starting, welding and weld cratering. Features like patented Auto-Balance™ and a built-in simple... Read more >>
  • TIG Welding 4130 Chromoly Tubing TIG Welding 4130 Chromoly Tubing 4130 chromoly steel  has an excellent strength to weight ratio, is easily welded and is considerably stronger and harder than standard 1018 steel. The 4130 grade of chromoly or chrome-moly is a high-strength low-alloy (HSLA) steel that contains molybdenum (0.15 – 0.25 percent by weight)... Read more >>
  • TIG Welding Aluminum DC Electrode Negative TIG Welding Aluminum DC Electrode Negative Does your TIG welding machine have enough amperage to weld thick Aluminum? Are you tired of pre-heating only to find that your tungsten cannot withstand the constant AC arc? Direct Current Electrode Negative (DCEN) or DC(-) TIG welding Aluminum. There are no short cuts... Read more >>
  • TIG Welding Process Principles TIG Welding Process Principles Before TIG welding begins, all oil, grease, paint, rust, dirt, and other contaminants must be removed from the welded areas. This may be accomplished by mechanical means or by the use of vapor or liquid cleaners. Striking the arc may be done by any of the... Read more >>
  • TIG Welding Advantages TIG Welding Advantages TIG Welding  is the most popular method for welding aluminum, stainless steels, and nickel-base alloys. It produces top quality welds in almost all metals and alloys used in the welding  industry. The process provides more precise control of the weld than any other arc welding process, because... Read more >>
  • TIG Welding (GTAW) TIG Welding **TIG Welding or Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) **is a process in which the joining of metals is produced by heating with an arc between a tungsten (non-consumable) electrode and the work. A shielding gas is used, normally argon. TIG welding is normally done with a pure tungsten... Read more >>