The History of TIG Welding
Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) Welding is also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW).
TIG welding or GTAW is a arc welding process which uses non-consumable electrodes which is actually a tungsten stick. This welding process also needs a filler metal. This process is conducted under the shield of an inert gas which can be helium of argon gas.
Read More about Different Types of Welding:
- TIG welding
- MIG welding
- TIG Aluminum Welding
- Submrged Arc Welding
- Flux shielded metal arc welding process principles
- Resistance Projection Welding
- Resistance Spot Welding
- Resistance Seam Welding
- Different types of welding defects.
TIG Welding Basics
How to TIG (GTAW) weld?
GMAW VS GTAW
- TIG Welding is much more clean then MIG welding.
- TIG fuses better than MIG.
- Accurate Welding with very small tolerances can be done.
- Aeronautical industry uses this method very frequently.
- TIG can be used in Aluminum Welding