TIG welding technique Tig welding is difficult technique that requires welder skillful and professional. Materials about TIG welding are useful tips for your work

Guides of TIG welding

Guides of TIG welding

TIG welding (Tungsten Inert Gas) is a method of arc welding in a protected gaseous atmosphere with a non-melting electrode (TIG) generated by an arcing rod and maintained between a non-melting electrode Tungsten and weld surface.
Aluminum welding technique with TIG welding method

Aluminum welding technique with TIG welding method

Aluminum and aluminum alloys can only weld effectively with the use of inert gas protection methods such as TIG welding methods, MIG welding. Because these welding methods do not require a flux retaining agent, it still ensures optimum weld quality.
Get started to learn how to TIG weld (Part 2)

Get started to learn how to TIG weld (Part 2)

Hold the TIG welding machine torch in your hand. Be sure to hold it at about 75 degree angle with the tungsten raised no more than 1/4 inch off the metal
Get started to learn how to TIG weld (Part 1)

Get started to learn how to TIG weld (Part 1)

 How to tig weld is a fundamental factor for any starters. It includes safety, introduction to TIG torch, polarity,grind, gas flow, amerage.

Before operating any tig welding machine, make sure to put on protectective eyewear, thick, fire-resistant clothing, and a welding helmet with an eye shield

Tig welding technique do not use stick or self-made offset stick

Tig welding technique do not use stick or self-made offset stick

The Tig welding technique does not use a stick or self-made offset as a method applied for very thin materials such as motorcycle parts, casing of X-ray machines and medical equipment.
It requires high weld, no deformation or roughness inside the material. If welding rods are used, high currents (at least 30A) should be used, as if the temperature is too low it will not melt the stick and distort the welding material, resulting in ineffective welding .
Selection of size and grinding electrodes in Tig welding

Selection of size and grinding electrodes in Tig welding

In the Tig welding technique, electrodes are used with a diameter of 0.25 - 6.35mm, a length of 70-610mm and surface cleaned with a solution or grinded. After pulling strings or bars, the surface will be cleaned with appropriate solutions. Grinding means that the surface is cleaned by electrode grinding.
Material Used in TIG Welding

Material Used in TIG Welding

In Tig welding, material used as shielding gases. However Helium and Argon are more popular in usage because of its reasonable price and the abundant natural gas reserves.
Aluminum welding technique with TIG welding machine

Aluminum welding technique with TIG welding machine

In aluminum welding, you have to understand the process of steps from causing the arc to the end of the arc. On the other hand, you should pay attention to the operation in the torch holder and adjust the metal rod at the appropriate angle.