Pulsed Controlled TIG Welding
Miller Syncrowave 250 TIG welder power source.
Jackson EQC Professional auto dark weld helmet.
welding produces excellent weld results on light gauge sheet metal.
Basic explanation - TIG welding:
GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Weld) also
TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding, is an electrical process where the
base metal is control melted in a non oxygen atmosphere by a tungsten
electrode connected to a welding power source. In the case of sheet
metal, bent shape edges can be fused together or a filler metal can be
added to the molten metal pool before it solidifies. Aluminum, steel
and stainless steel are easily welded by the TIG process. TIG welding
is a rather slow, it is however clean in that it does not splatter onto
adjacent surfaces as compared to most other welding processes.
Successful welds on very thin metal having tiny weld beads are possible
with TIG welding.
- GTAW of aluminum, steel and stainless.
- Custom designed and built basic assembly
positioning weld fixtures.
- Miller Syncrowave with 250 amps of square wave controlled
- Miller timed pulse arc control for setting duration of
pulses of hot cold torch cycling.
- Jackson EQC Professional auto dark weld
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