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TIG welding

TIG Welding

Heliarc or GTAW welding is also referred to as TIG welding fabrication. In general a TIG welder is much more developed than any other type of welder because of the complexness in the practice. It requires practical experience and extreme preciseness given that both your hands are being used through the welding procedure. This generates additional control within the welding process and makes a robust exact weld. The exceptional attributes of tungsten provides for welding with a hotter arc as opposed to actual melting point of the tungsten.

TIG welding is desirable when welding the following:

  • Precise small welds
  • Significant weld joints
  • Titanium
  • Aluminum
  • Stainless steel

Stainless Steel Welding

TIG welding is used for precision welds on stainless-steel. Even though TIG welding requires experience and calls for more significant level of skill. TIG welding stainless-steel produces cleaner and much more exact welds. Because of the thermal attributes of stainless steel, it can certainly distort and discolor the metal.

MIG welding could have far more challenges because of the stiffness with the metal and needs a lot of Argon. If MIG welding is utilized for stainless-steel, many times it is done using a globular spray or spray transfer.

  • Globular Transfer - the wire melts for a longer time and produces a blob instead of a puddle. The sound of globular transfer has a popping sound.
  • Spray Transfer - the spray or mist of the wire to the material as it arcs; the noise of the transfer spray is usually a hissing.
MIG welding


Spot welding


What is Spot Welding? How Spot Welding works: while two metal sheets are held together by two copper electrodes, a substantial ac current passes via the electrodes and melts the sheet-metal right into a "spot" as a result welding both pieces together.

Here at Metal Werks, Inc., we've various spot welding functions. Our experienced team is skilled in welding numerous varieties of aluminum, stainless-steel and common steel. Most commonly used for cabinets, drawers, and brackets.