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What is TIG Welding?

What is TIG Welding?

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Tungsten Inert Gas Welding is an advanced type of welding. TIG Welding is used when high-quality welding is required. In this welding, a non-consumable tungsten electrode is used as the name says. An arc is generated between the workpiece and the tungsten electrode to initiate the process of TIG welding. The arc provides heat to the workpiece that melts the base metal and later on fused and welded.

June 23, 2021

7 Tools You Need To Have In Your Workshop

7 Tools You Need To Have In Your Workshop

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Apart from your essential welding devices like the welder and other safety equipment, there are a bunch of other tools that will assist you when welding. To get the best outcomes you’ll need to have instruments that can help hold your metal in place while you weld. In case you’re making slag you’ll require instruments to tidy it up as well.

June 16, 2021

Best Angle Grinders for Welding!

Best Angle Grinders for Welding!

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Angle Grinders are a truly helpful welding instrument that you will find in every metal-working shop. They’re a handheld tool that use discs to cut metal, smooth a weld, eliminate rust and crush the grooves in your metal. During MIG or TIG welding, you’ll need to set up your metal so that you are welding on a spotless surface. You will need to tidy up the weld subsequently so it looks perfect and smooth. An Angle Grinder is an ideal apparatus that will save you long periods of manual work.

June 5, 2021

Metal forming processes commonly used in Industries!

Metal forming processes commonly used in Industries!

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Sheet metal shaping is instrumental in the fabrication and assembling of parts and segments for manufacturing. A sheet metal forming process involves reshaping a metal while it is still in its strong solid state. The versatility of certain metals makes it easier to twist them from a solid piece into an ideal structure without losing the primary structure of the metal. We’ll take a look at the six most common sheet metal forming processes.

May 20, 2021


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