TIG welding is becoming more in demand.
If you’re ready to move on to the next step, this is a great class for you. Learn from our certified tig experts who have performed aerospace and production tig welding – and have years of experience in welding air frames, jet engines, enclosures and more!
The Gas Tungsten Arc Welding process (GTAW), which is also known as the Tungsten Inert Gas process (TIG), allows you to make high quality welds on thin material. Stainless and aluminum are the most common applications, but you can also weld steel, chrome-moly, titanium, zirconium, columbium and other base metals.
We will show you how to match the correct tungsten and filler material to the base metal, as well as the correct procedures and techniques in using the foot control and torch. There will be plenty of hands-on practical bench work for aluminum and stainless welding.