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Understanding TIG Welding

Author: mdtread

Improper fusion, faults in the connections and hoses, puddle turbulence, contaminants of metals to be welded, or porosity of the weld are places the TIG welder should concern himself with in this process.
There is a middle of the road area for gas flow to the TIG gun while the weld is in progress. Usually around ten to 25 cfh is standard. I have been in windy spots before and had to crank up the gas coverage on my rig to keep the shield from being blow away from outside forces. When you suffer a loss of your gas shield you get weld breakdown. With that said I think the best gauge to purchase is the style of gas gauge that will let the TIG welder really dial up high settings if needed. Your ordinary flow meter will not allow for maximum range at times. It's best to purchase one designed like an oxygen regulator instead of the typical argon meter.
Be mindful of the types of gas lenses being used and what type of TIG gun you will use as well.
You know there is just a wealth of information to be considered in such a tremendous topic like welding of this nature. I would like to cover the actual weld actions too but time won't afford me the space to do it here.
For more information concerning the actual welding process and the dos and don't of TIG Welding please visit : http://www.thewelderslens.com and view the weld while in progress.
For more information concerning the actual welding process and the dos and don't of TIG Welding please visit : http://www.thewelderslens.com and view the weld while in progress.
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