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Tig Welders

Unlike other welding processes, TIG welding requires precise hand coordination - one hand holds the TIG torch while the other adds filler metal to the weld joint. While this makes TIG welding the most challenging process to learn, it also makes it the most versatile for welding different metals.

TIG welding is often used for critical weld joints, non-ferrous metals, and precise, small welds. Though it may be slow, the result is a high-quality weld every time.

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