TIP TIG WELDING
TIP TIG Weld Benefits in Contrast to TIG and Pulsed MIG
TIP TIG is an easy to use arc weld process which is the only arc weld process capable of manual and automated welds that should not require weld rework.
All industries benefit from a weld process such as TIP TIG that provides the high weld energy necessary to eliminate alloy sluggish and any weld fusion concerns.
As TIP TIG provides the highest weld energy in an inert atmosphere, it provides the lowest weld porosity and oxidation for the cleanest possible welds.
All industries benefit when for any all position, code quality welds they only have to use one weld process such as TIP TIG. One Process, one gas, one weld wire, one procedure, and two simple weld settings that will apply to all welds and metals.
With EN polarity and increased weld speeds, TIP TIG delivers the lowest welded part heat, the highest possible mechanical and corrosion properties, the lowest potential for weld / part cracks, and the lowest weld stresses and distortion.
TIP TIG, no spatter, no weld cleaning, no grinding, no inter-pass temp concerns, and always the least possible arc weld fumes.
TIP TIG and a few of the Unique Weld Attributes
TIP TIG enables the highest arc weld energy, enabling superior weld fusion over any other weld process.
TIP TIG enables the lowest oxidation buildup and lowest weld porosity. No more grinding. No more Wire Brushing, just the cleanest possible weld. If you want evidence look at all the untouched welds on the videos and photos.
TIP TIG with root or any all position weld passes requires fewer welder skills than either the TIG, MIG & the Flux Cored process.
With EN polarity and increased weld speeds TIP TIG now enables the lowest possible welded part heat, providing the smallest possible weld HAZ, the lowest possible stresses, the lowest possible distortion & crack sensitivity.
There is no longer a need to use TIG or Stick for the root and another more cost effective process for fill passes. With TIP TIG, you have one easy to set power source, you will require no more than two weld settings that can be applied to all welds. One weld wire. One gas. One weld procedure and weld any metal, any thickness, any position. No weld rework and practical and cost effective on any metal, size, or application.
As TIP TIG welds are made in an inert plasma, and use EN polarity with increased weld speeds, this enables on any clean parts the lowest possible weld fumes. In most cases, fans and exhaust equipment may not be required even when welding chrome Hex Chrome alloys such as stainless, inconel.
TIP TIG Welding Alloys, Steels & Aluminum
The weld industry has never had an easy to use semi-automated and automated arc weld process, that's capable of producing the three attributes that enable defect free welds.
TIP TIG always enables the best possible weld fusion. Or with clad welds, the least possible weld dilution. TIP TIG welds will have the lowest weld porosity and TIP TIG welded parts will have the lowest welded heat input, providing metallurgical results not attained with any other weld process.
These requirements will reduce the amount of weld required and greatly reduce the weld labor and consumable costs, and concerns for the influence of weld heat on the metals welded.
Highest weld energy in an inert atmosphere enables the lowest oxidation leading to the lowest weld impurities, and the cleanest welds.
The easy to use TIP TIG process that with welds in any position from gauge to any thickness will typically requires a couple of common weld setting
My TIP TIG - Manual & Robot MIG - Flux Cored Weld Process Controls & Best Weld Practice Self Teaching and Training Resources
Everything at this site can be proven in less than an hour. Thanks to the general, global lack of Weld Process Controls and Best Weld Practices, it’s not uncommon to find manual and robot MIG or flux cored weld personnel “playing around” with weld controls and also using incorrect manual or robot weld practices.
In many companies, you will find a front office lack of understanding of both weld quality production potential capability with their manual or robot welds. Also you will find few managers that can tell you the cost of a simple 1/4 MIG fillet weld, Another indication of the lack of front office weld process control expertise is, ask two of the most experienced weld persons in the shop what the wire feed, amps, and volts spray transfer start point is with an 0.35 (1mm) steel wire and 80/20Co2 gas.
This industry has had 65 plus years of relying on sales reps who have never managed a welding shop for weld advice. And what weld shop hasn’t tried numerous MIG gas mixes over the last decade hoping for a crutch solution for their frequent inconsistent and poor MIG results. Lets face it, weld managers, engineers and supervisors cant be happy watching their MIG and Flux Cored welders or robot technicians playing around with the two simple MIG weld controls.
If a weld shop wants progressive change, and to step into the 21 st Century, they will want their employees to have the weld process controls and best weld practice expertise that will enable all to fully comprehend the MIG – Flux Cored and also TIP TIP process requirements necessary to consistently attain the best possible weld and quality and productivity, I would recommend that you take a moment with my unique Manual and Robot Weld Process Controls & Best Weld Practice, Self-Teaching – Training Resources.