Welding is one of those skills that are very much high in demand. It’s also a lucrative trade. But this skill is not something that you learn overnight. There are different kinds of welding processes as well as different equipment used depending on the task or the project.
TIG (which stands for Tungsten Inert Gas) welding was first developed during the 1930s and was the preferred method for welding aircraft parts. The process calls for a non-consumable tungsten electrode which delivers current to the welding arc. The weld and tungsten puddle are protected and then cooled with an inner gas.
If you are into TIG welding, you’ll know that there are some tricks that you can employ for particular scenarios. One such trick is varying the tungsten grind’s angle which affects the welding penetration. This process will be shown by the author of this DIY video tutorial.
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