ArcCaptain Tig Welding Machines:

ARCCAPTAIN TIG200P TIG Aluminum Welder

  • Versatile Multi-Process Capability
  • Innovative Dash-Arc Technology
  • Comprehensive AC & DC Modes
  • Intuitive Digital LED Display
  • Exceptional Aluminum Welding Strength
  • High-Quality TIG Torch
  • Foot Pedal Control Support
  • Lightweight and Portable


  • Master High-Frequency TIG Welding
  • IGBT Inverter Technology in a Compact Design
  • High-Frequency Arc Starting
  • Ultra-Portable for On-the-Go Jobs
  • User-Friendly and Convenient
  • Efficient Fan-on-Demand
  • Exceptional MMA Performance
  • Versatile TIG Material Thickness Range
  • Compact and Ergonomic Design

What can I weld with a Tig Welding Machine?

A TIG welder is like the Swiss Army knife of the welding world. It’s precise, versatile, and can handle a whole lot of different materials. If you’re wondering what a TIG welder can weld, here’s the rundown:

  • Stainless Steel: Like butter. TIG welders can join stainless steel pieces without breaking a sweat, making clean, strong welds that look sharp.
  • Aluminum: This can be tricky for some welders, but not for a TIG. It can weld aluminum smoothly, giving you solid joins without a mess.
  • Mild Steel: Bread and butter. TIG welders make easy work of mild steel, letting you get those welds done quick and right.
  • Copper, Brass, and More: Got something more exotic? TIG welders can handle copper and brass, too. They’re great for those jobs that need a delicate touch.

The beauty of TIG welding is in the control. You get to dial in exactly how you want the weld to look and how deep it goes. Whether you’re working on a custom bike frame, fixing a gate, or crafting something unique out of metal, a TIG welder’s got your back. It’s the go-to tool when you need precision and versatility, no matter the project.

Frequently Asked Questions

A TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welder is a welding machine that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld. The electrode creates the arc which is used to melt the base metal, and a separate filler rod may be used if necessary.

When shopping for a TIG welder, consider features such as the amp rating (e.g., 200 amp), dual voltage capability, whether it offers TIG welder with pulse function, and the ability to perform multiprocess welding. Additionally, the type of torch, its inverter type, and customer reviews are important factors to consider.

TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode, while MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding uses a continuously fed wire electrode. TIG welding typically produces a more precise and refined weld compared to MIG welding.

Yes, some TIG welders are designed with the ability to perform stick welding as well, which can be a useful feature for users who need flexibility in their welding capabilities.

Dual-voltage capability allows the TIG welder to be used with both 120V and 240V power sources, providing flexibility for different work environments and power availability.

A TIG welder with pulse function allows for better control over the weld pool and heat input, which can result in improved weld quality, reduced distortion, and better overall performance, especially when working with thinner materials.

A multiprocess welder is capable of performing multiple types of welding processes, such as TIG, MIG, and stick welding. This versatility is beneficial for users who need to work with various materials and welding techniques.

Customer reviews provide valuable insights into the performance, reliability, and usability of a TIG welder, helping potential buyers make informed decisions based on real user experiences.

Yes, TIG welding is commonly used for welding aluminum due to its ability to produce high-quality, clean welds on the material.

The amp rating is crucial as it determines the welding capabilities of the machine. Higher amp ratings, such as 210 or 200 amp, provide more power and versatility for handling a wider range of materials and thicknesses.