Looking for a TIG welder that adapts to your needs? Look no further than Mgder! We offer a comprehensive selection of TIG welders, from AC/DC models for tackling a variety of metals to portable inverters for ultimate flexibility. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a passionate hobbyist, Mgder has the perfect TIG welder to elevate your projects.

Why Choose Mgder TIG Welders?

Unmatched Versatility: Our TIG welders offer the ability to weld in all positions (flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead), making them ideal for working in tight spaces or on roll cages.

Material Mastery: Weld a wide range of metals with confidence, including steel, stainless steel, nickel alloys, copper, brass, aluminum, and magnesium.

Ready to Weld: We carry everything you need to get started, including TIG welders and full argon tanks. So you can skip the hassle and get straight to welding!

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What are the most popular types of TIG welding?

  • There are many different types of GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) or TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding. Some of the most popular types include:
  • DC TIG welding is a process in which an arc is struck between a tungsten electrode and the metal workpiece.
  • Pulse TIG welding is when the output current changes between high and low current.
  • DC Pulse TIG welding allows faster welding speeds with better control of heat input to the work, which is an advantage in the welding of thin stainless and carbon steels.
  • Fusion welding is used when the edges of the metal pieces are melted together using only the heat and arc force generated by the TIG arc.

TIG Welding with filler wire is necessary for many situations with TIG welding to add a filler wire into the weld pool to build up weld reinforcement and create a strong weld.AC TIG welding enables you to TIG weld non-ferrous alloys like aluminum, magnesium, and aluminum alloys.

Frequently Asked Questions

TIG stands for tungsten inert gas, which refers to the welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode and inert gas (usually argon) to create a weld. A TIG welder is a machine that facilitates this process.

The most important applications for TIG welding are pipeline and pipe welding. It is, however, used in many industries, such as aviation and aerospace and sheet metal industries when welding particularly thin materials and special materials such as titanium.

TIG welding is a slower, more precise process that works with many different types of materials. ARC and Oxy-acetylene welding produce strong welds on thick materials and can operate outdoors and underwater.

A TIG welder can be used to weld a wide variety of metals, including steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass, and copper.

TIG welding offers several advantages over other types of welding, including precise control over the heat input, the ability to create high-quality welds with minimal distortion, and the ability to weld a wide variety of metals. It also produces clean and aesthetically pleasing welds, making it a popular choice for welding applications in the aerospace, automotive, and jewelry industries.