TIG welds on Aluminum & other metals.
Using advanced TIG equipment can cause confusion in many weld shops in which the weld personnel may not fully comprehend the new electronic features available with advanced TIG equipment that offers more process controls than the TIG welders may be used to.
With advanced TIG power sources you will have options such as Balance Wave and Hz controls that can offer amazing improvements with all TIG welds. However in an industry that’s slow to embrace change, if these new electronic process control features are not used or under utilized, then why purchase the premium priced TIG equipment in the first place? Remember there are consequences when the highest weld quality at the lowest weld costs is consistently not attained
My TIG self teaching – training program available in the training resource section simplifies and provides the best possible training methods and weld practices that anyone would require to attain the best possible results with advanced TIG equip.
TIP TIG is simply the best arc weld process for any metals and and for all code quality welds. If you or your company is using regular TIG for your manual TIG welds, or Hot – Cold Wire TIG, for your automated TIG welds, you are likely wasting extensive labor costs and resources, and also reducing your weld & part quality potential.
2018: For those interested in attaining the highest weld quality at the lowest costs, for the majority of alloy weld and code quality weld applications, the regular TIG process should more than a decade ago have been replaced by the TiP TiG process.
Ed provides an advanced TIG and TIP TIG self teaching / training program. These two programs simplify the two processes and provide the most comprehensive data ever written, and also reveal the unique weld and application differences between TIP TIG, regular TIG and the Hot /Cold Wire TIG processes.
Ed introduced TIP TIG to both North America and Australia around 2009.