“The World’s most Advanced TIG and TIP TIG
Training & Self Teaching Program.
Three unique TIG Weld Process Controls & Best Weld Practice Training Programs in one.
 ADVANCED AC TIG for all Aluminum welds.
 ADVANCED DCEN TIG for all steels – alloy steel welds.
 TIP TIG the evolution of TIG. Ed bought this exiting new TIG process to both North America and Australia.
This unique three part TIG program deals with attaining the best possible results from both advanced TIG and TIP TIG weld equipment. No more playing around with those complex new electronic TIG weld controls. You will have the knowledge required to enable full utilization of the weld power source control options now provided with Advanced AC – DC and TIP TIG welds.
These programs benefit anyone considering or using Advanced TIG equipment or the TIP TIG process for either manual or robot welds. Those in the Aerospace, Defense, Power, Oil, or Medical industries will provide extensive weld benefits from these unique training or self teaching methods
TIP TIG: Ed bought the TIP TIG process to North America and Australia. If you want to know why you should not be using regular TIG for manual welds or Hot / Cold Wire TIG for automated welds, this program provides unique data that breaks down the differences between regular TIG, Hot / Cold Wire TIG, and TIP TIG. Also with this program you have all the weld settings required for just about any global welding applications.
WHY CHANGE IS GETTING OLD: A note to the Aerospace, Defense, Oil, Power, Nuclear and Medical industries. The majority of the Weld Specifications and Procedures used in your industries will too frequently point out how outdated these important weld control documents are, and also how out of touch most managers and engineers are who are responsible. Weld process control and best practice expertise are the missing links in these industries and are necessary for managers, engineers and supervisors to step into the 21st Century and take ownership and enable their companies to consistently attain the highest TIG or TIP TIG weld quality and productivity with of course the lowest weld costs.
REGULAR TIG TO ADVANCED TIG: When a company purchases a costly new Inverter TIG power source, they may have purchased what is often termed an Advanced TIG power source, the irony is that the company too frequently will have purchased TIG equipment that is simply ineffective in comparison to TIP TIG. Or the new TIG power source will have electronic features that few will best utilize, or bells and whistles that simply should not be used and the add more weld process confusion for the weld shop.;
If you don’t know why an AC Balance Wave Control should be used on many DC welds, you need this program. If you don’ know what the guide lines are for using Pulsed DC welds or AC Hz welds you need this program.
Few companies can typically create TIG weld quality shown below. If you were an engineer involved with traditional TIG and you learnt my program you would have the ability to look at these TIG alum welds, write down the data, procedure and best practices required to enable this weld quality and the remarkable weld quality uniformity.
TIG has dramatically evolved, the question is have you?
If you understand TIG process controls and best weld practices, then welds like this are less of a welding challenge.
TIP TIG.. The program explains why TIP TIG will provide your weld shop with dramatic weld quality and productivity cost benefits, and don’t know how to best set up, utilize or train TIP TIG welders, for manual or automated welds, you need this program.
2017.. Today as its been for almost 70 years, most in the global weld industry still TIG weld the the way its been done for decades. For more than a decade the TIG process has evolved into a far superior process called TIP TIG. In contrast to regular manual TIG or using the most sophisticated TIG electronic weld equipment or the automated Hot Wire TIG process, the TIP TIG process will always;
- produce superior weld quality,
- superior metallurgical,
- superior corrosion properties.
- the lowest distortion,
- the lowest weld fumes
- the lowest all position skill requirements,
- welds that cost tyoically 25 – 30% of the cost of a TIG weld.
- easily automated with reduced arc length sensitivity.
What makes this Advanced traditional TIG and TIP TIG training program unique?
AS WITH THE MIG PROCESS, YOU MAY HAVE WATCHED SKILLED TIG WELDERS “PLAY AROUND” OR SIMPLY NOT FULLY UTILIZE THEIR WELD EQUIPMENT ELECTRONIC WELD PROCESS CONTROL FEATURES.
TIG been been around for at more than 60 years, so why should TIG weld process control – best practice training be necessary even for those “highly skilled” TIG welders?
Maybe you think you have all the expertise necessary with the TIG process. The following are a few fundamental Process Questions that you could ask your experienced TIG welders.
 There are three essential AC process control options that are required for all optimum aluminum welds, What are they and why are they essential?
 Explain the key weld attributes that can be attained from an AC TIG Hz control and a DC TIG pulsed control.
 Your new TIG equipment has arrived, it has a Balance Wave Regulation Control.
What is it? —– Why is it required? —– What benefits do you get from it..
 What is the difference of a Balance Wave Control and an independent Amplitude control? Which is beneficial for your weld shop applications and why?
 How does the AC Balance Wave regulation impact weld fusion or weld burn through?
 What welds will it benefiT from an AC Hz Frequency control, and why.
 Name three important benefits attained from a basic AC Square Wave control in contrast to a TIG power source usin a regular AC Sine Wave?
 Why is it important when welding gauge aluminum to use options that can enable you to stop using pure tungsten.
 When should you consider DCEN Pulsed TIG, and why on many DCEN TIG welds
on parts > 3mm should this option be given careful consideration?
 Explain how the TIG argon gas is responsible for removing the alum oxide for clean AC welds”
 You have AC wave regulation and you want to reduce some of that alum porosity what do you adjust?
 Are different wave form patterns something your welds really need?
 Can you explain why any company any company can decrease it’s TIG weld labor costs by 100 – 400 %, with using the TIP TIG process.
 Can you explain why in less than 10 days, that it’s possible to train none welding personnel on how to pass any all position, code pipe test, on any alloy or steel application using TIP TIG.
 Can you explain why regular TIG and Hot Wire TIG are a poor process for many automated or robot TIG welds, and why the TIP TIG process is far superior?
 Can you explain why in contrast to any TIG weld on any metal, that you will get superior side weld fusion and less porosity from the TIP TIG process.
 Can you explain with TIP TIG, why you don’t need a gas trailing shield for most Titanium welds >3mm?
 Can you explain why pre-heat may be reduced or eliminated, and inter pass temp controls reduced with TIP TIG?
 Can you explain why most advanced electronic options on a new TIG power source are not necessary with most TIP TIG welds.
 Can you explain why in contrast to TIG or Hot Wire TIG, you always attain superior mechanicals and superior corrosion properties from TIP TIG.
For more than six decades, TIG equipment rarely changed. If you examined the global weld specifications and procedures being used in 2017 you will find that the spec / procedures revisions rarely have anything to do with the TIG equip. / process technology available today. It’s ironic that in 2017 as we rush to build space vehicles we will be utilizing data influenced by 1980s weld specifications or procedures that in the last three decades may have been revised with a grammer error.
IT’S TIME TO CHANGE and change starts in the engineering office.
Can you explain the unusual color of this untouched E309, 7 mm, TIG fillet, and the minuscule HAZ.
In industry where focus is too often on welder skills, where process control expertise and best weld practice discussions are rare, where process – equipment ownership by management is poor, it should be no surprise to find that TIG weld process optimization is not what it should be, and the weld shop culture is “why change the way we have always done it”
WITH THE UNIQUE TIP TIG PROCESS, ELECTRONIC OPTIONS ARE RARELY REQUIRED, THE WELD ENHANCEMENT COMES MOSTLY FROM THE MECHANICAL ACTIONS IN THE WIRE FEEDER.
Few alloys attain benefit from weld heat, however the process most widely utilized to weld alloys is TIG, a process that due to it’s low deposition, low travel rates usually puts more weld heat into a part than any other weld process. The evolution of TIG, is TIP TIG. This process will always attain higher weld quality than TIG, and as TIP TIG provides much higher TIG weld speeds, this process provides the least weld heat into any metal being welded.
TIG has been around for 70 years yet even in high tech industries such as Aerospace. Powe, Oil and Defense, you will find that too many TIG weld procedures utilized are out-dated, poor and show a lack of TIG weld process control and best weld practice expertise.
For years the increasing TIG Inveter weld process control options have either added confusion to the shop or are not mentioned in the weld specs.
In 2017 I was given the opportunity to do contract work at United Technology as a senior weld engineer. For a short time I worked on Boeing – NASA, TIG and EB weld projects that will be part of the ORION Space project. Orion is the space shuttle that will journey to the Space Station, the Moon and Mars. One day, I hope to influence companies such as NASA, Boeing and Spacex to start using 21st Century arc weld processes, updated weld specs – procedures, along with weld process controls – best practices methods.
Advanced TIG including TIP TIG. Cost $275.00, plus $30 USA & Canada shipping. Shipping to other countries $60.