'Minimum' TIG?

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dgeronimos

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To be honest, me neither, but from what I've read from a few others it 'may' sour your taste for Gas, a little bit perhaps but enough to have changed others minds about using Gas. Danny's right, I really need to try TIG and see for myself. Is it really that good/easier?
TIG certainly delayed my build as I had to save the cash for it. The procedure for TIG welding is the same as gas welding. The only difference being the amptrol. When you want to reduce the heat, you let off the amptrol and that's it.



-Danny
 

Mike Armstrong

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TIG certainly delayed my build as I had to save the cash for it. The procedure for TIG welding is the same as gas welding. The only difference being the amptrol. When you want to reduce the heat, you let off the amptrol and that's it.-Danny
Interesting stuff. If anything, I believe I was already informed that practicing with Gas, since I already have that setup, is also good practice fir TIG welding since they both use simular technique, true?
 
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