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Methods of Aluminum Welding. Aluminum Welding Techniques. MIG Welding ( Metal Inert Gas)- supplies power to wire fed through the center of gas cone, heat and filler are the same. TIG Welding (Tungsten Inert Gas ) or Heliarc – seperates the heat source from the filler material. MIG Welding.

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aluminum welding techniques
Aluminum Welding Techniques
  • MIG Welding (Metal Inert Gas)- supplies power to wire fed through the center of gas cone, heat and filler are the same.
  • TIG Welding (Tungsten Inert Gas) or Heliarc – seperates the heat source from the filler material.
mig welding
MIG Welding
  • Shield gas is 100% Argon
  • Faster than regular steel MIG welding, due to the higher thermal conductivity
  • Material must be very clean for effective weld
  • Good for long runs and heavy material
tig welding
TIG Welding
  • Shield Gas mostly Argon some helium
  • Electrode usually tungsten
  • Similar Brazing or soldering
  • Cleans surface while welding, less prep than MIG
  • Slower than MIG
  • Good for thin metal, seals better than MIG, and usually more attractive depending on the welder