Tig welding, or "Tungsten Inert Gas", is another of the most popular methods precisely because it allows you to create high quality joints. Also in this case, inert gas protection is used. The procedure can be performed with or without a filler tube. Tig welding differs from MIG and MAG welding in that it is proposed as an arc welding process which however involves the use of an infusible tungsten electrode.
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