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10 Primary Differences between TIG Welding and MIG Welding
Welding is a fabrication technique which is predominantly about joining metals or
thermoplastics by creating blend which is normally accomplished by liquefying the parts, adding
a filler material to frame the weld pool which, when cooled, turns into an exceptionally durable
joint (the weld). This is distinctive to brazing and fastening which does not affect dissolving of
the introductory segments but rather liquefies a material between the parts to frame a bond
between them. There are primary three strategies for welding like TIG Welding, MIG Welding
and ARC Welding. For the most part two systems use in industry is TIG welding and MIG
welding. The fundamental Key distinction between these two strategies is taking after,

1. TIG welding uses a tungsten electrode that is not devoured amid the welding procedure. MIG
welding uses a metal electrode that pairs as filler material for the weld and is expended amid

2. TIG welding fundamentally utilizes argon as a protecting gas, with helium sometimes utilized.
Argon is likewise the essential protecting gas utilized as a part of MIG welding; however argon
mixtures and carbon dioxide are frequently utilized for diverse applications.
3. TIG welding obliges a different filler material in pole or wire group in light of the fact that the
anode is not devoured. MIG welding conveys the filler material by means of the anode.
4. TIG welding can be connected to pretty much any metal, from steel to aluminum and
intriguing compounds. MIG welding was created for nonferrous metals, yet can be connected
to steel.
5. TIG welding is thought to be more troublesome than MIG welding in light of the fact that
more tightly resilience’s must be kept up between the electrode, the filler pole and the work
6. TIG welding obliges of a chance time to setup for welding procedure while MIG welding is
easy to use and it takes less time.
7. In welding procedure, starts and exhaust are less create in TIG welding contrast with MIG
8. At the point when discussed many-sided quality MIG welding has less multifaceted nature
and require less aptitude to work machine of welding contrast with TIG welding.
9. TIG welding is mostly used in small application and MIG welding is more used in substantial
10. TIG welding is costly when contrasted with MIG holding. The hardware utilized for MIG
welding cost less and is more open. The MIG holding procedure is ideally equipped for the weld
repair of auto body and light gauge sheet manufacture work.

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