TIG welding is typically employed for thin precious metal, e.g. stainless steel, copper, aluminium and other metallic materials. TIG welding can be executed with or without the addition of a rod, in thinner metals the rod is often omitted. TIG welding is a very accurate method of welding, which can be executed quite precisely due to the high-temperature, concentrated electric arc. TIG welding is only done with inert gasses as safeguard, e.g. argon.
KK Metal does TIG welding of frailer workpieces, typically in stainless steel, whereby a high-quality welding is achieved, which further requires a minimum of finishing. TIG welding is done manually, with machine, and welding robot