You don’t have to be an expert in TIG or MIG welding to get the right solution to your needs. The team at Magpie Machining are experts in this area and will work with you to ensure the right solution is being applied to your problem. Magpie Machining is able to provide the right welding service depending on your materials and goal!
MIG, or metal inert gas, welding is a process that consists of continuously feeding a metal wire into the weld that is being made. As the welding supply is consumed, the wire acts as the filler material that helps to join the two metal objects. The process that occurs during MIG welding is sometimes also referred to as GMAW, or gas metal arc welding.
TIG, or tungsten inert gas, welding does not always use a filler metal for the welding supply like the MIG welding process does. During the TIG welding process, a current is run through the two metal parts that are being joined using a non-consumable tungsten electrode. This process is sometimes referred to as GTAW, or gas tungsten arc welding.
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