tig welding torch setting tungsten stick out length for fillet welds
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In this video titled “tig welding torch setting tungsten stick out length for fillet welds” Stuart Graves explains the correct method to set the tungsten stick out length when performing a fillet weld. This technique is required when wilding with the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) process which is also known as the Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding process.
The initial set up of “tig welding torch setting tungsten stick out length for fillet welds” looks at the following aspects:
Loosen back cap 0:16
Ceramic touching plate 0:27
Tighten back cap 0:28
Retract Tungsten 2mm 0:48
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