Tig welding torch components and assembly
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In this video titled “tig welding torch components and assembly” Stuart Graves talks about the components that make a up the tig welding torch, Stuart also explains the correct method on how to assemble the tig torch ready for welding.
This correct method of tig welding torch components and assembly will assist you in setting up your tig welding torch for successful welding, this information is a great and valuable information for the beginner welder or the experienced tig welder who needs a reminder of the initial set up of the tig welding torch components and assembly.
The initial set up looks at the following aspects
How to put tig torch together 0:05
Tig torch components 0:10
Tig Collet body 0:20
Tig Ceramic gas cup 0:40
Tig Collet 0:55
Tig Back cap 1:10
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