Date(s) - 09/30/2017
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Our sixth session, “TIG Welding, Precise, Refined and Demanding” will build on the previous sessions by introducing Tig welding on Aluminum, this class is open to a max of 8 people. TIG welding is the most difficult of all the conventional welding processes. We will explain the materials and process, how to recognize and troubleshoot your errors. TIG welding takes time to master. We advise that you plan on taking several TIG welding classes with us, or scheduling practice time if you wish to develop this skill. Tig welding of Aluminum requires precise coordination, focus, and a firm grasp of the technical issues involved in the process. By the end of the class you will understand the process, but should be prepared to dedicate 60 or more hours to develop a baseline competency. One learns TIG welding in the same way that one learns any open-ended complex process that involves fine motor skills, like guitar, or painting. Practice practice practice.