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Sat, Mar 07


Hazard Factory

TIG Month March 7,14,21/2020

You will get the best results from this class if you have spent at least five hours of mig or stick welding previously. Please take our five hour mig welding intensive before taking this class. This class class meets three Saturdays of the month. No reschedules are available.

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TIG Month March 7,14,21/2020
TIG Month March 7,14,21/2020

Time & Location

Mar 07, 2020, 12:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Hazard Factory, Hazard Factory LLC, 7th Avenue South, Seattle, WA, USA


About the Event

This class is open to a max of 4 people. We provide welding helmets gloves and consumables. 

Class meets the first three Saturdays of March. The Seventh , Fourteenth, and Twenty first at noon.  

You must attend these dates, no make up dates or reschedules are available.    If your schedule is volatile please book private lessons.

 TIG welding is the most difficult, and prestigious of all the conventional welding processes. We will explain the materials and process, how to recognize and troubleshoot your errors. We will TIG weld Mild steel, Aluminum, and a little stainless. This class is designed to help you develop these skills as efficiently as possible.

 TIG welding takes time to master. 

Tig welding of steel is difficult and TIG welding of Aluminum requires even more 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 machines and the process, but should be prepared to dedicate 60-10,000 or more hours to develop competency. One learns TIG welding in the same way that one learns any open-ended complex process that involves fine motor skills and technical comprehension, like surgery, painting. or playing guitar,  practice, study, practice, study, practice. 

We do not offer reschedules for this class. If your schedule makes attending sequential weekend dates difficult, please book private instruction. 


  • Tig Month March 7,14,21/ 2020

    Ticket includes the cost of gas, electrodes, material, power and overhead, these represent 45% of the ticket price.

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