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Akshay b.

TIG / GTAW Welding Engineering Designer

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Last updated: Jun 14, 2024

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FAQ for Hiring TIG / GTAW Welding Engineering Designers

TIG/GTAW Welding Engineering encompasses two different disciplines: gas tungsten arc welding and tungsten inert gas. These are both an arc welding process that uses non-consumable tungsten electrodes in order to produce the weld. The welding area and the electrode are protected from atmospheric contamination and things such as oxidation by using an inert shielding glass that keeps them away. A filler metal is also typically used in some welds. That said, autogenous welds do not need it. It is most commonly used in order to weld together thin parts of stainless steel and other non-ferrous materials and metals like copper alloys, magnesium, and aluminum. This process gives those operating it better control over the welds opposed to other processes. At Cad Crowd, we offer you the chance to work with TIG/GTAW welding engineering freelancers who are skilled in these processes.

Manual tungsten arc welding is one that is considered to be a difficult method of welding and is therefore better left up to those who know what they are doing such as those at Cad Crowd. This is because of the coordination that is needed by the person who is welding. It is similar to welding with a torch and usually requires working with both hands because most applications need the welder to constantly be manually feeding filler metal into the area being welded with one of their hands while using the welding torch in the other hand.

Safety is another big thing that must be considered. Welders have to wear the right sort of clothing and protective gear as there is often dangerous particulate matter and gases that must be avoided. Operators have to wear the right sort of helmets and gases, and it can be hard to get your hands on them for the job, making it better left up to those who have done this before and have the proper equipment to do it again. There are a number of applications for such a TIG/GTAW welding engineering field, including the aerospace industry. While it is the most common field that this is found in, there are other areas that use it, such as manufacturing space vehicles. It can also be made to weld small diameter tubes like those in the manual bike industry. It is often used to make first pass, or root, welds in a number of piping services.

At Cad Crowd, we connect you with the TIG/GTAW welding engineering freelancers who are able to get the job done. We have vetted each one of our freelancers in order to ensure that they can take on any job. You can look through the portfolios of those who are on our site and choose the person whose work you like the best or leave it up to use to find that person for you. Whichever path you take, you will get your work delivered to you on time and within your budget. Contact us today for a free quote on your project.

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