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PrimeWeld has added its new beginner's guide TIG welding to the list of resources available on the company’s website www.primeweld.com.

The industry-professionally reviewed guide was created to walk beginners through the TIG welding processes safely.

Topics covered include:

  • The differences between TIG and MIG welding
  • The science of TIG welding and how it works
  • Supplies needed for TIG welding
  • MIG welding applications, as well as pros and cons
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