MIG & TIG Welding*
Metal Inert Gas welding (MIG) welds metal together using a consumable wire that is connected to an electrode current. The wire and inert gas pass through the welding gun simultaneously, and the gas protects the electrodes from any contaminants. MIG welding is generally faster, simpler, and less costly.
Tungsten Inert Gas welding (TIG) involves non consumable tungsten along with inert gas. In order to prevent melting issues, the tungsten electrode provides electricity but not the filler for the welding process. TIG welding is cleaner, offers greater precision, is good for thin materials, and is autogenous – requiring no filler material.
Depending on your project, Taber may be able to process your MIG and TIG welding in-house.