Precision TIG welding with computer controlled welders
Because TIG welding is a well-known and understood process, it offers many
advantages; it's readily available and has low cost consumable parts Computer
controlled TIG welders offer excellent gas shielding for cleaner parts.
The TIG arc shape has advantages for specification parts/weld joints.
Computer controlled TIG welder applications
Mold and die repair, metal bellows, valves, metal seals, diaphragms,
pressure transducers, sensors, implant devices, relay cans, capacitor cans,
micro switches, batteries, motors, electronic devices, enclosures, pacemakers,
explosive detonators, airbag components, air seals, tube/fitting assemblies,
vacuum tubes, electrocautery tools, metal meshes, thermocouples, tube closure,
surgical instruments, dental instruments, wires, aspiration needles, injection
needles, surgical baskets, catheter metal capsules, guidewires, light bulb
filaments, and many more.
What kind of qualifications does it take to implement computer controlled
Knowledge of computers is gaining importance, especially for welding,
soldering, and brazing machine operators, who are becoming responsible for the
programming of computer-controlled machines, including robots.