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TIG Welding Stainless Steel Tips and Techniques on 1/4" and .056" (1.4mm)

TIG Welding Stainless Steel Tips and Techniques on 1/4" and .056" (1.4mm)

Tig welding stainless steel 

Please leave your comments on what videos you would like to see here as well as what products you would like to see on our store here at Weldmonger.

This video shows tig welding a 2 pass fillet weld tee joint on 1/4" stainless steel.

Then it shifts gears into a .056" (1.4mm) lap joint.

A Furick jazzy #10 ceramic cup is one of my favorite cups for tig welding stainless steel, cold rolled steel, and 4130 chromoly.

P.S If you already tried the ceramic, and you want to give the glass a try.. Here is a link to the Furick jazzy #10 glass cup

We made a special bundle for you that includes a 2 pack of Jazzy 10 ceramic cups, a TIG finger®, and a gas lens adapter kit that not only works with the jazzy 10 cups but also lets you use any other Furick cup like the 8 pro clear cup.

This bundle is a no brainer for you if you TIG weld stainless or chromoly.

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Jim Steck - October 9, 2023

I would like to see TIG brazing using A/C with minimal electrode positive vs DC.

Charlie Horton - October 9, 2023

I’m also a (mostly) hobby welder and have challenges feeding the filler metal. You make it look so easy on your video’s that I must be missing something. The rod has a lot of friction on my glove and can’t seem to feed a consistent amount of rod every dab. So I go back to my old way feeding the filler metal until my glove gets close to the heat, stop, reset and start again. Thanks for the great video’s!

Matthew Giacalone - October 9, 2023

Hi Jody, thanks for all the videos I’ve been watching over the years. One thing I’m very interested in is fabricating food grade stainless steel counters. It seems to be a specialty that I don’t think gets covered very much, but it is very common in the food service business. Making large pieces of sheet metal come together and appear to be seamless is a skill that I’d like to see demonstrated.
A topic I think you’ve covered, but I would like to see visited again is handrails, the ones you see in stairwells, especially in large commercial buildings that appear to be seamless. Thanks.

James Levi - October 8, 2023

As a hobby welder, my biggest challenge is feeding the filler rod. A video on technique would be most appreciated.

Michael Blenkins - October 8, 2023

I would like to see more of welding dirty cast aluminium and not in laboratory conditions. This would represent more of what I encounter out in the variety of workplaces I encounter. I am sure we dont all work in perfect conditions. Mike

Bill - October 8, 2023

How about welding and or brazing titanium and stainless tubing, for adding stainless tips to a titanium exhaust system.

Bill Christoffersen - October 8, 2023

Like to see you work around the limitations of the early Miller Econotig

Mike Richards - October 8, 2023

I am waiting for the test of the spool gun on the Prime Weld Mig. Like everyone else, love your program. I am a self taught welder and we both know that isn’t necessarily a good thing. Lots of things to miss. I continue to pick up bits from watching you. Keep it up.

Randall Cohen - October 8, 2023

I’m new to any type of welding and I’m grateful for these videos. They help with the welding classes I’m currently enrolled in at our local community college.

Aaron - October 8, 2023

Maybe a review and your impression of the available filler rod feeder tools.
Thank you.

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