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The Old Welder Comics shop tips safety and shop stories by Frank Tabor- Horse Opera Blacksmiths Without Eye Protection - safety glasses Wear goggles!!
Horse Opera Blacksmiths Without Eye Protection.



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Cartoon Tiger TIG (Tungstun Inert Gas) welding - play on name of A.A. Milne character Tigger.

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TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding is a welding process used primarily to weld aluminium and stainless steel. It was also known by the proprietary name Heli-Arc when helium was used for the inert gas. While used mostly for exotic hard to weld materials it is also used for steel and bronze.

TIG uses a high frequency electric power source, an inert gas or inert gas mix and a tungsten electrode.



"Tigger" a popular A.A. Milne character from Winnie the Pooh and other books published in the 1920's.
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