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TIG Welding

5 Things to Know About TIG Welding

TIG welding or gas tungsten arc welding requires extreme precision in order to produce a perfect weld that is free of discontinuities and defects. A TIG weld is highly-precise and pure — and a challenge to master. Axenics has three expert TIG welders on the team who are producing hard-to-reach weldments and subassemblies for semiconductorsRead more

Manual TIG welding at Axenics

Top Expectations for TIG Welding

Tungsten inert gas welding or TIG welding, a.k.a. gas tungsten arc welding, is one of the most-challenging manual welding processes to learn and master, both physically and mentally. TIG welding requires the use of all of the welder’s extremities, as the welder is typically standing on one foot while using a foot pedal remote withRead more

Argon TIG welding, cleanroom

Why Use Argon For Ultra High Purity TIG Welding

Tungsten inert gas or TIG welding (sometimes called gas tungsten arc welding) is used in component manufacturing because it results in highly-accurate, repeatable and refined welding. If your final product requires precision, TIG welding may be a great option for you.Read more

Axenics employee uses TIG Welding to produce fine art

The Art of TIG Welding Provides Value in Manufacturing

With seemingly every fourth person you pass displaying multiple tattoos on their exposed arms, it’s easy to see the precise detailing that goes into the art of ink on skin. This art is one of precision and though far removed on the spectrum of application, welding can also be as artistic and precise.Read more

Orbital Welding

Why Manufacturers Turn to Orbital Welding for Their Components

With the variety of welding services that are available, selecting the best process for every application can be confusing. Should the application utilize manual TIG welding due to the large welds that are required for the piping size? When should orbital welding services be considered? Let’s take a closer look at when manual TIG weldingRead more

Exploring Weldments: Shielding Gases and Welding Processes

At Axenics, we specialize in Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), also known as Tungsten Inert Gas, or TIG Welding. We perform this type of welding because it allows for accurate, repeatable and refined welding, and is therefore ideal for projects where there is a need for high quality and precision. Many industries require high purityRead more

Orbital Welding

Exploring the Advantages and Disadvantages of TIG Welding

Axenics specializes in TIG welding, which can be utilized in a variety of industries and manufacturing processes. There are advantages and disadvantages to TIG welding, however, we must first define what TIG welding is, and how it differs from other types of welding.Read more

Welding Services at Axenics

What Do Welding Services Cost?

There are many reasons why companies need to invest in welding services. As with any investment, it’s important to do your research to make sure you’re getting the best value for your dollar. It’s also important to understand that there are a variety of factors that can affect the cost of welding services. The moreRead more

Tensile Strength and its Implication on Quality Control

Stainless Steel tubing is used in a wide variety of industries, including: Semiconductor, Medical, Life Sciences and Aerospace. While heavily-regulated industries like BioTech and Aerospace have stringent regulations and inspections, the Semiconductor industry has few systems in place to account for quality control.Read more