Micro TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding, also known as pulse-arc welding, is an arc-welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce an arc which creates the weld. Micro TIG welding is a non-contact process, which, like laser welding, requires an external fixture to apply force to create proper part fit-up. It utilizes a constant current welding power supply which produces high-quality welds with minimal heat affected zone by generating arcs between the workpiece and the tungsten electrode, and using the resultant heat to create the joint.
Amada Miyachi Europe offers two Micro TIG welders with output power ranging from 5 – 50 A or 30 – 300 A. In addition, you will find torches and stands, Lanthanted tungsten electrodes, gas nozzles, cables and safety equipment.
Amada Miyachi’s micro TIG welders are ideal for welding coils and terminals, bus bars, and coated wires. These applications are commonly found in the automotive, medical, battery, and electronics industries.