Unusual & Uncommon Uses for a TIG Welder – Eastwood

everybody mad at Eastwood we’re here in the east with garage to another live-text session if you guys haven’t watched one of these before like it to be as interactive as possible so I want you guys to join in log into the chat on facebook or youtube and you can ask questions so we […]

TIG Welding Aluminum Part 4: How to Introduce Filler Metal

Once you get established with the puddle control being consistent, now we can go ahead and introduce some filler metal. At this point we’ve already practiced our hand control with the torch, our motion towards angles and now we’re going to add introducing the filler metal. We try to tell people to start introducing the […]

G.G. Schmitt Completes Welds Faster With Dynasty Welders

When you start off with a new product it’s the learning curve. Miller came in and did training, and the interface became very, very user friendly. Once they’re hired, they get the job, everything, I put them in the Dynasty, and that, like, you can see the smile on their face how it makes their […]

Marine Manufacturer Cuts Hours of Rework on Aluminum Welds

G.G. Schmitt was established in 1951 out of Lancaster, Pennsylvania. We have this location that we’re at here today in Sarasota, and we also just started a new facility up in Summerville, South Carolina. Our primary market is the marine industry throughout the United States. We service all the OEM boat builders, the customers that […]

TIG Welding Aluminum Part 3: Puddle Control Tips

We’re going to start working on puddle control. Puddle control, again not introducing any filler metal at this time at all, is basically establishing the puddle and walking that puddle down the piece. Now aluminum being the heatsink that aluminum gets hot real quick. It’s kind of like driving a car downhill. It keeps picking […]

Miller Service Important to Marine Hardware Manufacturer

With all the challenges here today, equipment is certainly one of the concentrations. Equipment and support from that manufacturer. Support was probably one of the biggest things that drew us to the Dynasty 400. Customer service and our local rep, huge advantage over the competition. Whenever there’s an issue and we make a call, Miller’s […]

TIG Welding Aluminum: AC Frequency Control

Read and follow all labels and the owner’s manual carefully before installing or operating your machine. Hi, I’m Brent Williams with Miller® Electric. We’re going to discuss the benefits of using AC frequency control for welding aluminum with the Miller Dynasty® and how to set this useful feature for optimum results. Let’s take a close […]

Should You Use Pulsed TIG Welding for Aluminum?

Are you ever challenged with making long runs on your aluminum production pieces? Or maybe you just want a little bit faster weld with welding aluminum. You can try adding the pulser to it to help you add the filler metal to your weld puddle. And if you increase the pulses per second on your […]

G.G. Schmitt Reduces Rework by 10% With Dynasty Welders

We reduced our scrap rework with the 400, in the 6 to 8% range and it keeps going up every month. And we’re starting to see, 10 to 11% less scrappage of the BDA from the arc out. And it’s helping on time, it’s increasing efficiencies. And it’s also increasing productivity at the same time. […]

TIG Welding Aluminum Part 1: How to Hold the Torch

Hi, I’m Andy Weyenberg with Miller® Electric. I handle the motorsports marketing for Miller and we get a lot of questions for TIG welding, precisely aluminum. Even from beginners to experienced welders who do a lot of welding with steel, a lot of people have some problems that are working with aluminum. So we’re going […]