TIG (GTAW)

TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding is used to make precise, critical welds when joining metals such as mild steel, aluminum, or stainless steel. TIG welding is a two handed process (one hand holds the torch while the other feeds filler metal) and commonly involves a foot pedal or fingertip remote to control the arc amperage while welding. Like MIG welding, a shielding gas (typically argon) is required.  View Miller TIG Product Comparison Chart [PDF]

For precision fabrication, industrial manufacturing. Industry leading AC/DC TIG and Stick welding performance.

For fabricators who need more TIG welding productivity and lower operating costs, new Miller® Syncrowave® machines are the energy efficient TIG welding power sources that make it easier for any welder to get more work done. LEARN MORE about new Miller® Syncrowave® machines.

From field construction to precision fabrication, DC TIG welders that provide increased arc control, which reduces operating costs.

Portable inverter power source, suitable for lighter duty welding of mild and stainless steel.