TIG welding is a primary method of welding used at ADS Laser Cutting. Typically for fabricating materials such as stainless steel, mild steel, aluminium, and copper.
Through years of collective experience and continuous investment, our team of metal welders and fabricators are highly skilled. This includes areas such as MIG, TIG and spot welding. Tungsten Inert Gas (or TIG) welding is a technique commonly deployed in the sheet metal fabrication industry.
TIG Welding is a process which uses electricity to melt and join pieces of metal together. Originally invented in the 1940s to provide a solution for welding magnesium and aluminium in the Californian aerospace industry. It has become increasingly popular due to its versatility, minimal finishing requirements, cleanliness and suitability for welding a wide array of different metals.
TIG welding is not the easiest or cheapest method of welding, but the end results are often incredibly high-quality and aesthetically pleasing.
ADS have recently invested in a new site which is four times bigger than our previous building, where we have united all processes under one roof.
Our newly-purchased Fox’s site has allowed us to double the amount of welding bays we have. Due to the sheer size of the fabrication bay, we can work on extremely large fabrication projects if required.
As part of the redevelopment of the Fox’s site, our team’s working conditions were at the forefront of our minds. Our new extraction systems are far more state-of-the-art than previous systems, with full at-source fume extractions and digital flow detectors providing our welders with a cleaner and safer working environment.
Our newly acquired and re-developed Fox’s site provides us with 87,000 square feet of manufacturing capabilities across laser cutting, folding, fabrication, powder coating and assembly, before delivering your finished project anywhere in the UK.
We have a team of coded welders who are regularly assessed and are approved to BS EN ISO standards. Our team are capable of TIG welding metals such as mild steel and stainless steel, but also metals which are often deemed difficult to weld such as aluminium.