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TIG v Oxy

coebah

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Hey Guys, seeking some advice on the best welding method. From my understanding TIG appears to be the most commonly used method of welding 4130 Tube steel, however I have been reading the EAA book on Aircraft welding and it only refers to Oxy.






Any comments on preferences or tips that may be of use to me. I've used Oxy before but TIG is new to me.


Cheers


Brian
 

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