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Everything That You Will Need For TIG Welding
Now that you've got yourself a TIG welder, or you're in the process of buying a TIG, you're all set to start stacking dimes, right? Well, you're close. There are a number of other TIG welding accessories that you will want in your shop for either performance or safety reasons. Let's go over some of the items you'll need for TIG welding and some items you may want that will help make the job easier. We want you to get the most out of your welder and are here to help you select the best products to do so.
The first thing you absolutely need is a welding helmet, and we suggest an auto-dimming helmet because it allows you to see what you're doing, with the helmet down and then it dims immediately when you begin to weld. The next item is a welding cart, which is essential for MIG or TIG welding where you will need to secure a gas bottle close to the machine. The Eastwood Pro Cart is a great choice because it holds both a MIG and TIG welder as well as the gas bottles for both machines. You will also need quality TIG welding gloves as well as a jacket. TIG welding gloves are typically much thinner than MIG gloves and allow for more dexterity. Eastwood also offers all kinds of accessories to improve your welds and make your job easier, from basic consumables to gas lens kits, tungsten grinders, filler rods and tugnstens. No matter what you need, you can probably find it at Eastwood, where we've been helping restoration enthusiasts do the job right since 1978.
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