HOW A TIG FINGER WORKS
A TIG Finger is made from extremely heat resistant material and is designed to utilize several layers of heat resistant material to protect your finger from scorching hot metal.
So instead of propping on a ball of duct tape, a wood block, or a scrap leather glove, just put on a Tig Finger and prop wherever you like.
Stainless tubing, aluminium tubing, 6g pipe welding tests, aluminium tubing for tuna towers, boat props, handrails, stainless sheet metal, ...are all good jobs for the Tig finger.
Anyone who has ever TIG welded Aluminium knows how hot it gets. Its hard to prop without burning your fingers.
A TIG finger lets you prop anywhere.
- Some more welding jobs where a TIG finger comes in handy are....
- injection mould repair where a preheat is required.
- aluminium castings like transmission housings
- stainless steel boat props
- marine tubing
- wrought iron
- welding sculpture
- bronze castings
- copper alloys
- small bore stainless pipe....
Any TIG welding job that poses problems on where and how to prop and steady your hand.
A Steady Hand Welds Better....
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How did I weld without one!By: Nick on 30 October 2018Great tool for any welder. Fast delivery times as well!