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A full-service steel fabrication shop, MM Steel is the
best place to go for all your TIG welding needs.

Why MM Steel for your TIG Welding?

At MM Steel, we take pride in our TIG welding services. Our experienced welders know how to use MIG, Stick Welding, along with welding multiple material types and thicknesses to ensure your projects have structurally sound welds. Contact us today to get an expert welder for your project. Don’t forget to let us know if you are in a time crunch to see what we can work out.

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What is TIG welding?

TIG welding is one of the most common methods. For reference, welding is joining two pieces of material together by heating them until they melt and then fusing them, but there are many different welding methods. Welders use TIG welding for thinner materials, due to producing a smaller heat-affected zone than other methods. This means that there is less risk of warping or damaging the material. Additionally, TIG welding is used on various materials, including metals such as aluminum and stainless steel. As a result, it is a versatile Welding method that can be used in multiple applications.

Benefits of TIG welding?

One of the significant benefits of TIG welding is that it produces high-quality welds. This is because the welds are made without any filler material, making them less likely to crack or break. Additionally, TIG welding can be used to create precise welds, which is why it is often used in the aerospace and automotive industries. Another benefit of TIG welding is that it produces very little waste. This is because the welder can precisely control the heat and energy applied to the welded material. As a result, TIG welding can save both time and money.

  • No filler material required

  • Create precise welds

  • Produces very little waste

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Do I need TIG welding for my project?

TIG welding is a highly versatile welding process that can be used on various materials, including metals of different thicknesses. However, this is always a great question to ask if you are unsure, and at MM Steel, we’d be more than happy to help you figure that out. A few things TIG welding is good at are small & thin metals, decorating metals & precise & pretty welds.

If you’re interested to learn more about our TIG welding services, please contact us today. We are happy to answer any questions you have and provide you with a free quote.


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No job is too big or small for our team, view our other services below. We’ll work with you closely from start to finish to ensure your vision becomes a reality. Thank you for considering us for your TIG fabrication needs!

Have Any TIG Welding Questions? Check out our FAQ Below!

If you still have any questions please don’t hesitate to use our contact form under the FAQ! We know our stuff.


You can get estimates by calling us or contacting us using the sections below or our “Contact Us” section on the website. While we may be able to give rough estimates over the phone, to receive an accurate estimate, the job will have to be seen in person, and there may be fees applicable if we have to drive to your site to look at the job.

We can work from designs, and we also have people familiar with making designs who may be able to provide suggestions as well.

That can vary based on the complexities of your job among other things. However, if you need welding done as soon as possible be sure to mention it so we can see what can be worked out.

Just about all types of Carbon Steels, low-alloy Steels, alloyed Stainless, Nickle alloys, Aluminum and its alloys, Titanium, Magnesium, and other nonferrous alloys. Different filler material or shielding gas may be needed depending on what you want to weld.

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