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How to Adjust the Size of TIG Welding Tungstens

Kevin shares a trick for TIG welding in tight places. He shows a small accessory that likely comes with every TIG welder, although many people do not know what it is for. If you are welding in tight spaces, though, they'll find the short end cap, or "tail," that tightens the collet that holds the TIG welding tungsten in place really helpful. Caron explains how to make smaller tungstens and how to put together the TIG torch with the smaller end cap, or tail.

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