NO-flux

TIG welding doesn’t require any flux since the inert gas is there to shield the molten metals. And therefore there is no hassle of slag or slag inclusion.

High-quality weld

For some jobs, normal weld doesn’t work; they require high-quality weld in order to function well. And the sturdy the weld the better it is. That said, TIG weld is highly famous for delivering top-notch sturdy weld. Not all welders do offer this!

Clean weld

In metal arc welding, the weld needs to be attractive. Except for that, welds should look nice. Otherwise, it harms the entire appearance of the thing. And for clean, shiny, attractive welds, there is nothing better than TIG weld. 
They are very popular for their nice shiny clean welds. All welds require finishing, but TIG weld looks appealing from the beginning hence no finishing required.

Thin section weld

If you are looking for a welder that would leave amazing welds on thin gauge metals, TIG is a great choice. And besides clean, shiny weld, this is another reason why TIG welds are widely used Art industry. 

Spatter

Spatter is small filler metal droplets which occurs due to arc, and it is a big issue since sometimes it drops on the base metal, and that requires grinding later in order to clean those spatter. However, most welding produces spatters, but one that does it very less is TIG.

TIG welding doesn’t create spatter at all. Having that said, if your base metal is not cleaned properly, then it might make little spatter. That’s it!

Welding Position

There are three main positions of welding which are, overhead, down-hand and inclined. And among these positions, overhead welding is the toughest since the filler metal requires deposition against the gravity. And there is a high chance of filler metal falling down.

Doing overhead welding is impossible with some welding machines. But thankfully, TIG machines allow you to do overhead welding. That being said, along with a nice TIG machine, the welder also has to be skilled enough.

Versatility

All welder requires a filler material in order to join two pieces of metal together, but TIG welder can work with or without the filler metal. Moreover, TIG allows you to work on different metals including, Non-ferrous metals such as copper and aluminum.

Corrosion Resistant

Welds need to be corrosion resistant. Otherwise, they will become rusty with no time, and TIG welds are popular for this too, they offer corrosion-resistant welds.

DISADVANTAGES OF TIG WELDING

Along with the advantages, there are a few disadvantages that come with TIG welding too. Have a look below!

Time consumption

TIG welding is slower than any other welder, and that is because of the slow filler metal deposition rate. However, after consuming a good amount of time, it offers top-notch weld, and that should balance it.

However, it depends on you. Do you need a faster welder? Or a welder that delivers top-notch sturdy shiny welds? If the weld is more important to you than time, then TIG would be a great option for you.