How to weld with TIP TIG ‍

TIP TIG increases welding speeds, deposition rates, and weld quality and saves welding costs 🚀

How it works

The mechanical action of the forward and backward motion of the filler wire creates an oscillation transferred into the weld. This agitates the molten weld pool, which then disrupts the surface tension.

The combination of these processes produces the following benefits to the weld:

  • Increased fluidity of weld pool
  • Greater tolerance to joint fit-up → Significantly reduced joint sensitivity
  • Greater ability to accept more wire into the weld pool → Higher deposition
  • Increased travel speed 4 to 6 times faster → Reduced cycle time and heat input
  • Agitated weld pool → Cleaner welds
  • Reduced heat input → Reduced weld stress

This welding process was invented and patented in 1999 by our founder, the Austrian weld engineer Siegfried Plasch, with the intention of a higher deposition rate compared to the regular TIG process.


  • TIG hot wire welding and cold wire welding (aluminum welding) with a high dynamic wire feeding system
  • Excellent welding results and a high process reliability
  • Simple handling
  • Dynamic wire feeding for a controllable weld pool even with positional welding: The wire feeding is superimposed in parallel using a sinusoidal movement
  • Lower risk of weld errors
  • Up to 300% faster welding speeds
  • Up to 400% improvement in deposition rates
  • Up to 4 times increase in production
  • Dilution is reduced by up to 80%
  • Heat supply to the wire for improved deposition rate and an even lower risk of weld errors
  • Perfect weld appearance, no weld spatters
  • It can be used with any TIG welding machine
  • Lowest possible welding fumes

TIP TIG, often imitated, never duplicated.