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Tip-top Top Tips

Apr 26th 2017

Our tops are designed to spin for a long time. There can be a learning curve for some people due to the density of our tungsten tops. Your spinning abilities will improve over time; with practice you … read more
TIG Welding with Inverters vs Transformers

TIG Welding with Inverters vs Transformers

Posted by Sean on Feb 13th 2017

A question we often get is "I have an inverter (or transformer) unit, which tungsten should I use?"The update to our electrode selection chart below should answer that at a glance. The selection of a … read more
Our Welding Customers' Feedback

Our Welding Customers' Feedback

Nov 11th 2016

At Midwest Tungsten Service, we’re very lucky to count many experienced welders among our happy customers. Below, we’ve provided some real customer feedback that we’ve received over the ye … read more
How Tungsten Wire is Made

How Tungsten Wire is Made

Posted by Sean on Jul 7th 2016

Check out our wire selection.Making tungsten wire is a complex, difficult process. The process must be tightly controlled in order to insure the proper chemistry as well as the proper physical propert … read more
Brand New: The 1" Tungsten & Aluminum Cube Set

Brand New: The 1" Tungsten & Aluminum Cube Set

Jun 7th 2016

Maybe you've seen our 1.5" Tungsten Cube. Perhaps you've seen our 1.5" Tungsten and Aluminum Cube Set. It could have been on Amazon, eBay, Etsy, or our own ecommerce store here! Well, our team at M … read more