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22-14 40th Avenue, 3rd Floor
Long Island City, NY 11101
USA

(718) 707-9655

 Michael Daniel has been working professionally as a metal artist since 1993.

 

Michael designs and fabricates metal work for the trade, retail buyers and individuals. He works with architects and interior designers to create pieces that range from large-scale installations to decoration and furniture for residences and stores and other businesses.

 

Michael has also created metal furnishings and sculpture for several restaurants, such as Gramercy Tavern, Craft, Hearth, Insieme and Terroir. He has also created metal work for various retailers, companies and institutions ranging from Kenneth Cole to Pace University. 

 

Michael also offers beginning welding and metal sculpting classes in his studio in Queens, New York City.

 

Introduction to Tig Welding Workshop - Section #5

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Registration information for welding and metal sculpting classes at Michael Daniel Metal Design in Long Island City, Queens, New York City.

Introduction to Tig Welding Workshop - Section #5

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Introduction to Tig Welding Workshop - Section #5

235.00

INTRODUCTION TO TIG WELDING WORKSHOP
Instructors: Igor Stiensma and Michael Daniel

Tuesday, July 11, 2017
6:00pm - 9:30pm

In this 3.5 hour introduction to TIG welding workshop, students will learn the basics of TIG welding. 

TIG stands for Tungsten Inert Gas and is technically called Gas Tungsten Arc Welding or GTAW. TIG welding is similar to oxy-acetylene welding in that you use a filler rod, but it creates a concentrated arc between the torch with tungsten and the welded material, and argon or helium is used as a shielding gas.

TIG welding is often used for non-ferrous metals such as aluminum, bronze, and copper, but is can also be used for ferrous metals such as steel and stainless steel. While TIG welding can be more challenging to learn than MIG welding, TIG welding produces a stronger and cleaner weld.

Class is limited to 6 students.

All necessary materials are covered in the cost of the tuition. 

 

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