Local TIG welders?

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I'm working on a project that has gone a bit sideways.

It's a frame with a beavertail that I have extended.

Unfortunately the casting and perhaps some of my welding has left small pits in the metal which I can't seem to fill. The metal is pretty thin so there is a risk of burning through to the other side.

Anyone know any very precise TIG welders in MA or NH that could help out with some paid work?

Note - I have a TIG and have done my fair share of welding years ago. I'm not capable of doing this due to experience or maybe some equipment issues. I just get the sense right now that I may struggle with no end in sight. Someone with more experience likely will not.

I remember years ago when I learned how to TIG that I heard myths of people who could weld aluminum foil together. I am looking for this type of unicorn.
 

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I may be wrong but I believe Pullman Arm's welding company does micro TIG. Would give them a call and see
 
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Sounds like, if it is a casting, that the casting is bad, with foreign objects in it. I see this a lot with sand castings. I do a lot of aluminum.
 
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