Material joining by the use of power sources, gases, nozzles, tips, wire, filler metals, manual and automated processes, robots, jigs, turntables, consumables and other equipment assisted by Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM) and Computer Numerical Control (CNC).
More comfort. Improved safety. Higher productivity. Better weld quality. Reduced costs. Increased bottom line. This is only the beginning of the reasons why metal fabricators should stay updated on new helmet technologies. There’s more.
Take a closer look at some of the latest advances in welding equipment that might help you increase productivity, improve quality and reduce costs.
These new Arnold CNC laser workcells from GMTA are ideal for welding smaller round components and other geometries, including axial and radial seams.
Unlike the red-tipped thoriated tungsten electrode that contains two percent thoria, blue-tipped MultiStrike tungsten electrodes from Huntingdon Fusion Techniques HFT contain a mix of non-radioactive rare earth elements, eliminating the risk to health posed by thoriated tungsten electrodes.