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New VRTEX® 360 Compact Virtual Reality Trainer from Lincoln Electric

Lincoln Electric expands its VR technology with a tabletop welding simulator that delivers eco-friendly welding training on a smaller footprint.

Posted: July 5, 2022

Available only on Lincoln Electric’s VRTEX virtual reality welding training systems, oxyfuel cutting enables users to experience torch cutting in a virtual environment.
A VRTEX 360 Compact trainer bundled in five, 10, 15 and 20 units, allows each student to have their own VR welding trainer.
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A VRTEX 360 Compact trainer bundled in five, 10, 15 and 20 units, allows each student to have their own VR welding trainer.

Make virtual welding training smarter, faster and more efficient with Lincoln Electric’s latest simulator, the VRTEX® 360 Compact virtual reality trainer. This new addition to the VRTEX virtual reality welding simulator family reduces the footprint needed for training while offering the same powerful software and benefits as other VRTEX training models – in a much smaller, compact size. Schools can easily set up virtual welding labs by purchasing a VRTEX 360 Compact trainer bundled in five, 10, 15 and 20 units, allowing each student to have their own VR welding trainer.

“The VRTEX 360 Compact trainer has all of the features that make it ideal for virtual welding labs or classroom use,” says Lincoln Electric Product Manager Denise Sirochman. “Thanks to its small footprint, it’s easy to install multiple units. We offer bundles of up to 20 units, enabling schools to accelerate welding training by providing each student with their own trainer. Eliminating shared machines speeds up classroom rotation, allowing instructors to teach all students the same thing at the same time. This promotes advanced learning, quicker certification and more highly-skilled welders entering the workforce.”

The VRTEX 360 Compact trainer assists welding students by building confidence and proficiency as they safely train in a variety of virtual situations and orientations. It helps welding students build confidence and reduce mistakes as they safely train in a variety of virtual situations and orientations. They can practice repetitive welding without taking time to tack plates and toss scrap for GMAW, GTAW, FCAW and SMAW.

Available only on Lincoln Electric’s VRTEX virtual reality welding training systems, oxyfuel cutting enables users to experience torch cutting in a virtual environment. Lincoln Electric engineers designed every aspect of the thermal oxyfuel cutting feature to address real-world cutting applications – from setting up the torch to executing the cut.

New to the VRTEX 360 Compact virtual reality welding trainer is the Beginner/Bypass Mode. This is a feature that allows for quick access to highly used weld joints. It is also ideal for demonstration purposes.

The VRTEX 360 Compact virtual reality welding trainer provides students with an immersive, multi-sensory, experience in a safe and controlled environment. It sustains student interest by adding highly realistic visual and auditory components to the traditional classroom teaching model.

To view a video, download a brochure and get more information about the VRTEX 360 Compact trainer, visit https://www.LincolnElectric.com/VRTEX360Compact.

www.lincolnelectric.com

 

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