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A Michigan-based systems integrator and solutions manufacturer will use Sciaky’s EB welding technology to fabricate critical parts and prototypes for multiple industry applications. Meeting rigid military specifications, Sciaky’s welding equipment is used to manufacture airframes, landing gear, jet engines, guided missiles and vehicle parts.
Fronius’ welding torches for manual Tungsten Inert Gas welding (TIG) can be customized to suit the welder’s personal preferences as well as the welding task at hand. Their modular design offers a range of sustainable and cost-effective options.
Identifying the culprit can be complicated. Luckily, premature consumables failure, burnbacks, and bird-nesting are often easily resolved – so you’ll soon be welding again.
Supermill founder Tom Hale will continue to lead the Connecticut-based carbide end mills manufacturing company.
AccuLock S Consumables are designed to reduce downtime, troubleshooting and rework associated with errors in liner trim length and erratic wire feeding.
Lincoln Electric’s Prism Compact fume-extraction system for welding and cutting applications incorporates the Prism line’s vertical filter technology. Available in indoor and outdoor configurations, the short unit fits efficiently into smaller spaces.
Four Magnum PRO Curve HDE semiautomatic welding guns from Lincoln Electric provide the best of both worlds: They deliver the highest duty cycle in their class and maximize operator comfort with a new ergonomic design.
Lincoln Electric’s Dual Maverick 200/200X is two welders powered by one diesel engine with two outputs, allowing two or more welders to work at the same time. Output remains steady even during arc stops and starts in dual mode.
Featuring three welders and a plasma cutter, Forney Industries releases a refreshed and enhanced equipment line crafted for reliability, simplicity, and affordability: the 220 ST PRO Welder, 220 Multiprocess Welder, 220 AC/DC Welder, and 40 P Plasma Cutter.
American Weldquip adds the Breath-Clean powered air-purifying respirator (PAPR) helmet to its weld fume-management lineup. Essentially a battery-powered gas mask, the helmet uses the same technology doctors and nurses use while treating contagious diseases.
Lock and hold weld wire stationary while wire touch sensing for joint detection.
The gooseneck from American Weldquip is designed for extreme heat up to 400 amps.
U.S. Manufacturing Technology Orders Dip Slightly From June to July
Although a wide variety of sectors were positive in July –– including automotive and medical equipment –– AMT reports the 2020 orders to date of $2 billion is about a quarter down year over year.
How Does Your Company’s Compensation Package Stack Up?
FMA has released a report that details salaries and benefits for practically every position in a fabricating or manufacturing company, from CEO to janitor and everything in between. The survey results also provide insight into several HR policies and procedures.