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Geoff Lipnevicius

Geoff Lipnevicius is the operations manager for the automation division at The Lincoln Electric Company, www.lincolnelectric.com. Email geoff_lipnevicius@lincolnelectric.com.

Articles by Geoff Lipnevicius

Robotic Applications for Cladding and Hardfacing

Competitive pressures cause manufacturers to research advancements in hardfacing and cladding for surfacing applications that can reduce wear over 50 percent and increase production throughput over 30 percent. Selecting the method best-suited to a particular application involves balancing cost against performance.

Financial Justification: Achieving a Two-Year Payback with Robotic Welding

Deciding whether to convert manual or semiautomatic arc welding stations over to robotic welding is typically driven by the payback or return on investment achieved through labor savings. But Geoff Lipnevicius of Lincoln Electric explains that labor savings do not comprise the total anticipated savings and shows how they are generated from a variety of other process-related areas.

The Evolution of the Hybrid Laser Arc Welding Revolution

Moving Beyond “Wait and See”: Geoff Lipnevicius of Lincoln Electric examines how the hybrid revolution is building momentum as manufacturers embrace the higher travel speeds, increased depth of penetration and deposition rates of a ‘hybrid’ materials-joining process that captures the unique advantages of two distinct sources of energy – laser power and arc welding.

QUALIFICATION OF ROBOTIC ARC WELDING PERSONNEL

Geoff Lipnevicius of Lincoln Electric explains why an investment in people and training is a pre-requisite to maximize the value of the automated welding solution that is designed to significantly improve productivity over a manual welding process.

ROBOTIC PIPE WELDING

For the pipe welding industry, the three biggest challenges are finding qualified welders, a shift to higher-strength pipe, and keeping up with industry demand. Geoff Lipnevicius of Lincoln Electric examines how the robotic pipe welding of steel, stainless and nickel alloys, and aluminum addresses all three.

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