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).
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Achieve Consistent Welding Output, Repeatable Processes and Precision Welds
Metal-cored wire isn’t new, but there are often misconceptions about applications, cost, performance, strength, and workability compared to solid wire. Read on to learn how you might be missing opportunities to increase welding operation productivity for less cost.
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Laser cutting with pre-mixed assist gas has been gaining traction as a fair compromise between cutting with oxygen and increasing the laser power output.
Taking the time to carefully plan for this investment is important. Look to a provider for assistance and for help determining the expected payback.
EB Industries (Farmingdale, NY) has been named an approved supplier to aircraft engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney Co. (East Hartford, CT).
Welding Industry News
AWS’ Light a Spark Grant; Starter Packages Valued at More than $14K
Applications for the grant are being accepted through March 15, 2023. The package is designed to introduce welding at the secondary or post-secondary levels.
Hobart Opens new Customer Experience Center to Provide Welding Support and Training
The center consists of several dedicated spaces, including the Customer Applications Lab, which features two robotic welding systems, including the new Hercules automated MIG welding system.