PRODUCTS & SERVICES

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24 November 2022

TO IMPROVE weld quality and productivity in heavy industrial welding applications, ESAB has launched its next-generation Warrior Edge 500 CX multi-process power source, RobustFeed Edge CX wire feeder and Exeor MIG torches to global markets.

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24 November 2022

THE NEW F-Tech Wolf, in combination with the F-Tech Fume Torch is a high quality on torch extraction system that can be used with two fume torches simultaneously.

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24 November 2022

WITH IPG’s new LightWELD Handheld Laser Welding Systems, productivity is the watchword.

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03 February 2022

DEVELOPED TO enable the high TIG weld quality to be produced on different metals, the iWave from Fronius is an intelligent, high-end series offering flexibility and connectivity.

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03 February 2022

PROVIDING WELDERS with more convenience and customisation possibilities, EWM has developed new modular versions of its Phoenix XQ puls, Taurus XQ Synergic and Taurus XQ Basic MIG/MAG welding machines.

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07 February 2022

ARC WELDING OK GoldRox from Esab, is a new rutile MMA electrode for arc welding which, the company claims, offers easier arc striking and re-strikes.

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02 December 2021

NEW FROM Wilkinson Star, the Jasic TIG 202 Analogue Pulse AC/DC and Jasic TIG 202 Digital Pulse AC/DC are technologically advanced single-phase inverter power sources suitable for medium production work.

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27 September 2021

ADDITIONS HAVE been made by JASIC to its welding inverter family.

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04 August 2021

OMRON HAS joined forces with high-tech machine builder AWL to launch Qube, a flexible cobot welding cell. This cell makes it easier for companies to automate the welding of small batches, introduce new products easily, and allow people and machines to work together safely.

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02 August 2021

INTRODUCED BY welding inverter manufacturer JASIC, the TIG 200 analogue pulse AC/DC and TIG 202 digital pulse AC/DC are technologically advanced single-phase inverter power sources suitable for medium production work.

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04 August 2021

TO PROVIDE construction companies, fabricators and others with quick access to metalworking equipment, ESAB has launched partnerships with rental companies throughout Europe.

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16 April 2021

WITH METAL working and fabrication trade fairs cancelled, it is reported that there will be no other event to rival the resources available at ESAB Europe Xpanse, a virtual event held from 27–29 April.

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14 June 2021

ACCIDENTALLY BREATHING in welding fumes can be hazardous to health, so use of appropriate fume extraction equipment is very important. Engweld explains more.

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26 March 2021

THE JUPITER series of modular systems for precision joining has been introduced by Amada Weld Tech.

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30 March 2021

TAKING PLACE from 27 to 29 April 2021, ESAB Europe Xpanse is a virtual event that will showcase ESAB's line-up of new welding and cutting systems, filler metals and related technologies.

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03 February 2021

QUICK, CONCISE information at the click of a mouse – the updated EWM MIG/MAG welding dictionary is available now to download on the EWM website.

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30 November 2020

INDEPENDENT DISTRIBUTOR of welding equipment, welding consumables and air compressors, Wilkinson Star is now UK and Ireland distributor for Weltek airfed grinding and welding systems.

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29 October 2020

DEALING WITH magnetism in components is one of the most complex tasks in welding technology. In its latest whitepaper, EWM AG shows how to overcome this challenge. Users will find tips and tricks for degaussing components as well as instructions for reliable welding in practice.

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30 November 2020

DEALING WITH magnetism in components is one of the most complex tasks in welding technology. In its latest whitepaper, EWM AG shows how to overcome this challenge. Users will find tips and tricks for degaussing components as well as instructions for reliable welding in practice.

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30 September 2020

FOR THOSE who need enhanced multi-process welding capabilities and portability in harsh industrial environments, ESAB Welding & Cutting Products has introduced its Aristo 500ix inverter-based welding power source and Robust Feed Pulse and Robust Feed U6 wire feed systems.

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FEATURES

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12 February 2024

Hot active plasma technology has helped Audi significantly reduce cleaning costs where metal sheets have to be prepared for stud welding

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05 May 2023

FAKOP needed an overlay welding solution to surface the 12-meter-high finned walls used in large water-tube boilers

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24 November 2022

AIRBENCH HAS released a new model in its range of VertEx Cross-Draught Extraction Systems designed specifically for extraction of welding fume and grinding dust.

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15 July 2022

Fronius Solar Energy in Austria has been a pioneer of solar power from day one. The business unit’s history began in 1992 and it was quick to gain momentum. Soon after it was founded, the first Fronius Sunrise inverter was introduced onto the market. Since then, the company has been continuously producing photovoltaic solutions and further developments.

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31 August 2022

Rising quality requirements, the drive for sustainability and heightened safety standards have raised the bar for welding technology, but automation is helping SMEs address these issues says Christian Neuhofer

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31 January 2022

Conventional welding can require costly reworking. Laser welding offers a faster, higher-quality, cost-effective alternative, writes David Sandner

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22 July 2021

Industry 4.0 is a hot topic for society, politics and the economy. But what about digitisation in metal-working companies? What does it mean for joining technology with its various welding processes and how do companies stand to benefit? The focus here is on cost effectiveness and competitiveness

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25 July 2019

Telford based automated systems manufacturer Bauromat, one of Kawasaki Robotics leading integrators, has recently supplied and installed a robotic welding system to precision pressings and stampings experts Clamason Industries of Kingswinford. Clamason are an ISO 9001 / 14001 accredited supplier to industry and are well known across the automotive and medical sectors.

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21 March 2019

Simon Hodge, consultancy group manager at Bureau Veritas explains what companies can expect in light of the HSE's recent action to increase awareness of the hazards posed by welding fume.

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10 January 2018

The importance of quality welding in a vast range of fabrication processes, from widely used MIG and TIG equipment to specialist facilities such as orbital systems, needs little emphasis. Yet, according to Claire Spillane, company secretary at Westermans International – a company that has been involved in the industry for almost 60 years – major investment in new equipment may not always be the best option

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24 April 2017

Specialist manufacturers and suppliers of components such as wiring harnesses are increasingly turning to Telsonic’s ultrasonic wire splicing technology as an alternative to more traditional methods of joining wires. In this article, Telsonic’s Martin Frost explains why he believes the shift to ultrasonics is occurring and the benefits that can be realised

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26 July 2016

There are several ways in which manufacturers seeking to improve welding productivity can boost throughput. However, unless the process is considered in detail by someone who truly understands welding, there is a risk that higher throughout could come at a cost, as ESAB explains

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20 July 2015

On a busy production line, time is money. The last thing anyone wants is for machines to grind to a halt – especially if it’s because of a ‘stock-out’ which, with better planning, could have been prevented. Charles Foster, joint managing director at welding supplier Foster Industrial, explains how a new stock management system can help end ‘stock-outs’ and why using a single specialist supplier makes financial and administrative sense

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13 January 2015

Advanced MIG/MAG power sources are capable of controlling arc parameters more precisely and dynamically than ever before thanks to high computing power and finely tuned components designed to perfectly complement one another. Fronius has developed new characteristics and functions that, it says, permit a more stable arc and a simplified welding experience

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30 July 2014

There are many potential hazards to which welders are exposed. In this article, Rob Brill of diversified technology company 3M, focuses on protection for the head

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16 April 2014

TAG Energy Solutions, based on the North East coast of England, has invested £30m over 18 months to kit out a state-of-the-art production facility to serve the renewable energy sector. Included is welding automation equipment – totaling more than £2m – from ESAB UK.

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25 July 2013

Gas welding and cutting equipment includes everything from flashback arrestors and single/multi-stage regulators to blowpipes, nozzles, hoses and accessories. When looking to invest in any of these products there are a number of points to consider to ensure safe, reliable and economic operation, as ESAB explains.

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04 March 2013

Steel and aluminium were long thought impossible to join together permanently by thermal means. Here Gerd Trommer explains how Fronius partnered with steelmaker Voestalpine to develop a sheet made of both steel and aluminium, joined by Froniuss thermal joining arc process, CMT (Cold Metal Transfer)

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SPONSORED CONTENT

13 June 2013

EXTENDS SERVICING CAPABILITIES TO EQUIPMENT OWNERS

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11 June 2013

Fronius U.K. Ltd provides the UK welding market with solutions for MIG/MAG, TIG, electrode, laser, plasma and resistance spot welding and automation.

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