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EWI hires new personnel

May 4, 2004

EWI has hired five new employees: Dr. Evgueni Todorov as a senior NDE engineer; Dr. Brian Lu as a senior microjoining engineer; Vikram Thyagarajan as an applications engineer in engineering and...

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Second Lincoln Electric facility earns ISO 14001 certification

May 4, 2004

The Lincoln Electric Co. announced that its welding equipment, consumables, and automation manufacturing plant in Euclid, Ohio, has been certified to ISO 14001, an international standard for...

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Air racing team relies on Lincoln Electric GTAW machine

May 4, 2004

San Jose, Calif.'s Dago Red team recently took first place at the 2003 National Championship Air Races and Air Show in Reno, Nev. Crew Chief Bill Kerchenfaut said that one of the secret weapons in his...

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Hobart Institute offers welding training, certification for aerospace applications

May 4, 2004

Hobart Institute of Welding Technology (HIWT) has worked with the aerospace industry to customize classroom training modules, including purging techniques, heat input, and basic metallurgy of the...

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Practical Welding Today®editor recaps AWS: New technologies, new optimism

May 4, 2004

According to Practical Welding Today®Associate Editor Stephanie Vaughan, equipmentmakers typically display new equipment and technologies at tradeshows, but at the 2004 AWS Show in Chicago in...

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Rexarc appoints president

April 8, 2004

Rexarc Intl. Inc. has appointed Robert Moyer as president. Previously, Moyer served as the company's executive vice president.The 75-year-old West Alexandria, Ohio-based company produces welding...

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