Arc Welding Products

The arc welding technology area focuses on the most commonly used arc welding processes, mainly GMAW/MIG, GTAW/TIG, SMAW/stick, and plasma. The articles and press releases cover processes and power sources, plus all of the related items—electrodes and wire, wire feeders, fixtures, manipulators, positioners, and power sources. If you need information on personal protective gear, ventilation systems, and safety practices for welders, see our Safety coverage area.

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Inverter power supplies offer range of output power

June 16, 2015

Amada Miyachi America Inc. has introduced two midfrequency inverter power supplies for aerospace, electronic automotive, battery, and appliance applications, including commutator fusing, copper wire to terminal, sheet metal, and bus bar. Both are available in basic and full-featured models. The...

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Welding helmets offer largest viewing area in industry

June 8, 2015

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has introduced the Digital Infinity™ series welding helmets. According to the manufacturer, the helmet’s 13.4-sq.-in. viewing area with widescreen format is the largest in the industry. New headgear with an oversized comfort cushion provides adjustability, settings,...

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Welding system torch rotates welding wire in conical shape

May 14, 2015

Weld Revolution® LLC has introduced the MA-400™ air-cooled machine torch system. This rotating arc welding system includes a 400-amp, 100 percent duty cycle SpinArc™ welding torch; control box; and control cables. The welding torch connects directly to all existing wire feeders and power...

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Off-the-shelf chamber designed for titanium welding

May 8, 2015

West Country Welding Supplies has partnered with Mbraun to introduce an off-the-shelf welding chamber for the titanium and special metals welding market. The chamber reaches 10 PPM oxygen in about 10 min. The chamber is equipped with a shaded, sliding eye shield and internal lighting, as well...

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Welding machine line expanded

April 9, 2015

Forney Industries has introduced six new welding machines: 140 MP, 190 MP, 140 MIG, 190 MIG, 210 MIG, and 270 MIG. The 210 MIG and 270 MIG machines are designed with increased output for welding a variety of thicker, larger materials. The MP multiprocess welding machines offer GMAW, SMAW, and...

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Battery-powered GTAW system offers mobile welding

April 9, 2015

Fronius has introduced the AccuPocket 150/400 battery-powered GTAW system. It offers touchdown ignition, TIG Comfort Stop (TCS), and two- and four-step switchover to facilitate the welding of thin sheets. The unit’s GTAW pulse function helps reduce heat input, improve gap-bridging ability,...

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DVD demonstrates welding of titanium

April 6, 2015

The International Titanium Association and EWI have released a DVD about the welding of titanium. The DVD demonstrates welding techniques used routinely by fabricators in the shop and field to construct pressure vessels, heat exchangers, and chemical and food processing equipment from...

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Welding machines perform several processes

March 24, 2015

Castolin Eutectic has introduced two new groups of welding equipment to the European market. The XuperArc series comprises three models at 320, 400, and 500 amps with advanced touchscreen control. These multitasking machines, suitable for GMAW, GTAW, and MMAW, are designed for joining, repair,...

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AC/DC inverter-based GTAW power source introduced

March 17, 2015

Lincoln Electric has introduced the Aspect 375 GTAW power source for use in critical welding applications. The constant-current SMAW and GTAW machine provides GTAW output of 2 to 375 amps (single-phase range is 2 to 250 amps). It is rated at 330 amps at 40 percent duty cycle and 300 amps at 60...

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Welding machine/generator equipped for field welding

March 2, 2015

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has introduced the new Big Blue® 800 Duo Pro welding machine/generator with FieldPro™ Smart Feeder compatibility for field welding applications. The multiprocess system can run conventional SMAW, GTAW, FCAW, and GMAW, as well as advanced Regulated Metal Deposition...

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Features added to reality-based weld training system

February 25, 2015

Miller has added features to its LiveArc™ reality-based weld training system, which uses motion-tracking technology to provide students with immediate feedback to help them advance their welding skills. The system now is available with a welding positioning arm for training in out-of-position...

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Power source supplies up to 600 amps of welding current

February 23, 2015

Fronius has introduced the TPS 600i. The power source can supply up to 600 amps of welding current at a welding voltage of 44 V and a 60 percent duty cycle. The unit is suitable for use in mechanized and robot-assisted welding within the heavy steel construction and mechanical engineering sectors,...

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Catalog highlights welding, cutting products

February 18, 2015

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has released the WE BUILD™-themed 2015 full-line catalog of welding and cutting products. The 112-page catalog provides specifications for and comparisons of GMAW machines, GTAW machines and torches, SMAW machines, and metal-cutting and engine-driven welder...

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Welding machine delivers 520 amps with Tier 4 final engine

February 11, 2015

Lincoln Electric has introduced the Vantage® 520 SD engine-driven welding machine/generator, equipped with a Tier 4 final- (T4F-) compliant engine that meets all new EPA diesel fuel emission standards. The unit is designed to handle SMAW, GTAW, GMAW, pipe welding, FCAW, and arc gouging. New...

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GMAW system made for piping applications

February 5, 2015

The Lincoln Electric Co. has introduced an orbital GMAW system suitable for industries such as pipeline, construction, and process piping. The system is driven by the APEX® 3000 mechanized controller and pairs with the HELIX® M85 weld head and track ring. Each component in the system can...

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