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Pipeline welding machine designed for transmission pipeline, structural steel, construction, fabrication, and MRO applications - TheFabricator.com

Pipeline welding machine designed for transmission pipeline, structural steel, construction, fabrication, and MRO applications

September 21, 2010

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has introduced the Big Blue® 350 PipePro diesel engine-driven welding machine and AC generator. The machine is designed for transmission pipeline welding, as well as structural steel, construction, fabrication, and MRO applications. The unit provides 20 to 400 amps...

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Welding gun nozzle, tip cleaner available in both electric and air-operated models - TheFabricator.com

Welding gun nozzle, tip cleaner available in both electric and air-operated models

September 15, 2010

J.C. Conner Ltd. offers the Welding Pro nozzle and tip cleaner for production welding guns. The unit is available in a 110-V electric model and a 100-PSI, air-operated model with adjustable speed. Inserting the gun with light pressure will start the machine's cleaning cycle; removing the gun...

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Sparks will fly at FABTECH 2010 weld trials competition

September 13, 2010

The top six finalists selected from 24 student welders who competed in the SkillsUSA Championships 2009 and 2010 will be showcased at the 2010 Weld-Off Competition sponsored by the American Welding Society, Miami, at FABTECH 2010. Three of the competitors will qualify to advance to the next phase...

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Welding the fast and narrow - TheFabricator.com

Welding the fast and narrow

September 13, 2010 | By Tim Heston

Advancements in SAW concentrate on faster deposition rates and narrow-groove welding. And today's controls, power supplies, and consumables are meeting industry's demand for process efficiency.

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The small world of welding large fixtures - TheFabricator.com

The small world of welding large fixtures

September 13, 2010 | By Jeff Grivas

Every welder is likely familiar with fabricating a fixture for a job, but only a select few work on fixtures for very large weldments. Those unfamiliar with large fixture-making may be surprised to learn about

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Power sources designed for medium to heavy-duty GMAW - TheFabricator.com

Power sources designed for medium to heavy-duty GMAW

August 30, 2010

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products has introduced the Origo MIG family of welding machines. The 320, 410, and 510 models are 230/460-V, three-phase, 60-Hz, step-switched power sources for medium to heavy-duty GMAW. The welding machines offer a range of currents and voltages for use with a...

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Weld heads suitable for restricted-clearance applications - TheFabricator.com

Weld heads suitable for restricted-clearance applications

August 23, 2010

AMI offers model 21 weld heads for fusion welding. Used with the company's model 207 power supply, the weld heads provide high clamping and alignment performance, the manufacturer states. Automated clamping combined with tube centering and alignment verification help lower setup time and...

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Metal-cored electrodes for SAW on chrome-moly steel introduced - TheFabricator

Metal-cored electrodes for SAW on chrome-moly steel introduced

August 10, 2010

Hobart Brothers has introduced two new metal-cored electrodes designed for submerged arc welding on chrome-moly steel. The Tri-Mark® Metalloy B2-S and Metalloy B3-S low-alloy SAW electrodes provide weld deposits that withstand elevated service temperatures. Both products meet AWS A5.23...

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Automatic orbital welding simplified - TheFabricator

Automatic orbital welding simplified

August 4, 2010 | By John Glessman

Automatic orbital gas tungsten arc welding is used in a variety of industries in which maximum leak integrity, high performance, or ultra-cleanliness is important. Automatic orbital welding provides enhanced precision and reliability compared to manual techniques. Small, portable inverter power supplies, advanced control systems, and other advancements have made orbital welding systems practical for a range of applications.

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Accelerating business with EB welding - TheFabricator

Accelerating business with EB welding

July 16, 2010 | By Amanda Carlson

Thanks to a specific vision and a high-end equipment purchase, C.F. Roark Welding & Engineering Co. Inc. is anything but ordinary. Founded in 1949, the company specializes in electron beam (EB) welding of complex, specialty parts and components for the aerospace, defense, and research industries. In a short amount of time it has carved a niche as the premier EB welding firm of the Midwest.

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Autogenous orbital GTAW of large, high-purity tubes - TheFabricator

Autogenous orbital GTAW of large, high-purity tubes

July 15, 2010 | By Barbara K. Henon, Y.K. Tan

Autogenous orbital welding on large projects has become nearly routine with large numbers of successful welds completed with very low reject rates. Thus it is very easy to become complacent. However, installers need to be alert to potential problems and take immediate action when a problem occurs.

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Welding wire feeders recalled by Star Asia USA because of burn hazard - TheFabricator

Welding wire feeders recalled by Star Asia USA because of burn hazard

July 14, 2010

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with the firm named below, has announced a voluntary recall of the following consumer product. Consumers should stop using recalled products immediately unless otherwise instructed. It is illegal to resell or attempt to resell a recalled...

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Autodarkening helmet has 2.5 light state, 10.5 dark state

June 21, 2010

A new addition to the ArcOne® Carrera™ program is the Tradesman® single-shade, autodarkening helmet. It packs a light state of 2.5 with a dark state of 10.5. The racing-style helmet weighs 14 oz. and has the highest level of eye protection, the company...

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Lincoln Electric promotes two to global industry segment positions

June 14, 2010

The Lincoln Electric Co., Cleveland, has named Peter Pletcher as director, global consumable development, and Ferry Naber as director, global machine development. Both are new positions within the company's global marketing and product development organization. Pletcher, based in Cleveland, is...

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Thermadyne adds to marketing, sales force

June 14, 2010

Thermadyne Industries Inc., St. Louis, a manufacturer and marketer of metal cutting and welding products, has announced that Tony Coco, Bill Wehrman, and Vickie Marshall have joined the company's marketing and sales team. As director of channel marketing and national accounts, Coco is...

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