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Why doesn't my fume extraction work?

August 8, 2007

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Many welding manufacturers today have experienced a great disappointment with fume extraction systems for their welding processes. Often this problem has little to do with the actual filtration equipment itself, but with the way it is applied to the application. Improper sizing and misapplication...

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Mechanized welding system

Improve your welding process with a mechanized welder

August 8, 2007

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A mechanized welding system from Bug-o Systems will increase production, improve product quality and work environment, reduce metal distortion and the need for material handling. The modular construction adapts to your particular job. Bug-o Systems allow for an increase in production by...

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Correct Roll Feed Pressure

Ensure good feeding with FCAW electrodes

August 8, 2007

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The FCAW process in the United States is currently estimated at more than 245 million pounds a year and still growing in popularity and use in all segments of the welding industry. One of the common issues often portrayed as a wire problem, commonly referred to as "birdnesting," is actually due to...

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Flux cored wire and electrodes

Flood-weld forging dies and large castings

August 8, 2007

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COR-MET has been manufacturing flux cored wire and electrodes since 1972, specializing in high deposition alloys for the repair of Forging Dies and Large Foundry Castings. The Flood Welding Procedure will deposit up to 60 lbs per hour of weld metal. The consumable alloys available for Flood...

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Demmeler Modular Fixturing System

Get started with modular fixturing

August 8, 2007

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The Demmeler modular fixturing system for welding is an ideal tool for prototypes, repair parts, custom parts, process development or any other short run welding job, including short-run robotic applications. Precise fixtures can be ready in a matter of hours. The system includes a full range of...

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Daihen Graph

Analyze your arc welding cost

August 8, 2007

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Looking to purchase new arc welding power sources or robots in the near future? Need to justify your costs to get your budget approved? Read on to find out how to simply calculate return on investment (ROI) as well as expected savings.Our extensive research on arc welding cost shows that one of...

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Select a torch tip when using oxyfuel

August 8, 2007

There has been much discussion on the value of plasma-arc and laser-beam processes for cutting and welding, but oxyfuel is still the most commonly used method. The products are very robust and easy to use. The cost of entry to use this method is relatively modest – only several hundred dollars...

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Speedglas Super Light (SL) Welding Helmet

Maximize comfort with the lightweight Speedglas SL welding helmet

August 8, 2007

3M's new Speedglas™ Super Light (SL) Welding Helmet and Auto-Darkening Filter (ADF) set a new standard for comfort and lightweight. The SL helmet is our lightest helmet today, weighing 25% lighter than our other Speedglas helmets.State-of-the-art liquid crystal design. The new SL model...

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Vibro Slugger Model 850B

Move heavy loads with less cost

August 8, 2007

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The rugged-duty "Slugger" Model 850B Transporter Conveying System, by Vibro Industries, has been reengineered to provide several distinct benefits that improve quality and reduce operating costs.First, the Slugger 850B now provides 100% oil-less operation and is 100% air operated (no springs)....

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Uni-Roller?

Maintain precise control of fluids and lubricants application

August 8, 2007

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UNIST Metalforming Lubrication Systems provide precise control of fluids and lubricants applied to coil and blank stock. Companies interested in evaluating UNIST's stock lubrication in their facilities can request a 30 day trial from the factory.The uni-Roller™ is used to place an even,...

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SEYI Presses

Select an equipment supplier to meet global production requirements

August 8, 2007

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Current economic, logistic, and financial conditions are forcing many companies to expand their stamping production around the world. When manufacturers are planning these facilities, it is important to develop close relationships with equipment suppliers that can meet their requirements, anywhere...

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Select the right storage rack system for your needs

August 8, 2007

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The storage requirements for warehouses and distribution centers are unique to each operation. The most productive and cost-effective system may necessitate several different types of rack-storage working in unison. After analyzing customer needs, the optimum system is designed, manufactured and...

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Schuler Engineer

Maintain a reliable press system with today's competitive pressures

August 8, 2007

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Each press shop is unique in terms of equipment, people, skills and budgets available to support maintenance and engineering.Schuler has developed an "a la carte" service and engineering offering that can be tailored to specific goals and operations, depending on the needs of the facility.The...

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P/A Feeder

Spec the correct feed line

August 8, 2007

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Many factors are taken into consideration when ordering feed lines. To show how to spec this equipment could fill up this magazine, but this article is intended to show what information to supply to get the best possible results.Ordering the StraightenerThe straightener is the most specific piece...

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minster machine

Maximize your capital equipment investment

August 8, 2007

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Metalforming machinery is never purchased – it's an investment. And as with any investment, the ultimate objective is to maximize your return.In an ever-changing manufacturing environment, flexibility has emerged as the leading attribute toward optimizing capital investments."Whether you...

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