Promoting Sustainability in the Manufacturing of Stud Welding Equipment
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by Andrew Gillings
3w ago
Sustainability is a huge topic in the manufacturing industry today, with high levels of importance being placed on the priority to preserve our planet. There is a common desire across the globe to help to improve the environmental impact that businesses have on the world with a goal of reducing emissions of greenhouse gases whilst also removing emissions from the atmosphere. The UK government has set targets for companies to achieve net zero by 2050.  Sustainability is a top priority for Taylor Studwelding as a manufacturer of equipment that plays a pivotal role in the supply chain for m ..read more
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Advantages Of Capacitor Discharge Stud Welding
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by Taylor Studwelding
6M ago
What is Capacitor Discharge (CD) Stud Welding? Capacitor discharge stud welding is a fast and efficient welding process used to attach metal studs to a base material. It involves a rapid discharge of stored electrical energy from a capacitor through a stud, creating an intense arc that melts the base of the stud and a portion of the base material. This molten metal forms a strong weld as it cools and solidifies, securely bonding the stud to the surface.  What Are The Benefits Of CD Stud Welding  There are many advantages that capacitor discharge stud welding offers compared to other ..read more
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The Essential Guide to Stud Welding Power Supply
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by Taylor Studwelding
6M ago
When it comes to stud welding, power supply is essential. Understanding the power requirements, phases, consumption, and voltage specifics is crucial, especially when using at an offsite location. Let’s dive into the different aspects of stud welding power supply to highlight this critical component of the process. Power Requirements For Stud Welding Stud welding operations vary in their power requirements depending on the specific application. Generally, these welding processes demand a robust and consistent power supply to ensure precise, rapid, and durable welds. The power requirement for ..read more
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A Buyer’s Guide To Stud Welding Systems
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by Taylor Studwelding
7M ago
Embarking on the procurement of a stud welding system necessitates a comprehensive understanding of its suitability for your specific welding needs. From stud type compatibility and welding capacity to portability and supplier offerings, the checklist for purchasing stud welding equipment is extensive. This guide will provide you with details of the considerations you must make to ensure that you procure the ideal equipment and stud welding supplier that aligns seamlessly with your operational demands. Is Stud Welding The Most Suitable Process?  Firstly, you should confirm that the stud w ..read more
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Taylor Studwelding’s Portable Stud Welding Equipment
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by Taylor Studwelding
8M ago
Whether you’re a seasoned professional or new to stud welding processes, having the right equipment can make all the difference. Taylor Studwelding stands at the forefront of innovation, offering a range of portable stud welding machines that redefine convenience in the welding industry. In this article, we’ll explore Taylor Studwelding’s portable equipment offerings. Portable Stud Welding Machines Taylor Studwelding’s portable machines include the Drawn Arc i12, Drawn Arc i16, Capacitor Discharge CDM Range, and Capacitor Discharge CDI Range.  Drawn Arc i12 Controller View Product ..read more
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Drawn Arc Vs Capacitor Discharge and Short Cycle Stud Welding
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by Taylor Studwelding
10M ago
Drawn Arc versus Capacitor Discharge Stud Welding Stud Welding is a technique used to affix as a fastener onto a single side of a metal component. There are various Stud Welding processes to complete the fastening action. This article explores the differences between the three main stud welding techniques including capacitor discharge, drawn arc and short cycle stud welding to help you to identify which method is most suitable in your specific circumstances.  Selecting The Best Process The Capacitor Discharge ‘CD’ Process The Capacitors are charged to a pre-set voltage to suit the di ..read more
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The Engineering Roles Most In-Demand in the UK
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by Stephanie Armstrong
2y ago
Taylor Studwelding have explored the areas that engineering roles are most in-demand and currently see the largest shortages. The research has shown that Greater London holds the title as the region with the most demand for engineers across all sectors. The following article will explore the areas, sectors and roles that have the largest shortage of engineers. The Areas With the Largest Engineering Shortages Analysts at Taylor Studwelding first looked into the areas of the UK seeing the largest shortages of engineers. Greater London Greater London found the largest shortage of engineers with ..read more
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The UK’s EV Production Rate Compared to other European Countries
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by Stephanie Armstrong
2y ago
Following the petrol shortage, sales of electric cars have surged, with a record 33,000 registered in September alone. But is the UK prepared to keep up with the demand? There are many benefits to driving electric cars, including lowering your carbon footprint, cheaper running costs, and less maintenance. Despite these benefits, a survey from May this year found that only a quarter of consumers planned on buying an electric vehicle (EV) or plug-in hybrid in the next five years. However, the fuel crisis highlighted the benefits of EVs and triggered many to make the switch to eradicate their nee ..read more
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What are the Different Types of Arc Welding?
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by Stephanie Armstrong
3y ago
Arc welding is a prominent form of welding used across various industries, including automotive, shipbuilding, construction, and aerospace. The process entails using concentrated heat generated by an electric arc to weld metals together. The arc occurs from the base material to the electrode, the welding rod or wire, and melts the metal. Then the welder can fuse the molten metal and craft it into a weld.  Most arc welding processes are either consumable or non-consumable electrode methods, which determines the role of the electrode, and whether it melts to become part of the weld or sol ..read more
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The Taylor Studwelding Timeline – What’s Our Story?
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by Emily
4y ago
The story of our success has been an exciting one for us, and our journey along the way has been interesting to say the least! Here, we tell the story of Taylor Studwelding, from how we grew the company, entering the Chinese market, and how our stud welding machinery has changed over the years. Where we started. Taylor Studwelding was first established back in 1985 by David Taylor and his wife, Joan Taylor, working from a unit at County workshops in Dewsbury. Here, they sold Capacitor Discharge and Drawn Arc Studs and accessories to the UK market, whilst also designing the first range of Capac ..read more
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