Extraction torches – the new standard in welding?
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by Florian George
1M ago
Have you ever passed the mandatory vehicle inspection even though the emissions were not right? Have you ever lit a cigarette in a restaurant in Germany in the last 15 years and waited to see the reactions? So why should you continue to weld without a fume extraction torch knowing how harmful welding fumes are to your health ..read more
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Welding fume extraction W3 – What you should know about it
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by Ralf Weber
1y ago
Welding fume extraction is an important aspect in industrial manufacturing to control air quality and protect the health of employees. Welding fume class W3 is of particular importance. What is meant by this and who needs a welding fume extraction system with W3 certification ..read more
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Cobot vs. Robot – automation in welding
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by Thilo Schmitz
1y ago
The question is no longer whether automation makes sense in the industry, but rather which type of automation is a better fit for welding - cobots or robots? While both technologies are capable of automating the welding process and thus increasing productivity, there are specific advantages and disadvantages that need to be considered when making a decision. In this blog post, we will look at the differences between cobots and robots in welding, highlighting factors to consider for effective automation of the welding process ..read more
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Welding procedures in aluminum processing
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1y ago
Electric cars, hybrid vehicles, modern transport systems for freight traffic – the future belongs to electromobility. More product functions mean more electronics, which in turn mean more weight for the designs. On the other hand, there are the legal regulations for reducing emissions, which can often only be complied with or fulfilled by reducing weight. One solution is the use of lightweight materials for constructions of modern transport systems, such as aluminum. But aluminum tends to be a bit of a "diva". You need very specific prerequisites and welding equipment to weld aluminum alloys ..read more
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How can I evaluate the potential savings of shielding gas?
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by Gert Röhm
1y ago
The fact that saving gas in welding is possible without compromising the quality of the welding seam is not a secret anymore. A gas management system can regulate that there is always enough gas used for the welding application, while not using more than necessary. But how can companies evaluate the actual potential gas savings for their welding application before deciding to purchase a piece of equipment? No matter if it's manual or automated welding, the process is the same. Let's walk you through the process ..read more
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Save up to 50 % gas during gas-shielded welding
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1y ago
Horrendous electricity and gas bills, increasingly expensive food, unaffordable repair services ... the current situation is the number one topic of conversation with neighbours and in the media. As citizens, you save wherever you can and do without many things that used to be a matter of course. In industry, people are constantly looking for cost-cutting measures that must not, however, restrict production. Welding companies and other manufacturing companies that employ skilled welders are not exempt from this. Where can savings be made in welding if the quality of the products must not suff ..read more
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Optimising the service life of welding robots
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2y ago
In the two previous blogs on how to reduce downtime with welding robots, the focus was on the robot torch and its wear parts ..read more
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4 Things to Consider Before Automating TIG Welding
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by Jörg Reips
2y ago
Is automated TIG welding economically viable? When automating a TIG application, the first question to ask is the same as for any other automation: Is it profitable to use a robotic welding torch or a robotic welding cell ..read more
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Which are the best gas nozzles for MAG welding?
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2y ago
Practical tips about all you need to know about gas nozzles for MIG/MAG torches The MIG/MAG welding process is very demanding and both man and material are pushed to their limits? – often even beyond. Therefore, it is all the more important to work with good tools, especially the welding torch with its wear parts. These parts are very close to the process and have to withstand heat and weld spatter for as long as possible. Especially the gas nozzle, which, in addition to its actual task, is often misused as a hammer ..read more
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How Automated Weld Quality Assurance Increases Productivity
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2y ago
As material and fabrication technologies evolve, manufacturers are pushing the limits of the structures used in automotive, construction, offshore, energy production, and many other industries. All of these industries use welding in their day-to-day production tasks, and, because welds are used to join two or more metal surfaces, these connections may encounter loads and fatigue during product lifetime. There is always a chance these products may fail, if not created to proper specification ..read more
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