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Uniweld offers cutting torch for long runs

  Uniweld Products Inc.’s 30ATT-21 trigger torch can be locked on oxygen for long cutting runs, with an easy-to-flip off back-trip feature for trigger release. The low-profile trigger enables the torch to be pulled backward out of a containment with minimum snag possibilities. The torch is standard with a 90-degree head and 21 in. long.… Continued

Expanded mini flap discs from Weiler

Weiler mini flap

Weiler Abrasives Group enhanced its Tiger BobCat mini flap disc offerings for better performance and extended life. The discs are for grinding and finishing jobs in hard-to-reach areas and for weld blending or edge chamfering in metal fabrication. They operate best on steel, stainless steel, structural steel and cast iron. Featuring a threaded button “R”… Continued

Simufact’s welding process simulation

Simufact

Simufact released Simufact Welding 7, the next version of its welding simulation software. Using solid shell elements, assemblies made of thin sheets can be calculated more quickly because the required number of elements in the model drops significantly. The parallel segment-to-segment calculation in the new solver allows faster and more efficient calculation of large models… Continued

Steelmax adds battery power to welding carriage

Steelmax 40005533

Steelmax Tools LLC added a battery-powered version of its Li’l Runner trackless fillet welding carriage to its welding automation solutions. The machine has four-wheel drive and magnetic adhesion. The standard and high-speed versions are capable of travel speeds up to 43 ipm and more than 80 ipm, respectively. The battery-powered version is for use where… Continued

Amada Miyachi develops laser welding center

Amada Miyachi America Inc. announced a new conveyorized laser processing center for laser welding and laser marking. The unit features an integrated flexible modular conveyor for maximum assembly flexibility. The center’s motion features a four-position conveyor and Z-axis with galvo head along with Delta Tau motion controls. Height sensors account for part and fixture variation.… Continued

Blackbird introduces scan solution for weld seams

Blackbird

Blackbird Robotersysteme GmbH offers a new scan solution prototype with integrated distance sensor. The system detects and measures 3-D laser weld seam topographies in high resolution. It has integrated optical coherence tomography (OCT)-based edge tracking and seam topology measurement. In contrast to other sensors or measurement methods, this OCT-based distance measuring offers full flexibility by… Continued

Rockford Systems offers finger sensing probe

Rockford Detect a Finger

Rockford Systems LLC’s Detect-A-Finger drop-probe device prevents welders and other small machines from cycling if it encounters fingers in the point-of-operation area. When an operator initiates a machine cycle, the sensing probe is released, ensuring that safeguarding cannot be deactivated or overlooked. If the probe detects more than the expected material thickness, it halts the… Continued

Victor offers field-repairable torch

ESAB

  Victor, an ESAB brand, introduced the Victor Plus Torch, a heavy-duty, high-capacity combination torch. The WH 315FC+ handle incorporates built-in flashback arrestors and reverse-flow check valves, but its design enables higher gas flow capacity. It can run up to a size #15 MFA heating nozzle where the standard 315 handle can run up to… Continued

Walter’s weld cleaning system

Walter Surface Technologies Inc. launched the Surfox 205 and Surfox Mini TIG and spot weld cleaning systems. The Surfox 205 uses an electrochemical process to clean and passivate spot and TIG welds on stainless steel, aluminum and titanium. The machine replaces manual operations, such as mechanical abrasion or hazardous solutions like pickling paste. The Surfox… Continued

American Weldquip introduces cool grip torch

Weldquip Cool Grip

American Weldquip’s new Cool-Grip semi-automatic MIG welding torch increases welder comfort levels by providing relief from high temperatures in the handle when welding in higher heat applications. This allows for cooler operation by inhibiting the transfer of heat that is generated at the welding arc and pulled back into the handle area by way of… Continued

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