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Nelson’s stud weld anchor

Nelson Stud Welding released its D6L A706 deformed bar stud anchor for concrete anchorage and reinforcement. It is a fully stud-weldable concrete anchor that doesn’t require pre-heating or specialized equipment. The product meets all ASTM A706, ACI 318 and AWS D1.1 requirements. It is available in straight, bent and threaded variations. While hand welding rebar… Continued

Fipa has new system for film removal

  Fipa Inc.’s new end-of-arm-tooling solution facilitates the removal of protective film from sheet metal used in white goods with an automated process. Developed for a stainless steel sheet metal processing company, the system combines long lifecycle, high holding force vacuum cups with pressure regulating, air-saving compact ejectors for non-slip sheet metal handling. The processing company’s… Continued

Grieve’s new tempering furnace

The Grieve Corp.’s No. 885 is a 1,400-degree F electric, inert atmosphere tempering furnace for heat treating weldments at the customer’s facility. Workspace dimensions measure 24 in. by 36 in. by 24 in. The furnace has 7-in.-thick insulated walls, comprising 1 in. of 2,300-degree F ceramic fiber blanket, 2 in. of 1,700-degree F ceramic fiber… Continued

Miller expands TIG line

  Miller Electric Mfg. Co. added the Dynasty 400 and Maxstar 400 to its TIG portfolio. Each deliver up to 400 amps of output power and provide TIG and stick welding for applications such as pipe and tube fabrication, precision fabrication and exotic material fabrication. Replacing the Dynasty 350 model, the Dynasty 400 power source… Continued

MiG Buddy Welding Gun Holster

The MiG Buddy welding gun holster, which debuted at Fabtech last November, is for holding MIG welding guns. It acts like a third hand for the welder, keeping the gun always ready. The holster provides easy docking and retrieval while protecting the gun from everyday damage. The MiG Buddy comes with a universal mount that allows it to be mounted in a variety of ways and includes a… Continued

Fipa Creates Tooling for Robotic Automation

fipa lightweight suction

Fipa Inc. has created custom end-of-arm-tooling (EOAT) for advanced robotic automation systems. Designed for Fanuc America, the 15-lb. EOAT solution extends the range of parts its robots can handle and helps maximize efficiency. The tooling features four flat vacuum cups for handling of oily metal sheets, a heavy-duty ejector for process reliability and a carbon fiber frame that provides good strength-to-weight ratio. The cups are well… Continued

Grieve’s Walk-in Oven for Weldments

grieve 1037

The Grieve Corp.’s No. 1037 is a 900 F, walk-in oven for holding weldments at temperature before welding. Workspace dimensions measure 108 in. by 120 in. by 115 in. Incoloy-sheathed tubular heating elements are 300 kW, and a 30,000-cfm, 30-hp recirculating blower provides front to rear airflow to the workload. The oven has 9-in. insulated walls and a 4-in. insulated floor.… Continued

Miller Expands Welder Features

miller multimatic 215

Miller Electric Mfg. Co. released the new Big Blue 600 Air Pak welder/generator for field-based work that requires single-operator power for welding, carbon arc gouging, auxiliary power, or running an air compressor to perform repair and maintenance functions. The 600-amp welder/generator has an EPA Tier 4 Final-compliant Deutz engine and is for industrial applications, including rail, mining, construction and fabrication. It can… Continued

Hobart Simplifies Wire and Flux Selection

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Hobart released its new Submerged Arc Welding Guide, which features eight wires and five fluxes capable of addressing the challenges of carbon/non-alloyed steel welding application. The guide includes detailed information on the company’s SubCor seamed and seamless cored (composite) wires; SDX copper-coated solid wires; and SWX, HA- and HN- agglomerated fluxes. Designed to simplify the selection of wires and flux for submerged… Continued

ESAB Expands Inverter Line

esab inverters

ESAB Welding and Cutting Products expanded its line of single-phase stick/TIG and AC/DC TIG/stick inverters. The new ET 141i AC/DC inverter provides an AC TIG output for welding aluminum and high-frequency, non-contact arc starts for AC or DC TIG welding. The inverter uses 120-V primary power to provide an AC/DC TIG output range of 10 to 140… Continued

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