Arc Machines Inc.

10500 Orbital Way
Pacoima, CA 91331

Phone: 818-896-9556
Fax: 818-890-3724

www.arcmachines.com

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Product
October 1, 2013
Power sources, weld heads introduced
Arc Machines Inc. has introduced several new products for automated orbital welding. The company has released enhanced versions of its M415 and M205...
Product
September 26, 2011
Modular production welding system suitable for repetitive, nonorbital custom applications
The Arc Machines model 2 weld head is a modular, configurable tool for repetitive, nonorbital custom applications. Mounted to a side beam, boom,...
Product
August 23, 2010
Weld heads suitable for restricted-clearance applications
AMI offers model 21 weld heads for fusion welding. Used with the company's model 207 power supply, the weld heads provide high clamping and...
Article
July 15, 2010
Autogenous orbital GTAW of large, high-purity tubes
Autogenous orbital welding on large projects has become nearly routine with large numbers of successful welds completed with very low reject rates. Thus it is very easy to become complacent. However, installers need to be alert to potential problems and take immediate action when a problem occurs.
Article
November 11, 2008
Rocket science, entrepreneur-style
Managers, designers, and manufacturing engineers at Space Exploration Technologies have come up with a new way to design and manufacture a rocket.
Product
September 12, 2006
Welding power supply upgraded
Arc Machines Inc. has added several new features to its Model 307 tube welding power supply.The unit's operating system has been upgraded to...
Article
February 12, 2004
Documenting welds from an orbital welding power supply
Weld inspection, weld logging, and weld recordkeeping always have been a part of quality assurance (QA) procedures for certain industries, particularly aerospace, nuclear power, semiconductor, and pharmaceutical.
Article
March 27, 2003
Specifying the sulfur content of 316L stainless steel for orbital welding
The widespread use of autogenous (fusion) orbital gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) in the high-purity semiconductor and biopharmaceutical industries, combined with modern steel refining technology, has made it both desirable and practical to supply type 316L stainless steel with a restricted range of elemental sulfur.
Article
September 26, 2002
Set loose the juice
As in other facets of welding equipment technology, arc welding power sources are evolving as fabricators' needs change. Electronics is playing a large role in power source modernization as power source equipmentmakers begin to employ digital interfacing, Internet access, software control, and other innovations to these machines.

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