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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 power supplies, which have been equipped with an optional welding data recording (WDR) feature... Read more...

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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, or positioning carriage, it is used in production applications requiring heavy-duty production... Read more...

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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 alignment performance, the manufacturer states. Automated clamping combined with tube centering and... Read more...

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July 15, 2010
Autogenous orbital GTAW of large, high-purity tubes
Since the early 1980s autogenous orbital gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) has been the preferred technology for joining of high-purity process piping for bioprocess, semiconductor, and other high-purity applications. Over time millions of... Read more...

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November 11, 2008
Rocket science, entrepreneur-style
Aerospace executive Chris Thompson, who reports directly to his company's CEO, knows all about the retractable-pin friction stir welding system on the floor. He directly oversees it and has operated it himself. That's not typical for a vice... Read more...

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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 Windows® XP, allowing communication with a variety of peripheral devices. Added current sloping... Read more...

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February 12, 2004
Documenting welds from an orbital welding power supply
Photo courtesy of The Murray Co. Mechanical Contractors, Rancho Dominguez, CA. However, in recent years the demand for logging of orbital weld records has increased dramatically, particularly in the biopharmaceutical industry, in which... Read more...

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March 27, 2003
Specifying the sulfur content of 316L stainless steel for orbital welding
Both the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) Bioprocessing Equipment Standard (BPE-2002), which specifies materials for use in bioprocessing equipment, and Semiconductor Equipment and Materials International (SEMI), the... Read more...

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September 26, 2002
Set loose the juice
Whether it means they're easier to use, more portable, or make welds more predictably, power sources are being updated, and electronics are playing a significant role in their modernization. "The current economy is forcing companies to... Read more...