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November 5, 2014
Going beyond commodity sheet metal perforation
The perforating industry once consisted of numerous small players clustered around Chicagoland and Pennsylvania. The shops initially formed to serve the needs of the agricultural equipment and (especially in Pennsylvania) mining sectors. But over... Read more...
May 25, 2012
What is it about aluminum? The mere mention of welding it causes even the most experienced and talented welders to shake their heads and mumble things like, “Aluminum is a whole other animal.”
The push for lighter, thinner,... Read more...
June 4, 2010
Robotic advancements in welding tube, pipe
Until recently automated welding technology for tube and pipe applications was falling significantly short of the technology deployed for welding sheet metal. Today the evolution and advancements in tactile sensing systems, automated arc... Read more...
April 1, 2010
Welding thin with GMAW
In experienced hands, the gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) torch can produce solid, almost cosmetically perfect joints in extremely thin metal. Today, however, GTAW isn't the only option, even for thin, heat-sensitive material. Gas metal arc... Read more...
September 6, 2009
Robotic GTAW or GMAW: No longer a clear-cut choice
Robotic systems manufacturers and integrators have a confession when it comes to TIG, or gas tungsten arc welding: They've sometimes steered people away from it.
"I've worked with arc welding robots since 1982, and for most of my career, if... Read more...
April 11, 2006
Getting autobody welding down cold
Metalworkers perform finishing work on the weld seam of an A-pillar.
The bodywork for the Phaeton® and Bentley Continental GT® limousines is built at Volkswagen Sachsen's Mosel facility in Saxony, Germany.... Read more...
January 10, 2006
Wading through the world of welding
Many high-tech gadgets that once were handy extras are becoming indispensable in the workplace. A personal digital assistant (PDA) device makes programming a welding power supply faster and easier than manual programming. Photo provided by... Read more...
August 28, 2003
Considering thermal processes for dissimilar metals
This joint has dual characteristics—a brazed joint on the steel side and a welded joint on the aluminum side. A reliable method of joining the two most commonly used metals, steel and aluminum, would make it possible to make these... Read more...
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...