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March 7, 2006
Optimizing CO2 laser use: Part II
Photo courtesy of TRUMPF Inc.
Part I of this series discussed the production of the CO 2 laser beam and the interaction of the gases required to produce a quality beam. This part discusses beam delivery to the... Read more...
January 10, 2006
Optimizing CO2 laser use: Part I
Although continuous improvements have been made to increase CO 2 laser cutting productivity, the basic parameters of the process have not changed in the last 20-plus years. A process's growth depends on how the technology and its ancillary... Read more...
October 12, 2004
Site-based telemetry systems streamline gas supply
Photo courtesy of TRUMPF Inc. Metal fabricators continue to find new applications for carbon dioxide (CO 2 ) lasers. New uses combined with increased just-in-time processing, and lights-out operation place greater demands on laser,... Read more...
July 13, 2004
Laser-gas delivery systems for all applications, including 24/7 operation
Photo courtesy of Weldstar, Aurora, Ill. Centralized System Advantages A centralized system allows all of the cylinders to be stored in one location. Having all cylinders in one place streamlines inventory control and simplifies and... Read more...
February 26, 2004
Efficient shielding gas supply methods
In any welding process, the gas supply system must address basic equipment requirements for the gases at the point of supply and at the point of use. The type of shielding gas required determines the point-of-supply equipment needed, the mode in... Read more...
November 6, 2003
Choosing the right oxyfuel gas and supply system
Photo courtesy of Weldstar Inc. Cutting In oxyfuel cutting, an oxygen jet, not the preheat flame, performs the cutting. The oxygen jet oxidizes the material and expels the heated material from the kerf. The purpose of the preheat... Read more...
August 28, 2003
Efficient use of compressed gases can increase productivity
Photo courtesy of Harris Calorific Inc.
GMAW and GTAW continued to grow in popularity with the introduction of lighter materials, such as aluminum and magnesium, in the late 1940s. Both of these processes use compressed... Read more...