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November 8, 2005
Orbital welding power supply enhanced
Orbimatic (UK) Ltd. has added the HMS (hardware monitoring system) and AWCC (automatic weld current calibration) to its Orbimat 165CB orbital welding power supply. The HMS allows operators to investigate the current status of the machine's... Read more...

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August 9, 2005
Silicon purge dams reduce weld joint purging time
Orbimatic (UK) Ltd. now offers JA welding purging equipment, including silicon dam purging systems for localizing purging volume inside tube and pipe. The systems are designed to reduce both the gas amount used and the time it takes to purge... Read more...

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April 11, 2005
Using AC for Al
Figure 1 Orbital gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) has been used in many industries since its introduction in the 1950s. Developed by the aerospace industry for welding small fittings to tubes, the process was limited by its large power... Read more...

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January 11, 2005
End facing machines finish 3 -m to 114.3-mm-OD tubes
Orbimatic GmbH now offers tube end facing machines. The RPG 1.5 can be used for tubes 3 mm to 38.1 mm OD, and the RPG for tubes 25.4 mm to 114.3 mm OD. The ergonomically designed machines use collet sets to clamp the tube on the OD. A lathe-type... Read more...

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January 11, 2005
Machine cuts tube up to 7 mm thick
Orbimatic GmbH has added the RA41 tube cutting machine to its product line. The machine cuts tubes from 20 mm to 120 mm OD with wall thicknesses up to 7 mm. The machine has a heavy-duty variable-speed drive motor and a cam blade feeding... Read more...

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November 9, 2004
Endoscope inspects internal profile of tube, pipe welds
Orbimatic offers an endoscope for inspecting the internal profile of tube and pipe welds. The endoscope comes with a 1-m flexible shaft fitted with an 8-m-dia. probe. A 90-degree probe adaptor also is available. The package comes in a sturdy... Read more...

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July 13, 2004
Orbital GTAW head designed for low-clearance applications
Orbimatic GmbH has introduced the M34 weld head to its range of orbital GTAW weld heads. Designed for applications with low radial clearance, such as tubes in boilers and rotary dryers, the heads can be used for applications that require an... Read more...

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June 8, 2004
Welding station designed for tube, pipe prefabrication
The Tiger welding station from Orbimatic is designed for tube and pipe prefabrications. The station incorporates a clamp located on an Easi-Glide X-Y slide. The clamp rotates to allow 45-degree and 90-degree elbows to be welded to tube lengths.... Read more...

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May 4, 2004
Protection system prevents weld head damage
The OrbiSmart weld head recognition system from Orbimatic is designed to recognize which weld is fitted to the power supply and deliver the correct output and operation range, preventing weld head damage. The system, which the company adds to... Read more...

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May 4, 2004
Weld head designed for welding tubes to tube sheets
Orbimatic's P16M orbital GTAW head can be used for welding tubes to tube sheets for applications such as boilers, heat exchangers, and economizers. The weld head uses a mandrel, which is inserted into the tube. The welding torch rotates around... Read more...

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April 8, 2004
Clamping system designed for orbital welding
The OrbiLine internal clamping system from Orbimatic is designed to facilitate well-aligned welded joints on tubular components. The system uses an internal clamping mandrel with individual fingers, which, when expanded, automatically align the... Read more...

Article

March 11, 2004
Flying high with orbital welding
The first machines developed were large, upright, stationary systems that could be used only for workshop applications. These systems also had to make several rotations to complete a joint because only single-level power supplies were... Read more...

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December 12, 2002
Assessing developments in orbital welding—Part 2
Editor's Note: This article is the second part of a two-part series about developments in orbital welding. Part I discusses power supplies, weld heads, and electrodes. Part II focuses on hardware and accessories that improve weld quality and... Read more...

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September 12, 2002
Assessing developments in orbital welding—Part 1
The GTAW Process Editor's Note: This article is the first part of a two-part series about developments in orbital welding. Part I discusses power supplies, weld heads, and electrodes. Part II , which will appear in the October/November... Read more...