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WeldGalaxy: A digital & dynamic knowledge platform for welding industries

WeldGalaxy, an international and collaborative initiative to create a digital B2B online platform that connects global buyers with the EU sellers of welding equipment and consumables, officially kicked-off on 4th October 2018. The consortium, led by TWI Ltd as the coordinator, comprises 11 members including SMEs and research organisations across Europe. This project has received […]

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US university Butte College welding students leave their mark on new facility

Over 50 Butte College welding students along with faculty, staff and trustees left their mark Friday on the new welding and manufacturing facility under construction. They were invited to sign their names on a beam that will become part of the 59,525-square-foot building slated to open in September 2019. The $18.1 million budget for the […]

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A new approach to fibre laser welding

The new Coherent CleanWeld technology represents an integrated approach to fibre laser welding that delivers up to 80% spatter reduction, as well as minimal cracking and porosity. In addition to improved process consistency, it allows certain welding processes to be performed with up to 40% less laser power. Coherent’s expertise in delivering unique beam intensity […]

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BrandSafway introduces BrandTech™ Precision Welding

Industrial Specialists, a BrandSafway company and a member of the American Welding Society, is introducing BrandTech™ Precision Welding, a modular-welding system with built-in technology, which allows for one or two welding guns to be used at the same time. Manufactured in the United States with USA-made parts, BrandTech Precision Welding uses a drawn arc welding […]

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Ivanka Trump tours welding programme at Lewis & Clark to promote workforce development

Ivanka Trump toured the welding facility at a southwestern Illinois community college as she promoted the importance of continued worker training. The daughter of President Donald Trump traveled on Wednesday to Lewis and Clark Community College in Godfrey, which opened a $4.5 million training center in 2016 with 30 welding stations. The Belleville News-Democrat reports […]

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