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Category: Welding Industry

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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Cammell Laird Leads Welding Research Project

Wirral shipyard and engineering services company Cammell Laird has won a £1.5 million tender with Innovate UK to develop electron beam welding technology in the shipbuilding, offshore and nuclear sectors. Cammell Laird will act as primary contractor to test the equipment at its Birkenhead site using its team of welders and engineers, together with partners […]

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Miller Welding & Machine Co. Named a Top Fabricator

Miller Welding & Machine Company (MWM), a strategic metal fabrication partner for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), has been named to The Fabricator Magazine’s 2018 Fab 40 list. This year marks the company’s first time on the list. “This is a high honor for us, as The Fabricator is an esteemed publication within the metal forming […]

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New Study Finds No Link of Increased Risk of Lung Cancer For Hard Metal Workers

According to research undertaken by the University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public Health, hard metal industry workers do not face an elevated risk of contracting lung cancer. The study involved more than 32,000 workers from across the US, UK, Sweden, Austria and Germany. This research contradicts previous studies which have indicated that ingredients in […]

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