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Category: Welding Manufacturers

Understanding Impact of COVID-19 on Welding Consumables Market

Key Highlights of U.S. Welding Consumables Market * The U.S. Welding Consumables market was valued at US$ 2.8 Bn in 2018 and is anticipated to expand at a CAGR of 4.8% during the forecast period * The welding consumables market is driven by the increase in demand for building & construction across the U.S. * […]

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Robotic Welding Market to Hit USD 8.31 Billion by 2027; Growing Automotive Sector to Stimulate Demand: Fortune Business Insights™

The global robotic welding market size is expected to gain momentum by reaching USD 8.31 billion by 2027 while exhibiting a CAGR of 7.6% between 2020 and 2027. This is attributable to the increasing adoption of automation in the manufacturing process that propels the demand for advanced robotic welding machines across the globe. This information […]

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Hobart Brothers unveils enhanced FabCO Triple 7 welding wire

Ohio-based Hobart Brothers has released a new FabCO® Triple 7 gas-shielded flux-cored wire with expanded mechanical properties. Released this week (9th Nov), the Triple 7 wire is suitable at welding with mixed gases (75% to 85% argon/CO2 balance) and is also usable with straight CO2. The wire has American Bureau of Shipping (ABS) approval, meaning […]

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ESAB Xpanse virtual welding event to rival FABTECH booth

While nothing can substitute for the in-person trade shows that have been cancelled this year, the ESAB Xpanse virtual event provides visitors with all of the information, education and connections they’ve come to expect from the ESAB trade show booth, which is renowned for the best interactive experience at FABTECH. ESAB Xpanse will be live […]

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Mild steel welding fume reclassified as a human carcinogen: How to avoid the damaging health effects of welding fume

As a result of The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) releasing scientific evidence that exposure to mild steel welding fume can cause lung cancer and possibly kidney cancer in humans, mild steel welding fume was reclassified as a human carcinogen by the Workplace Health Expert Committee in 2019. The Health and Safety Executive […]

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What Are the Different Types of Welding and Which Is the Best – A Beginner’s Guide

What are the types of welding? Welding has been used in metallurgy for millennia. Although, forge welding, in which blacksmiths join iron and steel by heating and hammering was the only viable technique for a while. This all changed in the 19th century when more advanced methods like arc-welding and oxyfuel welding were developed. Welding […]

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Shipyard suspends welding on future carrier John F. Kennedy after small fire

A small fire aboard the U.S. Navy’s next Ford-class carrier John F. Kennedy has prompted builder Newport News Shipbuilding to shut down all welding this week as the shipyard investigates, according to a statement from Huntington Ingalls Industries, its parent company. The fire broke out around 10:15 a.m. on Monday and was quickly extinguished by […]

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ESAB updates online weld tool

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products recently updated its Quick Weld Productivity Analyzer, which is an easy-to-use calculator for total weld cost analysis. The analyzer tool, available at esab.com/esab-qwpa, also allows users to generate a PDF report, which includes a QR Code they can scan with a mobile phone that takes them back to their original […]

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Fixturing for robotic welding

Specifying and purchasing a robotic welding system can be challenging and requires predictions about future part volumes and types of jobs. A robotic system manufacturer and integrator, if you are working with one, will help you specify the best system for your application. However, how parts will be fixtured often is forgotten in this process. […]

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