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  • The Friction Welding Advantage
    -of-the-art computer systems are used. Exact data can be instantly unarchived to determine all welding variables for each job. Continual testing and monitoring are performed for quality control to make sure each part meets set parameters. The machine is equipped to monitor time, rpm, pressure, distance
  • Principles and Practices of Stud Welding
    The stud welding process is an extremely fast and dependable process for attaching abrasion resistant "hard facing" studs. The stud and a ceramic ferrule are held in proper position in the gun by the chuck and ferrule grip (A). Once the operator positions the stud to the work surface, they simply
  • Minimizing Materials & Costs with Exothermic Welding
    ground resistance monitoring product, the GRM2000, which addresses concerns on operator safety and system efficiency. Often in grounding grids it is common to see main grounding conductors sized at 250 mcm or larger. When wire sizes are at this level or larger, it may become difficult and expensive
  • Performance and Cost Advantages of Stud Welding
    The stud welding process is an extremely fast and dependable process for attaching abrasion resistant "hard facing" studs. The stud and a ceramic ferrule are held in proper position in the gun by the chuck and ferrule grip (A). Once the operator positions the stud to the work surface, they simply
  • Friction Welding for Food Industry Manufacturing (.pdf)
    together into a bond. Friction welding involves the use of unique technology incorporating state-of-the-art monitoring controls. This process is in widespread use by large OEMs throughout the industry.
  • Meeting Pump Shaft Manufacturing Challenges Using Friction Welding (.pdf)
    the friction and heat that allows both components to reach a plastic state and forge together into a bond. Friction welding involves the use of very unique technology incorporating state of the art monitoring controls. This process is in widespread use by large OEMs throughout the industry.
  • The Importance of Voltage Monitoring and Checking (.pdf)
    Most users of resistance welding equipment are very familiar with the vital importance of controlling three key parameters: * Current (energy). * Force. * Time. Sophisticated control, monitoring and feedback are often used to ensure precision management of these parameters. However, not enough
  • Battery Welding Solutions Using Resistance & Laser Technologies (.pdf)
    inverter and linear DC power supplies. High frequency inverters and linear DC welders both offer features generally not available on their CD and AC counterparts: closed loop feedback, fast rise times, 0.1 millisecond pulse adjustments, weld monitoring with limit setting plus a number of process tools.
  • Advanced Data Analysis for Resistance Weld Monitoring
    Medical device manufacturers are experiencing an ever-increasing emphasis on process accountability. ADAM is a technology developed for resistance welding.
  • Vision in Hostile Environments
    There are numerous process monitoring jobs for vision sensors in hostile manufacturing environments, such as arc and spot welding, molten metal pouring, wood processing, and electronics.