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  • Optimizing the Welding Process (.pdf)
    materials, but there will be. affected zone. Figure 5. less heat generated in the bulk resist-. shows a weld that is. ance due to the conductivity of the. fired early on in the. materials. weld sequence when the. contact resistance is. Weld Profiles. still quite high. Figure 6. The basic welding
  • Hard Automation Welding Options for Wind Power Industry
    welding processes. Products include Seam Tracker TM Systems for precise automated weld joint tracking and Motorized Slide control systems for manual joint positioning. Hard Automation Welding Options for Wind Power Industry | Lincoln Electric. Live Chat. Lincoln Worldwide. Ask the Experts. Distributor
  • New 7500 Series FiberStar Workstations Extend the Capabilities of Fiber Laser Micro-Welding Applications
    lasers offer true welding consistency at all power levels, across all pulse. sequences and during the entire lifetime of the laser. The laser parameters remain. The worldwide premier of Crafford-LaserStar’s new 7500 Series FiberStar product. predictable and consistent. The reason
  • Medical Device Link .
    and titanium, are not thick enough to impede welding. Figure 1. Schematic showing the time diagram and waveform for resistance welding. (click image to enlarge). A typical welding sequence (shown as a time diagram in Figure 1) starts with the moving electrodes coming down and applying the required welding
  • A World of Fixturing Opportunities (.pdf)
    block with a full. pattern of system bores on three sides and the two ends. Mounted. between a headstock and a tailstock, the robot is able to access all. sides of the part. repeats the same process sequence. All day long they trade places. set ing and welding. Modular fixturing makes all
  • Keeping Your Welds on Track
    seem, since success of. manual training depends greatly on the amount of time allowed. On average, this sequence is completed less than. and each individual’s personal ability. Another way is to consider. three minutes. mechanising the welding process so that the welding rod or gun. When the weld
  • The Metallurgical Effects of Weld Seam Heat Treating (.pdf)
    High Frequency Welding has been successfully applied to many common and a few exotic metals but by far the greatest tonnage of material produced is made of carbon steel. The simple reason for this is that steel exhibits a wide variety of mechanical properties that can be developed by common
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    . Dukane Corp., 2900 Dukane Dr., St. Charles, IL 60174. Power Supply Combines Plasma and TIG Welding. Suited for manual or automated welding, a plasma and TIG power supply can store as many as 100 weld sequences. Up to 100 weld sequences can be programmed in a power supply that offers the flexibility
  • Photoelastic Stress Analysis of Polycarbonate Medical Parts (.pdf)
    and welding techniques. Another property, particularly important in medical applications, is the ability to have molding and applied stresses measured via several techniques including solvent stress testing and photoelastic stress analysis. Photoelastic stress analysis of PC Medical parts. Photoelastic
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    to production. Standard equipment can produce one, two, or four catheters at a time, while special equipment can produce up to 50 per minute. Capabilities include forming of single- or multilumen tubing, tip tapering, balloon welding, plastic-to-plastic or plastic-to-metal welding, and tube flaring

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