Lincoln Electric's Bill Hodges demonstrates how to remove and replace the consumables within a quick disconnect torch head. Knowing what to do will save you time and money.

 

Multi-tasking in action

Mazak's Integrex e-420H-St features a lower turret with large 16.5 in. (419 mm) Y axis stroke. The added turret works with the machine’s twin turning spindles and main milling spindle for the ultimate in 5-axis Done-In-One part processing.

The construction robots are coming

A look at how robotic systems are playing an increasingly important role in the construction industry.

AM to play significant role in nuclear systems

The U.S. Department of Energy and its national labs are supporting early stage research on additive manufacturing that can ultimately be adopted by industry to drastically reduce the time it takes to design, build and certify nuclear systems.

Nova Scotia: In Position

by Andrew Brooks

Poised to grow – but ‘hanging on’ for now

Turning the Arc

by Robert L. Bitzky

Tips on how to set the parameters for GMAW short arc welding

Manufacturing skills get schooled

by Tim Wilson

Getting employees lined up with the right skills to get the most out of today’s advanced machining technology can be a challenge.

Dan Mazerolle product specialist for Centerline (Windsor)

Dan Mazerolle has been appointed product support specialist at CenterLine (Windsor) Ltd., Windsor, ON.

The right attachments

by Mary Scianna

imagae by Klint Burton

Western Canadian machinery attachment OEM invests in technology for growth

High performance CNC lathe

Microweily has added the high performance TY-1640SV CNC lathe to its line of precision lathes, distributed in Canada by Heinman Machinery.

Welding group launches post secondary awards program

The CWA Foundation has introduced the Post Secondary School Awards program for Canadian welding students.

Virtual reality arc welding

The VRTEX family of virtual reality arc welding training products includes the VRTEX 360 and the VRTEX Mobile.

The making of the Tesla Model S

The Tesla Model S is considered the first premium Sedan powered purely by electricity.

More Than Meets the Eye

by Noelle Stapinsky

Canadian job shops remain resilient and poised for new growth and opportunity

World's largest welding machine at Pratt & Whitney

Pratt & Whitney's Middletown, IN, facility now has what is being called the "world's largest capacity linear friction welding machine." The machine was delivered in early May and installation is expected to be completed in September.

Canada's Gold

by Andrew Brooks

Canada’s mining industry has its ups and downs, but a positive value proposition will always bring work

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