"Robots on board" welding system
- September 18, 2016
Yaskawa Motoman's arc welding system with the RWV2 compact positioner, Motoman MA1440 robot and the DX200 controller.
by Noelle Stapinsky
Canadian manufacturers need to diversify to answer the need for more skilled workers
Renishaw Canada's Solutions Centre for Additive Manufacturing is located in Kitchener, ON. The centre, which opened in 2017, provides insights into additive manufacturing technologies. View the video to learn more.
As additive manufacturing continues to grow, many major manufacturers, like BMW Group, continue to incorporate the technology into their product processes. This video demonstrates the use of metal additive manufacturing technology at a BMW Group facility.
by Mary Scianna
Reducing welder safety hazards
Welding processes pose risks to workers if the proper precautions and safety steps are not implemented properly.
Time lapse sequences make the construction of this massive suspension bridge – the Osman Gazi bridge over the Gulf of Izmit in Turkey, opened in 2016 – look a lot easier than it actually was.
What you need to know about selecting a compact wire-feed welder
With so many choices of welding machines on the market today, how does a novice welding operator choose what he or she needs? There are a couple of key questions that can guide you through the process and narrow down your selection to make the choice a little easier.
In May 2021 Bystronic Canada announced the opening of its new Experience Center in Mississauga, Ont.
Here's a look at seven "transformers" that actually exist.
Translas has released two new fume extractors to reduce welders’ exposure to hazardous fumes and provide a healthier, safer work environment.
A 3D printed pizza from NASA and 17 other ojects made using additive manufacturing.
A Quebec manufacturer’s embrace of robotics pays off
Zoller's solution for tool identification and data transfer is a simple and reliable process, claims the company. It offers reliable data transfer without network connection using Zoller's zidCode.
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.
by Nestor Gula
Orbital welding shines in tube and pipe applications
Chrysler's announcement that it's investing $2 billion in its Windsor, ON, minivan plant was welcome news by workers in the automotive industry.