The MAWA 300B from Amada Weldtech is perfect for welding dissimilar materials and conductive metals.Click image to enlargeThe high performance MAWA-300B pulsed micro TIG welding power supply is ideal for pulse arc welding of coils and terminals, bus bars and coated wires in the automotive, medical, battery and electronics industries.

Touch start and pulsation features offer a higher level of control resulting in consistent, reliable welds, while the unit supplies 30 amps to 300 amps of output power, making it perfect for welding dissimilar materials and conductive metals.

The Pulsation feature significantly reduces porosity, while its Touch start feature controls and identifies weld location.

The Monitoring function checks the upper and lower limits of the current and the envelope of the waveform and identifies process errors. Its digital programming interface/HMI allows for easy control of pulse form. It weighs 45 kg (100 lb) with a 208 VAC, three-phase, 50/60 Hz power requirement.

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