Schmidt's Class IV laser part marking systemClick image to enlarge

Schmidt's Class IV laser is designed for larger part marking applications that make enclosing the laser impractical.

The Class IV also speeds up the marking process as there is no need to constantly open and close a cabinet door. Demand has been growing for the Class IV in a variety of industries ranging from aerospace and automotive to electronics and hand tools. The most popular configuration comes with the fiber laser in the company's standard wattages ranging from 10 -100 watts.

The Class IV laser features a compact baseplate of 762 x 457 mm (30 x 18 in.) allowing for easy integration into a wide range of applications. As with all of the company's laser marking systems, the Class IV is run with a powerful yet easy-to-use PC based software package.

Added configurations for robotic MIG gun

Tregaskiss has added configurations for additional through-arm style robot models to its Tough Gun TA3 Robotic Air Cooled MIG Gun offering.

Narrow-crown technology for cutting wheels

Walter Surface Technologies has extended its product portfolio of narrow-crown patented technology to all of its 4.14 in. and 5 iin. ZipCut, Zip+, Zip Stainless and Zip Alu cutting wheels.

Kitamura, CAMplete partner for five axis verification software

Kitamura Machinery is partnering with CAMplete Solutions to provide an integrated suite of post processing, verification and optimization software tools for its five axis machining centres.

5 axis universal machining centre series

The G series five axis universal machining centre from Grob encompasses three models: G350, G550 and G750 (there are also two turning versions G550T and G750T). 

Unmanned kit and batch-one press brake production

Salvagnini has introduced the 2019 Roboformer, which combines technologies to form a single, cohesive bending unit that automatically synchronizes all movements of press brake, robot arm and automatic handling devices directly from solid models.

High speed inserts for cast iron drilling

Walter has expanded its range of Color Select high speed inserts for cast iron drilling with the P6005-WKK45C grade for Xtra-tec B401x point drills.

Heavy duty packaging for submerged Arc Flux

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products' new Flux Pack packaging for its OK line of submerged arc welding flux uses heavy duty LDPE (low density polyethylene) material to protect dry agglomerated welding flux against moisture re-absorption from the atmosphere.

DC 175 Supreme solid carbide drill

Walter has introduced the DC175 Supreme solid carbide drill with precision cooling, designed for machining ISO M (stainless steel) and S (super alloys) materials.

Gas engine driven welder/generator

Lincoln Electric has introduced the Ranger 330MPX, a new gas engine driven welder and generator.

Welding helmet with hand-drawn designs

Classic hot rod cars inspired Lincoln Electric’s latest helmet design in its Viking 3350 Series, the Hot Rodders concept.

Spiral point and spiral flute taps

Sandvik Coromant is upgrading its range of tools for steel tapping operations with two updates to its solid round tools range.

5 axis laser cutting and welding machine

TruLaser Cell 3000 is a five axis laser machine for fine cutting and precision welding of 2D and 3D components.

FABTECH 2015: Fiber laser automation

exhibitor: Amada    booth # S901

Automation will be a key focus for Amada at FABTECH. Among the technologies being showcased is the LCG 3015 AJ fiber laser cutting system equipped with the company's MPL Automation.

High frequency welding

Thermatool HAZControl Technology HF Welders enable tube and pipe producers to deliver the best weld for demanding applications.

Welding Automation MetalTech Report: Robotic peripherals

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Angle loader robot
The new Swift Arc AL, angle loader robot system is an economic configuration for a complete work cell that is ideal for job shops introducing robotics to their applications.

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