Abicor Binzel EWR 2 Net with monitorClick image to enlarge

Abicor Binzel has released the new EWR 2 / EWR 2 Net Gas Management System.

First debuted last year at Essen, EWR 2 is the evolution of Binzel’s original Electronic Welding Regulator, now with network-compatible software integration for gas use monitoring and measuring in real time.
EWR 2 is Binzel’s first product designed and built for Industry 4.0. With an Ethernet and CAN interface connection, EWR 2 is capable of connecting to any business‘s local area network to perform data logging of gas usage for manufacturers over any period of time and have its parameters adjusted remotely. A single software program can access and monitor gas usage for any number of EWR 2 gas management system units.
EWR 2 utilizes quick action frequency valves to regulate the flow of gas in relation to the weld current. Gas savings with the EWR 2 still achieve the same 60 per cent potential as the first iteration of EWR, in addition to an improved display screen and the internet compatibility features.

Version 7 of robotic programming platform

Hypertherm has introduced its new Robotmaster V7 software.

Fume extraction guns upgraded, rebranded

Bernard has announced changes to its fume extraction gun offering.

Fume extraction replacement filters

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Five axis vertical machining

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Octagonal insert with 4 geometries

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Milling cutter for aluminum

Sumitomo Electric Carbide's new HF PCD milling cutter provides efficient cutting of aluminum and non-ferrous materials, claims the company.

Tandem welding system

Fronius has introduced its tandem welding process on the TPS/i welding platform.

Automated kit blanking and short run bending system

FlexCell is an automated kit blanking and short run bending system from Salvagnini that combines press brake and panel bending technologies to provide a fast and profitable way to form parts.

Asymmetric indexable end mills

Tungaloy has introduced an expansion of its BallFinishNose indexable end mill series for machining die and mould and aerospace compoments.

Updated 3D platform software with better hardware to software synergy

Creaform has launched the latest version of its 3D software platform, VXelements and suite of applications bringing a more comprehensive experience for users with unmatched hardware to software synergy for reverse engineering, rapid prototyping and dimensional inspection.

Automated tool changing press brakes

LVD Strippit has expanded its line of ToolCell automated tool changing press brakes with the ToolCell 220/30 Plus and ToolCell 220/40 Plus.

A new approach to mechanized plasma cutting technology

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Expanded welding information management software

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Largest parts leveler in North America

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Compact arc welding robot

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