Welding Technology

Weld  Quality  Hot Spots

October 11, 2020

by Bill Kelly

Learning to recognize and address these weld quality issues will improve inspection results and boost productivity

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Rhonda Barnet, chair of Canadian Manufacturing  and Exporters’ national board,  is also president and COO  of Peterborough, Ont.-based  AVIT Manufacturing, which designs and builds  custom automation  for manufacturers.

October 11, 2020

by Noelle Stapinsky

Canadian manufacturers need to diversify to answer the need for more skilled workers

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The MAWA 300B from Amada Weldtech is perfect for welding dissimilar materials and conductive metals.

September 23, 2020

The 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.

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tolomatic compact servoweld

September 23, 2020

Tolomatic’s Compact ServoWeld high-force actuators for seventh-axis robotic spot-welding is now designed on a compact footprint in Tolomatic’s most power-dense actuator for weld-gun designs.

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ktig evolveii

September 13, 2020

The K-TIG 1000 Evolve II is a unique approach to TIG welding that opens and manages a full-penetration “keyhole” through the joint.

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the latest Bernard-Tregaskiss welding catalogue

September 9, 2020

Bernard and Tregaskiss have released a joint MIG welding guns and consumables catalogue.

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Back to the basics

August 31, 2020

by John Ward

Welding during the pandemic means a host of new safety protocols, but don’t forget about the baseline practices 

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Cavalier reinvented its digital library to support new tool design.

August 31, 2020

by Noelle Stapinsky

Canada’s tool, die and mould sector has again proven its resilience in the face of an economic meltdown

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metal with max

August 26, 2020

CWBi Acorn has partnered with Saskatchewan Polytechnic to produce online lessons that cover topics in welding applications and technology to keep students’ education on track during a tumultuous school year.

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CWB Association has merged all membership levels to one type

August 19, 2020

The CWB Association is now offering memberships at no cost to anyone that wishes to join the association.

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Yaskawa Motoman HC10XP for welding

August 12, 2020

Add robotic welding capacity to current production with the six-axis HC10XP human-collaborative robot from Yaskawa Motoman.

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The Amada Weld Tech IPB-5000A-MU puts out up to 6,000 amps of current addressing tab thickness up to about 0.5 mm  (0.020 in.)

August 4, 2020

Advances in technology are changing how we weld batteries

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Fueling Future  Demand

August 4, 2020

by Noelle Stapinsky

Will pent-up demand give a spark to the energy and resources value chain?

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An LCD display walks the user through setup one step at a time. PHOTO: Canaweld.

July 13, 2020

The Multiprocess 201 SLM from Canaweld is a powerful, portable and intelligent welding machine. 

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M317OrbitalSystem

June 24, 2020

AMI, a division of welding giant ESAB, has launched its Model 317 Orbital Welding Controller. 

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The high-resolution, compact MM-L300A from Amada Weld Tech

June 17, 2020

The high-resolution, compact MM-L300A from Amada Weld Tech detects production errors such as gaps between parts, missing parts, over-penetration, incorrect focus and cover gas absence.

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welder

June 15, 2020

by John Ward

Keep contact tips, cones and diffusers in top shape

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Drive Time?

June 15, 2020

by Noelle Stapinsky

In the face of a global pandemic, the questions facing Canada’s automotive supply sector will shape the industry for years to come

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Coherent's HighLightFL4000CSM fibre laser

June 10, 2020

The HighLight FL4000CSM-ARM fibre laser from Coherent Inc. overcomes the limitations of other joining technologies.

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Fronius' TeachMode

June 7, 2020

Is there anything more annoying than repeatedly halting your welding process to snip off some bent wire? The correct answer is: unlikely.

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