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New Developments In Welding Powersource Technology
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WJS Eastern Counties Branch
From the first primary transistor-switched inverters, technology has now brought complete digital, microprocessor control allowing previously impossible joint configurations to be welded, and reliably in production. Such machines bring flexibility, productivity and traceability with full communication over Ethernet. Special QA software enables a virtual control centre to overview all machines in a company over its network. Designed for use with MIG /MAG welding and brazing, TIG welding and the Fronius Deltaspot resistance welding head the software allows complete traceability in both manual and automated welding processes leading to reductions in downtime and defects and increases production. Keith will discuss the issues involved and demonstrate sample equipment.
This talk is part of the The Welding & Joining Society series.
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