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Should I mechanise the welding process?

We get often get asked “should I mechanise my welding production”? Mechanised welding – Welding in which the welding parameters are controlled mechanically or electronically and may be manually varied during welding to maintain the required welding position.

Why calibrate your welding machine?

To guarantee that the quality of your welding equipment is up to scratch you will need to, in the long term, regularly calibrate them. Calibration is a measurement process that assigns values to the property of an artifact or to … Continue reading

How to sell your used equipment online

As a business you probably have an accumulation of professional machinery and equipment? Here are some selling tips to help clear out. An accumulation of professional machinery and equipment creates a problem as they take up space that could have … Continue reading

Is it easy to become a welder?

Many professions require a certain skill set to qualify for a promising career, welding is no different. However, unlike many other professions, you don’t need a degree to practice this work. However, it is better to get some advice before … Continue reading

What are Plasma Cutter Consumables?

Plasma cutting consumables are a set of component in your plasma cutter that gradually wear over time and need to be replaced. Optimum Cutting Performance: Consumables have a life-cycleThe consumables are all found in the cutting torch itself which is … Continue reading

Top 4 Plasma Cutter Gases

If you’re looking to make quick, smooth and clean cuts through a variety of metals a plasma cutter is your best solution. Plasma cutters can be used with a manual hand torch or fitted to a CNC cutting table often … Continue reading

Wind Tower Turbine Changes

Manufacturers had the need to go large for industrial-scale renewable energy from wind turbines. Maybe creating other environmental issues? The Fabrication Requirements for Wind Tower and Turbine Manufacturing are changing. The Netherlands is a country famous for its windmills GE … Continue reading

Stud welding for wear plate

In the early 1980s, manual hardfacing was the primary method of wear protection for ground engaging equipment

Stud Welding in Milliseconds

Stud welding is one of the more popular welding methods based on its speed, accuracy, reliability, and visually appealing aesthetics. This article covers the three different processes of Stud Welding, the benefits of each, and the tools and equipment involved … Continue reading

Safety Alert on Welding Fumes

Finally this week the HSE issues safety alert on welding fumes for SME owners or Welders.

Vessels and Tanks

Are you involved in the Cryogenic Liquid and Gas Transportation, Storage and Distribution Industry?

Flange Welding

Flange Welding – the Process and Equipment The most used flange types acc. to ASME B16.5 are: Welding Neck, Slip On, Socket Weld, Lap Joint, Threaded and Blind flange. Below you will find a short description and definition of each type. … Continue reading