From Sept. 8 to 13, the company showcases solutions for welding, cutting and automation operations
Cleveland – The Lincoln Electric Company will be in booth N-6520 at the International Manufacturing Technology Show (IMTS), Sept. 8 -13, at McCormick Place in Chicago to discuss the application of welding, cutting, automation and integration solutions in the production environment.
Attendees of IMTS can get their badges scanned at the Lincoln Electric booth, N-6520, in the Fabricating Pavilion for a chance to win a Lincoln Electric POWER MIG® 180 Dual welding machine and a Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak®, which includes an auto-darkening helmet, welding jacket, gloves and safety glasses.
The booth will feature products and experts related to the following topics:
• Pipeline construction is one of the biggest growth segments in the North American economy. Lincoln Electric is enabling this continued growth with its new orbital MIG and TIG welding solutions.
• The company is displaying its new RoboTank™ system, which provides productivity enhancements and excellent bead appearance on pressure vessel applications.
• Lincoln Electric continues its commitment to training the welders of tomorrow. See the latest welding fixture designed for robotic welding education training aimed at enhancing robotic programming and welding lessons.
• Lincoln’s commitment to welding educators goes beyond the student. The newly announced Education Resource and Purchasing Portal allows educators and schools to access teaching materials and convenient online purchasing programs.
• Lincoln will introduce an updated FlexLase® PRO, a universal laser processing cell for multi-axis applications, featuring quick-change laser cutting and welding within the same production process cycle.
• Weld fume control continues to be a challenge for smaller shops. The redesigned Miniflex® by Lincoln Electric provides compact and portable weld fume control to meet smaller shops’ unique needs.
• Integrated CNC plasma cutting systems are designed to deliver high-definition cutting, while extending torch consumable part life. Meet Lincoln’s experts and see the latest offerings in flat, pipe and structural steel cutting.
Lincoln Electric also will highlight its ability to be a single-source automation provider. Attendees who visit the booth will learn about robotic cells, laser welding and cladding, tooling and fixturing, robotic CNC cutting, plasma and oxyfuel cutting, tube bending, press automation, hydroforming, mechanized and orbital automation, virtual and robotic education and robotic integration technologies. The company’s brands include:
• Tennessee Rand®
• Wayne Trail™ Technologies, Inc.
• Robolution® GmbH
• VERNON Tool® Company
• Burlington Automation™ (PythonX®)
• Burny Kaliburn®
• Arc Products®
As part of the IMTS educational sessions, Paul Denney, Lincoln Electric’s senior laser applications engineer, will speak about the advantages of laser hot wire cladding over other welding processes on Thursday, Sept. 11, at 3:15 p.m. to 4:10 p.m. in room W-194B. During his presentation, Denney will outline the cost savings potential of laser hot wire cladding and explain how to know if it’s the right process for a particular application.
For more information about Lincoln Electric, visit www.lincolnelectric.com.
Lincoln Electric is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc welding systems, plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment and has a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market. Headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, Lincoln has 45 manufacturing locations, including operations and joint ventures in 19 countries and a worldwide network of distributors and sales offices covering more than 160 countries. For more information about Lincoln Electric and its products and services, visit www.lincolnelectric.com.
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