Weld Heads

Weld Heads

Servo-Motor Driven Weld Heads offer repeatable force.

Used in automation or benchtop welding, 70 Series weld heads provide consistent welding force down to 0.25 lb, independent of part height and with no overforce. Products feature controlled, repeatable servo-motor actuation; overforce protection; programmable search position; 32 schedules; remote control I/O; and PC communication. Offered in parallel and opposed configurations, products also...

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Orbital Weld Heads weld pipe in place.
Weld Heads

Orbital Weld Heads weld pipe in place.

Redhead weld heads, used with digital Tubemaster Power Source, are designed for orbital welding of pipe/tubes from 0.5-6.625 in. Products can be used for autogenous welding applications or with optional wire feeder. Mechanical device maintains constant arc length on out-of-round pipes, and design incorporates continuously adjustable clamping. Weld heads mount on one side of weld joint, allowing...

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Focus Heads suit welding and heat treatment applications.
Weld Heads

Focus Heads suit welding and heat treatment applications.

Luminator(TM) heads are based on 1-piece machined body, sealed to industrial standard IP55 for work in demanding conditions. Straight and right-angle forms are available with CCTV option available for right-angle version. Basic head accepts ancillary items such as air knives and welding gas nozzles. Precision fixing points allow repeatable mounting on robots and other processing equipment.

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Weld Head suits limited-clearance applications.
Weld Heads

Weld Head suits limited-clearance applications.

Orbital Model 8 Series, for fusion TIG applications, welds tube and thin-wall pipe from 0.25-6.625 in. OD. When connected to cooling unit, all components are liquid cooled, including cables, clamp housings, and electrode rotor. Narrow width of head makes it suitable for applications such as welding fitting-to-fitting or fitting-to-valve body assemblies, and welding materials such as stainless...

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Weld Heads

Welding Head can be used with up to 500 W of power.

Model YW20 for Nd:YAG laser welding consists of focusing module, connector head, and collimator. It is available with or without camera adapter. Offered with working distances of 90 and 100 mm, head can be configured with recollimating housing and/or CCTV adaptor either in-line or at right angles to output laser beam. Achromatic, distortion-free optics allow precise alignment and simultaneous...

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Weld Heads allow welding of pipes and tubes in place.
Weld Heads

Weld Heads allow welding of pipes and tubes in place.

Quickclamp Weld Heads are designed for GTAW circumferential butt welding of pipes and tubes. They cover size range from 1 in. OD tube to 6 in. pipe. Units include electronic Arc Gap Control, filler wire feed capability, torch rotation, and torch oscillation with adjustable stroke width, speed, and end point dwell. Heads mount using adjustable clamp. Standard 2 lb wire spool, mounted directly on...

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Welding Heads suit medium to large-scale resistance welding.
Weld Heads

Welding Heads suit medium to large-scale resistance welding.

Model MH-1201A offers force from 70 to 250 lbs and provides absolute weld-to-weld consistency. Model MH-1301A, with 100 to 400 lbs of force, features integrated weld transformer and is suitable for demanding applications. Heaviest duty weld head, Model MH-1401 allows forces up to 1000 lbs. All are plug and play, benchtop units built on heavy-duty frames. They can be run with either AC or DC...

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Weld Heads have overforce protection.
Weld Heads

Weld Heads have overforce protection.

Peco 60 Series Weld Heads for small scale welding are available in opposed or parallel gap configurations, and in bench-top or automation modules. All have manual actuation with overforce protection, making them suited for fine welding applications such as medical devices, solar cells, and hybrid circuit manufacturing where operators can control part fit up and check part alignment before welding.

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Weld Heads provide automated parts positioning.
Weld Heads

Weld Heads provide automated parts positioning.

F120-Z pneumatic operated pincer head precisely self-centers around parts for automated welding. MFP-Z motorized weld pliers use pincer heads that self center around parts. Motorized heads offer built-in displacement measurement. They can be fitted with quick-change electrode holders, minimizing change out time in automation. Pincer heads are suitable for small electronic packages, which are...

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