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From July 7, we are consolidating our English language Facebook pages in Europe. This will allow us to better focus on answering questions and interacting with all our followers. From July 7, the ESAB UK page will no longer receive updates. All our UK-focused content will be moving to the ESAB Europe page.
To stay up-to-date with the latest ESAB news, activities, events and promotions, please follow ESAB Europe on Facebook.
ESAB to demonstrate state-of-the-art welding and cutting technologies at Schweissen & Schneiden 2017
ESAB Welding & Cutting will provide live and static demonstrations of its innovative equipment for manual and automated welding and cutting in stand 10F04 in Hall 10 at Schweissen & Schneiden, which takes place in Düsseldorf, Germany from 25-29 September 2017. ESAB's substantial presence at this event includes allowing visitors to personally use manual welding and cutting products, as well as personal protective equipment. Technical experts will provide demonstrations of automated and Industry 4.0 solutions, as well as answer visitor questions. Numerous systems will make their European and worldwide debut.
Welding, Cutting and PPE Breakthrough ProductsSince their introduction last ...
WeldCloud™ online data management platform provides functionality to facilitate continuous improvement
Secure, robust, flexible, scalable and future-proof, the new ESAB WeldCloud online data management platform works with ESAB's Aristo® Mig semi-automatic, Aristo Mig 5000iR robotic and LAF/TAF sub arc welding systems. Users can purchase these systems WeldCloud-ready, and ESAB can retrofit most existing systems with a communication module. Much more than data recording systems, Weld Cloud integrates with other customer systems (ERP, MDM, MRP, QA, etc.) and enables a wealth of analytics.
Using any device with a web browser, users access applications and dashboards with functionality tailored for the job needs of different personnel: operations managers, quality managers, engineers, welders, ...
How the application of intelligent MIG technology enables inexperienced welders to achieve consistent, high-quality welds.
Productivity is always under the spotlight and welding is a process that is often scrutinised. Depending on the specifics of the application, welding productivity might be increased by adopting fully automated or robotic welding, using semi-automated processes or improving the manual process. Employing welding operatives with higher skill levels can be cost-effective but, in the majority of cases, a better option is to improve the productivity of inexperienced and less-skilled operatives, bearing in mind that improving weld quality and consistency boosts overall productivity by reducing or eliminating the need for post-weld dressing and rework.
Being so versatile, MIG welding is used for ...
- ESAB Consolidates European Facebook Pages for Better Market Communication
- ESAB to demonstrate state-of-the-art welding and cutting technologies at Schweissen & Schneiden 2017
- WeldCloud™ online data management platform provides functionality to facilitate continuous improvement
- How the application of intelligent MIG technology enables inexperienced welders to achieve consistent, high-quality welds.
- ESAB wins Industrie Lyon award for WeldCloud™ online data management software
- JCB Academy enhances welding training with 10 ESAB Rebel multi-process welding machines
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