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iWeld Newsletter
February, 2012
In This Issue
VIKING™ 2450 Series Graveyard Shift™ Helmet 
VRTEX® 360 at Iowa State University
SuperGlaze® MIG and TIG Aluminum Wire Products
Multi-Operator Rack Systems for Construction Sites and Shipbuilding
How I Did It: Serving Bar
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This 5.6 oz. combed 50% cotton 50% polyester thermal long sleeve shirt is available in M, L, XL and 2XL.
Order yours today!
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Activ8™ Portable Wire Feeder
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Need a portable wire feeder for shipbuilding, offshore, construction, or pipe welding applications?  Then the new Activ8™ is for you.
The compact and lightweight Activ8™ is designed for tough welding environments with limited access.
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New Packaging Option for Pipeliner® 16P
 
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Pipeliner® 16P is now available in a 10 lb. Easy Open Can, offered in 2.5 (3/32), 3.2 (1/8), 4.0 (5/32) mm (inch) diameters.
This mild steel low hydrogen stick electrode (AWS E7016) is typically used for root pass welding of up to X100 grade pipe.  It is also capable of hot, fill and cap pass welding up to X60.
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Similarities and Differences: Self-Shielded and Gas-Shielded Flux-Cored Wires 
 
Q: Why do you need shielding-gas when using a flux-cored wire like Outershield® 71M?
 
 
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Where to See Us
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See firsthand the latest products and technologies from Lincoln Electric at an event near you.
 
Cleveland, Ohio
March 15, 2012
 
Lakeland, Florida
March 27 - April 1, 2012
 
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New! Graveyard Shift™ Design Added to VIKING™ 2450 Series Welding Helmets
 
Graveyard Shift™ Helmet image (click to view larger image)The new VIKING™ 2450 Series Graveyard Shift™ helmet features a matte black surface with a gothic-inspired skull and barbed wire design.
 
The 2450 Series helmets are also offered in standard black and four other graphic styles, including Heavy Metal™ Foose® Hemisfear™, Patriot™ and Street Rod™.  The standard black helmet includes a decal sheet, allowing the user to customize their helmet with flags, logos or letter characters.
 
More on VIKING™ 2450 Series Helmets
 
 
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Virtual Reality Welding Helps Future Ag-Ed Teachers Prepare for Upcoming Careers
 
Iowa State imageThe Ag-Ed program at Iowa State University utilizes Lincoln Electric VRTEX® 360 Virtual Reality Arc Welding trainers to introduce future teachers to the fundamentals of the welding trade.
 
 
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SuperGlaze® Products are Offered in a Wide Variety of Aluminum Alloys
 
Aluminum welding imageLincoln Electric is the world's only fully integrated aluminum welding consumables manufacturer.  This capability allows for total control over the manufacturing process and allows us to offer a complete aluminum portfolio including products outside industry standard aluminum alloys.
 
 
For more information on aluminum alloys not listed on our web site or to discuss a special application, please contact us at 1-855-463-2526.
 
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Rack It Up:  Multi-Operator Rack Systems for Construction and Shipbuilding
 
Rack image (click to view larger image)Rack systems are ideal for grouping several inverter power sources in a portable industrial-grade package.  Lincoln Electric racks are constructed of heavy gauge square tubular steel to ensure long life, yet maintain an extremely compact size. 
  • One easy connection allows power sources to be connected with one primary power drop.
  • Power sources are factory installed and wired to the main power distribution panel.
  • Individual fuses provide overcurrent protection for each power source.
  • Overhead lifting eyes, fork lift slots and heavy duty optional casters provide ease of portability.
 
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How I Did It: Serving Bar (so, what'll you have?)
 
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Alex Lock of Altamont, Illinois built this serving bar using his Lincoln Electric POWER MIG® 255 wire feeder welder (current model is POWER MIG® 256).
 
The frame is 1 x 1 inch steel tube that was wrapped on three sides with corrugated metal.  The 30 x 72 inch top is stainless steel and has a 1 inch rolled edge.
 
Wood shelves in the back provide plenty of storage.
 
 
The above project images and descriptions have been published to show how individuals used their ingenuity for their own needs, convenience and enjoyment. Only limited details are available and the projects have NOT been engineered by the Lincoln Electric Company. Therefore, when you use the ideas for projects of your own, you must develop your own details and plans and the safety and performance of your work is your responsibility.
Got Projects? Send them to us at:
newsletter@lincolnelectric.com

Please attach JPG or GIF photos to your email. Also, don't forget to tell us the story - what you built, how you built it and what Lincoln Electric products you used!
 
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