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VIKING 1740 Series Helmet
VIKING 1740 Series Helmet
The VIKING™ 1740 Series helmet is offered in black and includes a two-year warranty. It’s lightweight and solar powered with battery assist, and features continuously variable 9-13 shade, sensitivity and delay control. The helmet is equipped to accept magnifying "cheater" lenses. Learn more

SAE-300 HE Perkins
SAE-300 HE Perkins
The SAE-300® Perkins has been redesigned to meet EPA Tier 4 Final. It is now the SAE-300 HE Perkins. It features the new Perkins 403F-15T turbo-charged diesel engine. Because this engine is rated below 25 HP, no EPA Tier 4 emissions filter is needed, and no extra Tier 4 electronic controls for emissions are needed. More

Tech Tips: TIG Welding Thin Aluminum
TIG Welding Thin Aluminum
Thin aluminum can be difficult to weld, but with the proper settings and procedure your TIG welds will turn out perfectly. Wyatt Swaim shows you how to weld 6061 aluminum using a Lincoln Electric Invertec® V205-T. Watch video

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#MadePossible Scavenger Hunt
#MadePossible Scavenger HuntWe've loved bringing you stories of all the landmarks and creations that welding has made possible. Now, we want to have a little fun with it! Enter our #MadePossible Scavenger Hunt contest and you could win a Stick Welding Package (AC/DC 225/125 with Wheel Kit, six 1-lb. tubes of 1/8 Fleetweld 47 and a Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak) OR a Wire Welding Package (SP-140T Wire Feeder Welder, Small Canvas Cover and a Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak)! Go here - http://bit.ly/MP-ScavengerHunt - for more info and to enter!
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Putting the Right Skills in the Hands of Our Students
Putting the Right Skills in the Hands of Our Students As the skills gap widens, there is a need to train the next generation for careers in advanced manufacturing. The Robotic Education Cell is the most comprehensive welding training solution to meet those education demands. Purchase a NEW Robotic Education Cell and receive a FREE Miniflex® (230 Volt) or a $2,000 discount on the Robotic Education Cell. This limited time offer is only available until December 31, 2013! Learn more about the Robotic Education Cell at www.lincolnelectric.com/schoolrobots.
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Doubling Line Speed While Boosting Quality
Doubling Line Speed While Boosting QualityTack welding is a common bottleneck in both longitudinal and spiral pipe mill production all over the world. By adding the Power Wave® AC/DC 1000 SD from Lincoln Electric, oil and gas pipe maker United Spiral Pipe was able to nearly double line speed, all while boosting quality. See how this new tack-welding integration paid off for them, and raised the bar for spiral tacking speeds.
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Ready to Transform your Classroom with Robotics?
Robotics in the Classroom WebinarRobotics give you all the tools you need to make the next manufacturing workforce. Attend this information-packed webinar and learn how robotics can transform your classroom. See how robotic skills are needed to escalate your students' skills; identify tools to make your robotic welding training more effective and engaging; and hear how the manufacturing industry is implementing and embracing advanced manufacturing methods. All registrants will receive a free USB hub - Register today!
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Welding Project: Aluminum Boat
Aluminum BoatTodd Rightmire, Career and Technical Education Director at Mt. Baker High School in Deming, WA, built a 16' x 6' beam aluminum boat in his Advanced Metals class. The boat is made with 5086 aluminum (1/8” and 3/8”) on the stern. Students used the school’s Lincoln Power MIG® 350MP welder with a Python® push-pull gun. They also used the Lincoln Precision TIG® 225 welder with a thumb controlled torch. View more "How I Did It" projects
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