iWeld™ Newsletter | Lincoln Electric
Roll Cage Welding Rigging Gloves
New Roll Cage™ Welding and Rigging Gloves deliver complete hand protection for both welding and rigging, eliminating the need for a separate pair of gloves for each task. Ideal not only for welding and rigging, but also for cutting and grinding. The gloves are constructed with durable fire-resistant cowhide, sewn with Kevlar® thread, then enhanced with segmented, high-temperature-resistant silicon pads for knuckle protection. The finger-structure design enhances grip and durability. Learn more
New GTAW cut length ER70S-2 products come standard with Q2 lot certificates showing actual wire composition. All new products are also batch managed for ease of ordering. ER70S-2 contains zirconium, titanium, and aluminum in addition to silicon and manganese. It produces x-ray quality welds over most surface conditions. Recommended for TIG welding on all grades of steel. More
Discover The Possible
The world may not be ready for hover bikes just yet, but Lincoln Electric is ready to help you achieve your vision. We are uniquely positioned to provide you with the welding and fabricating resources you need, now and into the future. No other company can bring you as complete a solution to your welding and fabricating needs as Lincoln Electric - irrespective of where you and your company are in your journey to automate. Watch video
We had a strong presence in Chicago during the recent FABTECH
show. Lincoln Electric and its subsidiaries took up over 15,000 square-feet of booth space! We had a great time introducing new products and showing people how they could "Discover the Possible." If you were unable to attend the show, visit http://discoverthepossible.com
and check out us out on Facebook
to see pictures, videos and coverage from the event!
New! MASTERPIPE Mini Profiler
The new MASTERPIPE® Mini Profiler is a dual-axis, CNC pipe cutting machine. Powered by the Torchmate® Driver Software, the MASTERPIPE Mini Profiler improves pipe fabrication, productivity and quality by consolidating set-up, programming and cutting into one easy operation. The economically priced, entry-level cutting machine is a great choice for smaller shops that require a flexible configuration to accommodate future production demands. Learn more about the MASTERPIPE Mini Profiler.
Get Tomorrow Done Today™
Our approach to automation starts where most others’ end - the arc. Building on over 100 years of welding expertise, we have strategically built our solutions portfolio to include all of the competencies that support your need to produce faster, more repeatable, higher quality results. We have the ability to deliver any or all of the automation systems you need including pre-engineered robotic systems, CNC plasma cutting and controls, fixturing and tooling, engineered line builds, robotic integration, laser systems, weld fume control and fire prevention. Learn more at our new Automation Solutions website
Welcoming New Members to the Family
We are pleased to announce the acquisition of an ownership interest in Burlington Automation Corporation
and the acquisition of Robolution GmbH. Based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, Burlington Automation is a leader in the design and manufacture of 3D robotic plasma cutting systems. The company serves a wide base of customers in the structural steel, construction, oil and gas and general fabrication markets in North America. The company's main products are sold under the brand PythonX® . Robolution GmbH is a leading European provider of robotic arc welding systems. Based outside of Frankfurt, Germany, the company serves a number of leading automotive OEMs and Tier 1 suppliers.
Welding Project: Serving Bar
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. View more "How I Did It" projects
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