Butt welding machine handles wire up to ;;; in.
Automated Industrial Machinery Inc.
has released the stand-alone BW series butt welding machine for wire
joining. The line includes units from
40 to 150 kVA (for up to 5/8 in.) with
AC or midfrequency inverter models.
Features include fully automatic
adjustable pneumatic clamp and tip force, and adjustable upset position with mechanical counters.
The weld head can be ordered at 90 or 0 degrees for front-forward or top-down welding. The clamp is fully adjustable
and easily accessible. Magnetic guides are available.
Mobile press brake generates
88-ton press capacity in less
than 10 sq. ;.
Options include robotic loading, a hand-held pendant programming unit, AGI argon gas for stainless welding, and weld
inserts made with Elkonite.
welding control with multiple-schedule capability, heavy-duty and high-precision guides to maintain accurate alignment,
the release of the
Xpert 80 mobile
Over a bending
length of about 5
;., the machine
generates a press
capacity of 88 tons in a footprint of less
than 10 sq. ;. It handles flexible job
shop production with fluctuating batch
sizes and varying bent parts, as well as
series production with recurring parts.
The press brake can be set up next to
a laser cutting system one day and in
a row with other press brakes the next
day to process a large bending order.
The machine delivers bending
speeds up to 1 IPS. This enables users
to bend three times as many parts with
the compact machine compared to a
slower, large press brake, the company
According to the company, the ByMo-tion drive control helps ensure the upper beam and backgauges are accelerated with high precision.
Linear position sensor
automatically adapts to
number of magnets
“This exceptional workshop provided a “First Class”
experience. I don’t believe there is any other forum
where so much roll forming expertise congregates
in one location. Unbelievable.”
Workshop highlights include:
• Topics from Basic Roll Design to FEA to Industry 4.0 and more
Ballu; o;ers a linear position sensor
with Ethernet/IP interface. The magnetostrictive system with flexible magnet
mode allows the user to work with up to
16 position magnets.
Kevin Brewer, Sales Manager, Nu-Tech Rollforming Inc.,
Mississauga, ON, CANADA
• Networking and valuable knowledge
exchange with peers
• An exciting round of the popular Roll Forming Jeopardy
Dr. Chris Kuehl, FMA Economic Analyst and
Managing Director of Armada Corporate
Intelligence, will be on hand to give an
informative overview of the industry as well
as the general state of manufacturing.
• An exclusive tour of US Steel DESCO
facility in Dearborn, MI
Two values can be output for each
magnet: position and velocity. The sensor automatically adapts itself to the
number of magnets. Measurement is to
a 1-;m resolution.
FMA member fee $695 General fee $895
Register today at fmanet.org/worldclass.
Defined parameter substitution and
flexible application tailoring help simplify startup. The noncontact, wear-free
sensor is insensitive to contamination.
Profile and rod styles are available.
Questions? Contact Audrey Long at email@example.com or 815-227-8206.
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