Lincoln Electric, Automation Division
- OH, United States
- Tel: (216) 383-2959
- Fax: (216) 383-4727
- Member Since 1990
- Member Since 1990
- Robotic Integrator
The Lincoln Electric Automation Division applies leading arc welding and cutting technology to create innovative robotic solutions for all sectors of the metal fabricating industry. A worldwide direct and distributor representation network is available for local technical support and project evaluation assistance. Through design, integration, world-class customer service, and unparalleled welding expertise, The Lincoln Automation Division continues to design robotic arc welding and cutting systems that not only meet, but exceed our customers' expectations.
New high efficiency systems are targeted for welding stainless steel, high alloy metals or requiring extraction of extremely fine particulate Cleveland – With the Occupational Safety
Lincoln Electric has introduced new Pipeliner® 80Ni1 MIG (GMAW) wire to its line of Pipeliner® consumables developed to meet the
Lincoln Electric Holdings, Inc., today announced that Christopher L. Mapes, Executive Vice President of A. O. Smith Corporation and President
Solutions for automated systems, including all Lincoln Electric Automation pre-engineered cells
New systems for welding, grinding, gouging and cutting operations provide cleaner, more cost effective and energy conscious environmental solutions
Lincoln Electric has added a second series to its popular line of Viking™ auto-darkening welding helmets. The existing 700G Series
The Lincoln Electric Welding School announces its 2010 schedule.
New catalog features improved guidance for welder selection Cleveland - Lincoln Electric has introduced its new 2010 Equipment Catalog with a new look and feel, as well as an online Fast-Flip eBook version that is accessible
Announcement made at Lincoln Electric’s Automation Center of Excellence in Cleveland, highlighting the Company’s welding solutions for wind tower fabricators.
Lincoln Electric Automation and JITECH announce a global product partnership agreement for the development of StruCIMT, a powerful 3D simulation
Houston, Texas – October 13, 2009. Automated manufacturing systems company ARC Specialties will host a robotics seminar along with Lincoln Electric Automation Division. Applied Automation: Robots in Manufacturing is the second installment in a series of technical seminars held at ARC Specialties’ main U.S headquarters in Houston, TX on December
Lincoln Electric is brining a unique ‘try-it-before you can buy it’ experience to a number of upcoming events.
To help improve the training of the nation’s future welders, Lincoln Electric has developed a new way to teach welding.
Lincoln Electric Automation offers a new option for robotic welding in a limited space.
Lincoln Electric has rolled out 108 new products over the past nine months, the most aggressive new product launch in
The new web content will facilitate users looking for information on Lincoln Electric’s automation products, services and training capabilities.
Newly designed eCell™ LR dual fixed table robotic cell
- Severe-duty rating for extreme conditions - New stainless steel casing on power source for rugged environments - Multiple machine configurations with easy set-up Cleveland – Lincoln Electric offers
Lincoln Electric Automation, a leader in the automated welding and cutting industry has just released a new brochure highlighting solutions as well as describing its innovative systems and value-added services in the area of flexible/robotic automation, hard automation, VERNON Tool industrial pipe
Expanded line designed for MIG, pulsed MIG and flux-cored welding Magnum PRO Gun 450 and 550Cleveland – Lincoln Electric has introduced a new line of Magnum® PRO semiautomatic welding guns. The 250, 350, 450 and 550 guns for MIG, pulsed MIG and flux-cored welding processes are specifically designed and tested for