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.
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
- Low-fume generation rates for increased cleanliness and visibility - Excellent bead stacking and slag removal - H8 diffusible hydrogen levels Cleveland — Lincoln Electric now offers the new UltraCore® 70C (E70T-1 H8, E70T-9H8) wire
Cleveland– For fabrication shops looking to dramatically enhance welding productivity on small- to medium-sized parts, The Lincoln Electric Company introduces a newly designed eCell™ LR dual fixed table robotic cell.
POSTED: 05/18/2009 More than 325 photos demonstrate wide range of industrial applications, Vernon Tool machines and on-site projects
Oceanside, Calif. (May 2009) – VERNON Tool, a leading manufacturer of pipe cutting equipment, has launched a comprehensive photo gallery of application and product photos on its Web site,
More than 325 photos demonstrate wide range of industrial applications, Vernon Tool machines and on-site projects Oceanside, Calif. (May 2009) – VERNON Tool, a leading manufacturer of pipe cutting equipment, has launched a comprehensive photo gallery of application and product photos on its Web site,
The Lincoln Electric Company has launched its “Are You Ready?” awareness campaign, designed to educate employers, as well as the general welding community, about effective fume control practices. The campaign is also designed to help fabricators understand both recent and upcoming Occupational Health & Safety Administration (OSHA) regulations, including
Cleveland – The Cleveland Section of the American Welding Society (AWS) and Lincoln Electric’s Automation Division teamed up to sponsor a “Welding and Safety Productivity Tour” to address ways to increase safety measures and develop an action plan to keep manufacturing competitive. More than 90 individuals, including
Legendary Car Designer Models Helmet After His 500-HP Hemisfear™ Hot Rod Cleveland - Lincoln Electric has teamed up with Chip Foose - award-winning custom car designer and die-hard Lincoln Electric enthusiast - to introduce Vista® Hemisfear™, an auto-darkening welding helmet inspired by Foose's 500-HP Hemisfear hot rod.
Modular extraction hood and filter banks provide solution for weld fume control Cleveland – Lincoln Electric has introduced a new modular extraction hood and filter bank system, designed for the removal of welding fume and grinding particulate during welding, cutting, arc gouging, grinding, plasma cutting and finishing
Cleveland – When used properly, source extraction can reduce the amount of welding dust, smoke and fumes in the work environment, resulting in a cleaner workplace. Fume extractors filter contaminated air and can re-circulate it back into the work area, saving energy cost by not having to re-heat or
Handy guide provides answers to real-life customer questions Welding Fume Control FAQ booklet Cleveland – The Lincoln Electric Company Inc. introduces its new Welding Fume Control FAQ booklet, designed to share key information regarding
Cleveland – Lincoln Electric has introduced its new Automation System Selection Guide, ideal for fabricators considering the purchase of a pre-engineered or custom robotic welding cell or companies looking to upgrade existing robotic systems. The brochure folds out into a comprehensive poster of Lincoln’s welding systems, automation components and configurations, including: