An outstanding finish to National Manufacturing Week (NMW) 2015, Melbourne has reinforced the exhibition’s role as ‘the event that brings industry together’.
WIA has announced the release of the Weldmatic 200i MIG welder, which also offers stick and TIG welding capabilities.
Formed to commercialise an innovative and highly useful technology developed at the CSIRO, K-TIG (short for keyhole TIG, a description of the welding process it uses) is beginning to see export success.
The ISO 3834-2 standard enables the highest level of certification attainable by manufacturers wishing to
demonstrate that they have a certified level of welding quality management in place within their operations.
Finnish-based welding company Kemppi has released a range of ISO 3434-2:2005 standard welding solutions.
Despite the inherent dangers of breathing toxic welding fumes, companies continue to put their workers at risk. Alan Johnson reports.
The welding helmet is one of the most important pieces of safety a welder has, but is your helmet the right one for the job?
Oxy fuel cutting, plasma cutters, and laser cutters all have a place in metal-working. The decision on which to use comes down to application.
Most fabricators and co-workers know that breathing in welding fumes is not good for them, but how many realise that some of those innocuous looking fumes can be deadly. Alan Johnson reports.
International welding equipment manufacturer, Kemppi has launched a family of revolutionary software based welding products for use with its FastMig and KempArc welding machines.