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Bernard: Engineered for Simplicity. Built for Durability.
Configurable, easy to maintain semi-automatic MIG guns — featuring the latest in gun consumables technology — perform reliably in demanding, industrial welding applications. This means more uptime, less scrap, fewer errors and less troubleshooting for your welding team.
Tregaskiss: Maximizing Throughput. Minimizing Costs.
Automated welding applications require customized, repeatable solutions that maximize production uptime. Industrial manufacturers rely on Tregaskiss and its proven track record for delivering reliable and resilient robotic MIG welding guns, fixed automatic MIG guns, nozzle cleaning stations and innovative welding gun consumables.
November 8, 2021
Creating a Smooth Wire Feeding Path for MIG Welding In MIG welding applications, having a smooth wire feeding path is critical. The welding wire must be able to feed easily from the spool on the feeder through the power pin, liner and gun and up to the contact tip to establish the arc. This allows […]read more...
October 19, 2021
5 Tips for Robotic Welding Process and Project Planning Robotic welding projects can arise in a number of ways — from a smaller shop expanding its capabilities to a large original equipment manufacturer (OEM) awarding new business or even a new company establishing itself within the competitive landscape. Regardless of the circumstances, it’s critical to […]read more...
October 4, 2021
Ways Welding Reamers Support Quality, Productivity and Safety A successful robotic welding operation depends on the ability to maintain high levels of quality and productivity, while also keeping costs low. Unplanned downtime associated with consumable or equipment problems jeopardizes these goals. It can also increase the labor needed for troubleshooting and resolving issues. But above […]read more...