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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 23, 2022
Is a Water-Cooled Robotic Welding Gun Necessary? Robotic welding operations can be tough on equipment. The heat from the welding arc, along with reflective heat from the base material and resistive heat from the electrical components, can wear on consumables and the robotic welding gun. In some cases, implementing a water-cooled robotic MIG gun is […]read more...
November 14, 2022
From Consumables to Communication: Reducing Human Error in Welding Human error can take its toll on welding operations, leading to downtime and lost productivity, poor quality and increased costs. It can result from a variety of factors. An operator may know how to manage a process, but periodically misses a step or forgets to complete […]read more...
October 26, 2022
Choosing Between Fixed Automatic, Cobot and Robotic Welding No doubt manual, or semi-automatic, welding has its place across the industries — general fabrication and manufacturing, shipbuilding and more — and it will continue to be an important process for many applications. There are times, however, when companies need to turn to welding automation to augment […]read more...