Messe Essen is extending its longstanding collaboration with the Chinese Mechanical Engineering Society.
Exhibitors and Visitors Look at the Next Edition of SCHWEISSEN & SCHNEIDEN at the New Messe Essen with Confidence.
The new Tip Monitor TMN-01 from Kyokutoh Co. LTD monitors the condition of the electrodes in spot welding applications after the caps are dressed. The Tip Monitor takes images of the upper and lower electrode and analyzes the captured image to measure the size of the weld face and the reflectivity of the surface to ensure a complete and proper dress has occurred.
NIMAK presents the revolutionary drive technology magneticDRIVE together with the brand new short time welding procedure. Welding times of only a few milliseconds can now be realized and an alternative to the previous capacitor discharge welding is now available.
With the brand new laser-sealed seamless cored wires, fabricators have the ultimate precision tool for the most demanding of welding applications at their disposal.
You would like to fusion high speed welding, extremely low spatter as well as low heat input and high wire deposition in your welding production line at your company? But somehow this sounds like a not reachable dream? Panasonic Automative & Industrial Systems Europe knows the challenges you face and has solved them.
Polysoude has expanded its range of closed chamber welding heads with the MW 34, with an application range of six to 34 millimeter. Just like all the other welding heads from this series, the MW is in high demand, due to its ease of use with the controls placed directly on the handle of the head and a high duty cycle which meets growing market demand.
TEKA, the specialist for extraction and filter units will present its latest digital solutions in the Industry 4.0 standard which set a new milestone for the prevention at the workplace. “The Industry 4.0 can already be implemented with innovative solutions providing direct added value for the prevention at the workplace - also by small and medium-sized companies”, states TEKA general manager Erwin Telöken.