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Resources

Buyer's Guide
01

Automotive Solutions

We know that travel speed, part fit-up and spatter control are key obstacles to enhanced operational efficiency. That's why we develop unique robotic welding systems that address these obstacles, ensuring higher level of uptime.

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02

Construction Solutions

Whatever and wherever you build, there are Miller, Hobart and Bernard solutions specifically developed to support you — so you can effectively manage your labor pool, achieve productivity goals, maintain quality and reduce expenses.

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03

Heavy Equipment Solutions

Choosing the right partner brings many longterm rewards. By providing integrated solutions, the ITW Welding companies are uniquely able to provide our partner customers with several vital benefits, including Trusted partnership, Greater productivity, Cost reduction, Higher quality and Innovation

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04

MIG Aluminum Guide

Aluminum isn’t easy to weld: It has a lower relative melting point than other metals yet requires heat to ensure proper puddle formation. Cleanliness is critical. It is more sensitive to heat input and distortion. Aluminum wire is also softer and more difficult to feed through a wire feeder and gun than other metals.

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05

Petrochemical Solutions

Critical welding applications that demand high productivity and exceptional quality while controlling costs challenge the conventional stick and TIG welding processes that remain prevalent in today’s petrochemical project fabrication.

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06

Shipbuilding Solutions

We understand that shipbuilding is a competitive business with a variety of welding challenges. That’s why we’ve developed efficient, shipspecific solutions to achieve higher-quality welds throughout the shipyard.

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Publications
01

Basic Electricity

Electricity is defined as the movement of electrons along a conductor. When referring to alternating current (AC) electrons move in two different ditetions.

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02

Fundamentals of Solid State

The solid state circuit operation is not difficult to understand, when it is divided into sections.

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03

Fundamentals of Submerged Arc Welding

We know that travel speed, part fit-up and spatter control are key obstacles to enhanced operational efficiency. That's why we develop unique robotic welding systems that address these obstacles, ensuring higher level of uptime.

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04

Guidelines for Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)

This document contains general information about the topics discussed herein. This document is not an application manual and does not contain a complete statement of all factors pertaining to those topics.

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05

Paralleling Welding Power Sources

When amperage demands for a particular application excess of the capabiities of one welding power source, two or more electrically similar welding power sources may connected in parallel to provide the amperage required.

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06

Resistance Spot Welding

This document contains general information about the topics discussed herein. This document is not an application manual and does not contain a complete statement of all factors pertaining to those topics.

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Welding and the World of Metals

This series articles entitled Welding and the World of Metals.

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