Microwelding Systems

A full line of microscope-based welding systems that let users see exactly where a weld puddle is applied for repairing molds and dies—with minimal heat—has been introduced by NovaTech, Inc. (Smithfield, RI). The systems allow users to produce a weld with less than 0.0005” of sink in the heat affected zone (HAZ)—resulting in welds that last longer and require less rework than conventional TIG welds.

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A full line of microscope-based welding systems that let users see exactly where a weld puddle is applied for repairing molds and dies—with minimal heat—has been introduced by NovaTech, Inc. (Smithfield, RI). The systems allow users to produce a weld with less than 0.0005” of sink in the heat affected zone (HAZ)—resulting in welds that last longer and require less rework than conventional TIG welds. Ideal for repairing molds, tools, and dies in-house, users can easily get into tight areas and the weld occurs at a lower temperature, which prevents the metallurgical damage caused by the intense heat of conventional welding. Featuring a microscope and lighting for the magnification needed to maintain the very small arc necessary in low-amperage miniature TIG welding, the systems include a power supply, hot plates, micro-blasters, and all of the tools for pre- and post-welding operations.