5/23/2016

Pulse-Arc Welder Suited for Mold Repair

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Sunstone Welding will feature its Orion 250i² pulse-arc welder, well-suited for repairing issues caused by high thermal shock and wear, mechanical strain, and corrosion resulting in heat checking.

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Sunstone Welding will feature its Orion 250i² pulse-arc welder, well-suited for repairing issues caused by high thermal shock and wear, mechanical strain, and corrosion resulting in heat checking. Able to weld virtually any metal, the machine creates 0.1-mm-diameter welds, features 250 joules of available power, and has a preheat mode to facilitate repairs on heat-tempered metals. “Seam Mode” allows as many as 30 continuous welds per sec. for as long as 5 sec. at a time, or 150 welds in 5 sec.

Seated on a rotatable articulating arm, the welder can be used in virtually any environment, regardless of bench space. A removable electrode stylus allows for working on any surface in almost any location, the company says.

With output ranging to 60 and 100 joules, respectively, the company’s Orion LZR60 and LZR100 laser welders are small machines designed to be as powerful as competitor’s larger models, but at more affordable prices. They feature an improved cooling system, a Leica microscope and an easy-to-use touchscreen interface. Additionally, every Orion laser welder purchased from Sunstone comes with a free Orion mPulse 30 pulse-arc welder. 

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