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19 September 2016

LINCOLN ELECTRIC PROMOTES THREE EXECUTIVES IN THE AMERICAS WELDING SEGMENT

The Lincoln Electric Company Inc., announces the promotion of Douglas S. Lance to President, Cleveland Operations, Edward M. Crouse to Vice President, Cleveland Operations, and Dalithia C. Smith to Vice President, Human Resources. (more)
19 September 2016

Small to Medium Shops Can Save on Lincoln Electric’s Mobiflex® 200-M Fume Extraction System Unit

For a limited time, enjoy a promotional price reduction of 20 percent on Lincoln Electric’s Mobiflex® 200-M fume extraction system base units, with either cellulose or Merv 16 cellulose/polyester filters. (more)
06 September 2016

Easom Automation, Lincoln Electric Introduce H-Frame, Automated Weld Cell Solution

The new H-Frame Weld Cell and Positioners from Easom Automation, a Lincoln Electric company, offer the ability to integrate up to four Fanuc robots into the weld cell and combine with a Lincoln Electric power supply, depending on the user’s needs.

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29 August 2016

Wolf Robotics, Lincoln Electric Advance Robotic Metal-Additive Manufacturing

Wolf Robotics, a Lincoln Electric Company, is paving the road for advancements in Robotic Big Area Additive Manufacturing (R-BAAM).  (more)
11 August 2016

Lincoln Electric and Partners Awarded Funding for Joint AM/3D-Printing Product R&D Efforts

Lincoln Electric is part of a team that has received funding through America Makes, the National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Institute, in conjunction with the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining (NCDMM), for pursuing its patented laser hot wire technology for additive manufacturing (AM).  (more)

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