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Routine Maintenance: Machine Blowout

This video demonstrates how to use a low pressure air stream to clean out the interior of your welder. Depending on your environment, your welder should be cleaned every three to four months.


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Lincoln Electric recently celebrated the five-year anniversary of its launch of lincolnelectrictv, a YouTube® channel that highlights product demonstrations, welding applications and tips from welding and fabricating industry professionals.

 



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Recent News
19 August 2014

Lincoln Electric Introduces Vantage 600 SD and Air Vantage 600 SD Engine-Driven Welder/Generators

Lincoln Electric introduces two new models in its industrial Vantage® engine-driven welder series, the Vantage 600 SD and Air Vantage 600 SD. (more)
31 July 2014

New Lincoln Electric Weld Sequencer Instructs Welding Operators Step-by-Step

For complex, multi-step heavy fab work, getting it done right the first time – and in the right order – is the key to keeping quality and consistency high while minimizing costs. Lincoln Electric’s Weld Sequencer® system optimizes procedures for every weld, resulting in increased productivity and higher quality – all at a lower cost, due to more consistent and efficient processing and little or no rework. (more)
30 July 2014

Lincoln Electric Appoints Jennifer Ansberry As Vice President, Deputy General Counsel

The Lincoln Electric Company has named Jennifer Ansberry, Vice President, Deputy General Counsel. Her role as Deputy General Counsel has been extended to include leadership of the Company's environmental, health and safety organization. (more)
24 July 2014

New Welding Fixture for Robotic Welding Education Training Systems

Lincoln Electric has developed a new, patent-pending 3-in-1 welding fixture designed for use on robotic welding education training systems to enhance robotic programming and welding lessons. (more)
17 July 2014

Lincoln Electric Introduces Traditional Passive-Style Personal Protection Welding Helmet

Fabricators at all levels operating in any industry can get basic, consistent face and eye protection with Lincoln Electric’s economically priced, fixed-shade Industrial Passive™ Helmet. (more)

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