ARC Specialties and Lincoln Electric to Host Robotics Seminar

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19 October 2009

ARC Specialties and Lincoln Electric to Host Robotics Seminar

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Houston, Texas – October 13, 2009. Automated manufacturing systems company ARC Specialties will host a robotics seminar along with Lincoln Electric Automation Division. Applied Automation: Robots in Manufacturing is the second installment in a series of technical seminars held at ARC Specialties’ main U.S headquarters in Houston, TX on December 9th and 10th 2009.

The two companies began collaborating on automation projects last summer, which included facility visits, and Fanuc robotics programming certification for Sr. Project Manager John Martin, and Welding Engineer Jordan Smith from ARC Specialties.

Through their partnership with Fanuc Robotics, Lincoln Electric donated an ARC Mate 100iC Welding Robot equipped with an iRVision package. “This is a great opportunity for us as we establish this relationship” said Chris Bailey, General Manager of Lincoln Electric Automation Division.

The donated robot will be demonstrated by Martin at the seminar in a presentation on robotic vision capabilities. Other topics will include robotic spray applications, “through the arc” technology, robotic pipe welding, and a new technology developed by ARC Specialties called Cut-to-Fit Technology.

About ARC Specialties, Inc.
ARC Specialties, Inc. specializes in complex and unique custom automated and robotic equipment to provide solutions for multiple industries in 22 countries worldwide. Headquartered in Houston, TX since 1983, ARC Specialties has been the supplier of choice for engineering services, systems integration, service, parts, and training. For more information contact ARC Specialties at 713-631-7575 or visit their website at

The Lincoln Electric Company, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc welding systems, fume extraction equipment and plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment. The company holds a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market. For more information, visit their website at .




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