Wireless remote hand and foot controls for welding are designed to improve productivity and safety as well as reduce potential downtime caused by a worn remote cord.
Wireless remote hand and foot controls for welding are designed to improve productivity and safety as well as reduce potential downtime caused by a worn remote cord. The company’s “first-ever” remote foot control is available for TIG welding; remote hand control is for stick, TIG, MIG and flux-cored welding. The controls allow operators to make adjustments at the point of use without being limited to range of remote cord.
DeWalt introduces its first Portable Stick & TIG Welder (DCW100K), which can be operated in cordless mode or plugged into a 20 Amp circuit or generator.
Hobart 610 stick electrodes feature a concentric design that ensures even coating along the length of the electrode and consistent arc performance, the company says.
The Dimension 650 provides both power-intensive output for heavy welding and carbon-arc gouging, as well as precision arc characteristics designed for thin-metal welding, the company says.
The SubArc Digital Series of power sources, interface controls and accessories include digital control and communication electronics designed to improve weld performance and simplify the integration of the equipment in more advanced applications, the company says.