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The Push system is characterised by its easy handling and minimal maintenance requirements. This system is usually used for standard applications (e.g. CrNi and steel) where consistent quality and high system availability are a must. The assistance systems of the LSC and PMC processes achieve outstanding welding results

Base material: Steel
Material thickness: 2 mm
Filler metal: Steel ER 70 S6 0: 1 mm
Gas: AR +18% CO2
Vs: 180 cm/min
Vd: 17 m/min
Amperage: 260 A / Voltage: 28 V

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This system is used for applications where the wire needs to be fed over a large distance.
It is also suitable for use with soft filler metals. The PushPull system is equipped with two
perfectly synchronised wirefeeders that ensure extremely precise wirefeeding. This is a prerequisite for high process stability, especially when long wire-feed distances and soft
filler metals are involved.

Base material: Chromium 
Material thickness: 10 mm (flange) / 1 mm (pipe)
Filler metal: CrNi 19 12 3: 1 mm
Gas: Ar+2.5% CO2
Vs: 150 cm/min
Vd: 12.7 m/min
Amperage: 208 A / Voltage: 18.4 V


The PowerDrive system is an alternative to the PushPull system. It only uses one wirefeeder, namely the WF 25i RD, which is placed at the very end of the robot arm and ensures reliable and constant wirefeeding. This dynamic wirefeeding feature enables the PMC Mix Drive
process to be used, which makes its mark in aluminium applications in particular.

Base material: AlMg3
Material thickness: 1.5 - 3 mm
Filler metal: AlSi5 O: 1.2 mm
Gas: 100% Ar
Vs: 30 cm/min
Vd: 5 m/min
Amperage: 115 A / Voltage: 18 V




TPS/i TWIN systems are adapted to the respective application area on a modular basis. Whereas a push system is the ideal solution for steel applications, a PushPull solution is recommended for aluminum. If you want to achieve the absolute maximum when it comes
to welding speed and process stability, look no further than the CMT TWIN process.

- Self-regulating process
- Smart assistance systems
- High deposition rate
- High-speed welding
- Totally stable welding


Fronius LaserHybrid, the laser-MIG welding process from Fronius, combines the advantages
of the industrial-scale MIG and laser-beam welding processes, without inheriting the disadvantages. Fronius LaserHybrid offers the excellent gap-bridging ability and easy weld-seam preparation of MIG welding, as well as the low heat input, deep penetration and speed of laser welding. This enables the automated joining of various aluminium and steel components at a speed of up to 8 metres per minute, in superlative quality.

- Higher process stability and welding speed
- Good flow from weld seam flanks
- Large weld volume
- Good metallurgical properties




Whether it’s for the construction of pipes or containers, or for use in air and space travel technology, the new TIG Welding Process ArcTig offers the optimal solution for all those who have the very highest quality standards for their weld seam, while also seeking a simple and, above all, cost-effective solution. With mechanized and robot-assisted applications, materials up to 10 mm can be single-pass welded without processing.

- Minimal to no joint preparation up to a material thickness of 10 mm
- No weld-pool support needed
- Low level of weld seam crowning and low distortion
- No spatter



The plasma welding process is very similar to the TIG welding process, but has a number of key advantages. The main reasons for using a plasma welding system are always the reliable, top-quality results and higher welding speeds. This applies to all chrome-nickel materials, coated and uncoated steels, titanium and all nickel-based materials. Application areas include the automotive supply industry, pipeline and container construction, mechanical engineering and structural steelwork, rail vehicle construction and shipbuilding.

- Up to 20% higher welding speed
- No weld-seam preparation, up to 30% less filler metal needed
- Completely spatter- and pore-free
- Deeper penetration, yet only minimal component distortion

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