welding cycle

welding cycle

[′weld·iŋ ‚sī·kəl]
(metallurgy)
The complete sequence of events involved in making a resistance weld.
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The non-contact infrared welding cycle is very similar to HPW in that it includes the same fundamental steps mentioned above.
As with other HiQ Dialog machines, documentation of each welding cycle is recorded, an essential factor for medical applications.
Herrmann says its robotic welder with preloaded pneumatic cylinders cuts one second of process time from each weld, reducing the welding cycle by 20 seconds.
3a, closed, a DC constant current is applied to the heating element, which are held at a relatively constant temperature during the welding cycle.
In addition, features such as automatic opening of the door or sliding table at the end of the welding cycle provide tangible benefits for the operator, helping to reduce the unload and load times.
Higher cell's flexibility and productivity may be reached due to greater number of (two sides, in-line) included positioners allowing overlapping of heavy part loading and welding cycle times (Nicolescu, 2010).
The ORBI001 can be interfaced to the ORBIMAT C power supply and the welding cycle will be disabled until the internal gas quality is suitably pure.
announced that Annular Deformation Resistance Welding, ADRW, reduces welding cycle time by as much as 80 percent and cuts overall material and capital costs.
The Power Wave 455 / STT was used for the complete welding cycle on the all pipe butts welded.
This integrated system has been shown to produce improved response time, 'one the fly' process changes and arc start improvements, thus reducing welding cycle times and lowering welding costs.
For example, some European customers have requested the ability for quick starts of the welding cycle by ramping up the horn from zero to full amplitude in the minimum amount of time in order to improve cycle rates.
This allows the welding cycle to be completed within a relatively short period of time.