New Welding Process Provides Remote Floodwelding SafetyMay 16, 2017
With the new patent-pending RC-17 Fly-By-Wire welding process, developed by Weld Mold, Brighton, MI, operators can perform remote floodwelding from the safety of a temperature-controlled environment, while maintaining total control of the welding operation and long-established best welding procedures. Operators are protected from heat, smoke, fumes and radiation, and no longer have to worry about the safety and health issues that often result from exposure.
With the RC-17, operators maintain full accountability of weld time while recording the welding process. The software-controlled process offers repeat modes and is fully programmable, and template overlays facilitate ease of operation. To support the RC-17 process, Weld Mold offers a full manual.
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See also: Weld Mold Co
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