www.sheasyweld.com http://www.sheasyweld.com Specialized in providing professional welding solutions Thu, 24 Aug 2017 09:53:01 +0000 zh-CN hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.5 About us Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800         Shanghai Easyweld Mechnical Equipment Co., Ltd. is a professional supplier who specialized in producing, marketing and service of inverter welding, cutting equipments and spare parts. Our major products are full digital MIG, full digital MMA, full digital TIG, full digital plasma cutters, multi-functions welders, multi-function precision submerged arc welders. Our welders adopt advanced digital technology and IGBT technology, which make welding much easier. Our machines are widely used in various industries, such as steel structure, petroleum, shipping, chemical engineering, electric power, metallurgy, automobile, aviation, railway, building construction, etc..

       

        Based on the principle of "quality first, customer first, reputation first" and "easy welding", we aim to provide high quality welding products with the most competitive prices and also excellent services to all customers. We are committed to become a leading supplier of Chinese advanced welding and cutting solutions!  


       Our products have been exported to over 70 countries in the world. We have established long term business relationship with many customers in all over the world. We will keep on servicing all old and new customers with our best prices and perfect services. 


     Welcome to contact us for any demand!




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Corporate culture Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800    Easy Welding!

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Introduction Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800         Shanghai Easyweld Mechnical Equipment Co., Ltd. is a reputed company who specialized in producing, marketing  and service of inverter welding, cutting equipments and spare parts. Our major products are full digital MIG, full digital MMA, full digital TIG, full digital plasma cutters, multi-functions welders, multi-function precision submerged arc welders, welding spare parts and so on. Our products are widely used in various industries, such as steel structure, petroleum, shipping, chemical engineering, electric power, metallurgy, automobile, aviation, railway, building construction, etc..

       

        Based on the principle of "quality first, customer first, reputation first", we aim to provide high quality products with the most competitive prices and also excellent services to all customers. We are committed to be the leading supplier of Chinese advanced welding and cutting solutions!  


        With high quality products, excellent services and competitive prices, we have established long term business relationship with many customers in all over the world. Our products have been exported to over 70 countries in the world. 


       We will keep on servicing all old and new customers with our best prices and perfect services. 




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WELDING PROGRAMS SEEK FUNDS TO MEET RISING DEMAND Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800 WELDING PROGRAMS SEEK FUNDS TO MEET RISING DEMAND


By most accounts, having to expand your welder training facility by several thousand feet just to keep up with the influx of new students is a good problem to have—if you have the money. The Pennsylvania College of Technology finds itself in just such a quandary.

According to Dr. Davie Jane Gilmour, welding continues to be one of the school’s most popular majors. In fact, the welding program was the institution’s first to fill up this year. “We did a mini in-house renovation a year ago to take in an additional 15 or 20 students, and we still have more demand and a significant waiting list,” said Gilmour. Welding is so popular in this locale, at times there are over 40 students on the waiting list. Students actually end up taking other courses while they wait for slots in the welding ones to open up.

In response, the college’s board of trustees unanimously voted to accept a $2 million grant from the Economic Development Administration (EDA), which is part of the U.S. Department of Commerce (EDA). If awarded, the college can expand its welding facility by 22,000 square feet.


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Automatic Welding/Cutting Solutions Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800 Automatic Welding/Cutting Solutions



Programming operation is carried out on the welding process, welding seam can be segmented, different weld segments set different welding parameters. Different welding sections are provided with different welding parameters, different welding sections are provided with different welding parameters, and different welding sections are provided with different welding parameters.




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DRAFTING THE RIGHT FILLER: HOW TO CHOOSE? Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800 DRAFTING THE RIGHT FILLER:  HOW TO CHOOSE?



This month’s edition of Practical Welding Today really does a great job of outlining the best way to decide between filler metals for welding 6XXX series aluminum. For example, “Will it be exposed to sustained elevated temperatures? Are strength, ductility, and toughness key requirements?” Answering each question will help you select the TIG Rod that best suits your application. As always, we’re here to help!







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Welcome Germany customers visit our company! Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800

Welcome Germany customers visit our company!

Welcome Germany customers come to visit our company and our product line of welding machines. They inspected the cargos of the completed welding machines order and tested several of the machines quality. They were very satisfied with the quality and package, and they arranged the balance payment immediately after they finished the visiting. 

     We believe our good quality and service will always satisfy you!



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UNDERWATER WELDING CODE Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800 UNDERWATER WELDING CODE


A new edition of the D3.6M, Underwater Welding Code was recently published and includes numerous updates. The internationally recognized code for the welding of structures underwater in both wet and dry environments was first published in 1983 and is currently in its 6th edition.

The 2017 edition includes the following changes:

  • The clauses have been renumbered to align with standard AWS format. In general, the clauses have been shifted by two. For example, Qualification used to be Clause 5 and now it’s Clause 7.
  • Cleaning requirements have been better defined (5.11).
  • Acceptance of still-valid qualifications to previous editions of D3.6M has been incorporated (7.1.3).
  • The use of ultrasonic stress relieving has been added as an option under Workmanship. Ultrasonic stress relieving is a process in which ultrasonic energy is used to impart compressive residual stress into a weld joint and base material mitigating harmful tensile stresses.
  • The ultrasonic examination (UT) procedure in Clause 8, Inspection, has been updated to better align with the technique described in AWS D1.1/D1.1M, Structural Welding Code—Steel.
  • Some sample forms in Annex A have been updated.
  • An informative annex has been added to address the qualification of marine welding inspectors (Annex E).



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The White Elephant in the Room – Are Robots Taking Away Jobs? Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800 The White Elephant in the Room – Are Robots Taking Away Jobs?

                                                                          by: Jay Fozwell


During the past 8-10 years (since the recession of 2008) there has been speculation suggesting the installation of hundreds of thousands of robots have slowed job recovery and that jobs have been taken. Adding to the speculation is the assertion that more jobs will be lost as robotic capabilities are improved and enhanced.

However, contrary to the speculations, a detailed study by Robotenomics shows that companies which have invested heavily in use of robots have substantially increased the jobs added to their payrolls.

Robotenomics’ research comes from legal corporate regulatory filings, such as annual financial reports, from over a 6-year period. From these reports, it was determined that 62 of the world’s largest manufacturing corporations who are heavy users of industrial robots are adding more jobs and employing more people than they did before the onset of the 2008 recession. In fact these companies have collectively added more than one million jobs.

A PricewaterhouseCoopers survey of US manufacturers indicated that one third of manufacturers said that the biggest impact robots will have on the manufacturing workforce in the next three years is that they will lead to new job opportunities to engineer advanced robots and robotic operating systems. In the same survey about one in four felt the biggest impact would be “more demand for talent to manage the robotic workplace.” Amazon Vice President Mike Roth spoke of his belief that robots complement human labor – “The robots do not give jobs away. They make them more efficient… I see no way robotics are ever going to replace humans.”

Auto Manufacturers

The Robotenomics research study shows seven auto manufacturers who increased their number of employers were also adding new robots to their production floors at the same time. Quoted in the study is Richard Morris, vice president of assembly at the BMW Spartanburg plant – “Ideas come from people, and a robot is never going to replace that.” The person who does the robot programming and services the robots will make a substantial contribution to future car productivity.


The robotics industry continues to grow in North America according to a recent report from the Robotics Industries Association.



The Porsche Macan factory in Leipzig, Germany is one of the most advanced auto manufacturing facilities in the world and heavily automated with industrial robots. However, Porsche, who have seen a huge jump in the number of people employed over the last 6 years, emphasizes the importance of human workers in such an automated facility: “A total of 387 robots turn the body shop into an impressive sight. However, despite the high degree of automation, human workers are essential here, in particular for quality controls, systems operation and several manual tasks. In the body shop we rely on harmonic interaction between expert human labor and state-of-the-art technology.”

Toyota, another car manufacturer, and one that values long term employment uses thousands of robots in their facilities. They manufacture robots as well. “Toyota wants to provide a pleasant workplace for its workers and one that helps them feel good about their work. To create a pleasant environment for the workers, we use machines and robots for work that is dirty or requires a lot of strength. Also, since machines and robots can accurately repeat the tasks they are given on time, they are ideal for repetitive, precise tasks. This is why we use many machines and robots in the stamping, welding, and painting processes.” Toyota executives went on further to state “Tasks that require complex judgments, such as assembly and inspections, and those that require intuition and special expertise, are performed mainly by humans. We also need workers to operate the machines and robots. In this way, human workers and machines (robots) each do what they do best, working together to make high quality cars.”

Robotics are and will continue to help business reduce production and process inefficiency, and they will become more and more prevalent in many aspects of manufacturing and production. But the evidence shows that where robotic driven processes are invested in, so too is there an investment in people. Opportunities and employment growth are realized.

According to a United States Department of Labor study, 65% of children currently in primary school, when entering the workforce, will work jobs that are not in existence today. Undoubtedly, robotics is a growing technology area, and the proliferation of the use of robots is likely to be one of the key transformations in the workplace of the near future.

The conclusion drawn is that robots are not taking jobs away, nor are they going away. Their use will bring new opportunities in a changing workplace.



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TC-22 Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800


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High-speed Pulse welding Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800 该工艺利用精准的波形控制技术,更加集中收缩电弧,实现熔滴由射滴过渡向射流过渡。与普通脉冲焊相比,在熔深稳定的同时增加了焊接速度。速度提升50%以上,熔缝熔深大,高速脉冲焊无飞溅,提高熔敷率,节省用户焊材成本;减少用户打磨时间,提高焊接效率。









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Super double Pulse welding Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800        该工艺高脉冲阶段熔化金属,形成脉冲熔滴过渡,低频脉冲搅拌熔池,并且利用精准的波形控制技术,更加集中收缩电弧,实现熔滴由射滴过渡向射流过渡。与传统双脉冲焊相比,在熔深稳定的同时增加了焊接速度。无飞溅,铝薄板焊接厚度可低至0.8mm,焊缝质量高,缺陷少。






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High-speed Welding Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800         该工艺在脉冲过度的基础上压缩弧长,使熔滴过渡时产生短路,从而形成一种高能量高密度的浓缩电弧。与传统气保焊相比,在熔深稳定的同时增加了焊接速度。速度提升30%,飞溅降低40%,焊接速度提高,用户生产效率和效益得到明显提升;飞溅大幅度降低,提高焊材熔敷率,节省焊材成本;减少用户打磨时间,提高焊接效率。











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Vertical Upward welding Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800 Aerospace Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800 TIG-160/200 Digital Wed,19 May 2021 07:24:01 +0800







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