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ABIBLOG: ABICOR BINZEL's Welding Blog

James Study

James Study is Product Manager at ABICOR BINZEL USA, overseeing product engineering, assembly, and technology improvements.

Recent Posts

Robotic Fume Extraction: A Guide on Source Capture Solutions

Posted by James Study on Dec 16, 2019 1:35:00 PM

The robotic fume extraction landscape has featured few lean, advanced, and cost-effective solutions for manufacturers. While fume extraction for manual welding has experienced a significant spike in new solutions entering the market – from high-vacuum systems to multi-gun units, to countless new fume extraction gun concepts – robotics has remained ignored and mostly unchanged with minimal innovation to speak of.

Topics: Robotic Welding, Fume Extraction

A Brief Guide on Wire Brakes for Robotic Welding

Posted by James Study on Jun 5, 2018 10:53:00 AM

Robotic welding torches with integrated wire brake are designed for use in robotic welding applications utilizing the weld wire to touch sense weldment parts (i.e. check for part placement and/or fit up).

Topics: Robotic Welding

ABICOR BINZEL Launches Three New ABIMIG Torches

Posted by James Study on Apr 17, 2017 11:00:00 AM

ABICOR BINZEL is excited to announce the launch of three new ABIMIG torch models to our manual MIG welding line. Our new ABIMIG AT and ABIMIG A combine the ergonomic and comfortable grip of the existing WT in an air-cooled model.

Topics: MIG Guns & Torches

How to Repair Your MB Series BIKOX Cable

Posted by James Study on Mar 17, 2017 12:17:17 PM

If you weld with an ABICOR BINZEL air-cooled MIG gun, like the MB series, you're likely welding with the ultra-lightweight and durable BIKOX® cable. Like all cables, they can become damaged from wear and tear in and around the production plant, and might need a little tender loving care to get them back to working in the optimal manner.

Topics: MIG Guns & Torches