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AMADA WELD TECH will Showcase the Latest in Advanced Manufacturing Solutions at MD&M Minneapolis

AMADA WELD TECH will showcase its new WM-200A IIoT-Ready Networked Weld Monitor at MD&M Minneapolis, which will be held November 2-3, 2022, at the Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis, MN. Stop by booth #3207 to see experts demonstrate the monitor’s use with a resistance welding set-ups comprised of a power supply and weld head. Additionally, MD&M attendees can meet with our advanced technology engineers to get expert advice on their laser stent and tube cutting and laser micromachining applications. Supporting those applications is the new SIGMA® LS Laser Micromachining Subsystem, also featured in the booth.

The compact WM-200A Networked Weld Monitor enhances resistance welding monitoring capability, simplifying data capture, storage, and analysis on a networked platform, paving the way to next-generation artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms to look deeper into the welding processes. Whether a standalone station or implemented in a fully automated system, the WM-200A enables users to collect large amounts of high-resolution data from the resistance welding process, and analyze it for product traceability, statistical data analysis, and equipment health. Data can be stored on a local on premise or cloud-based server, and viewed and analyzed from a remote location.

MD&M attendees should also visit the booth to learn about the all-new SIGMA LS Laser Micromachining Subsystem, a femtosecond laser-integrated module ideal for precision micromachining of metals and metal alloys, polymers, ceramics, and glasses. With its small form factor and integration-ready design, the SIGMA LS is the perfect choice for machine builders, system integrators, contract manufacturers, job shops, and R&D laboratories. SIGMA LS offers processing solutions for a broad range of femtosecond laser micromachining applications requiring optimal quality, minimal thermal effects, and high stability and dimensional accuracy.  Key applications include hole drilling in stainless steel cannulae; selective polymer ablation on catheters; hole drilling in ceramic microfluidics; and surface texturing on metals, polymers, and ceramics. It is also an excellent choice for micromachining polymer filter screens and delicate metal struts and filaments.