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Game changed. Announcing the POWER MIG 210 MP!

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September 2014

Game Changed. Announcing The POWER MIG 210 MP!

POWER MIG 210 MPThe POWER MIG® 210 MP is a multi-process welder for the hobbyist, educator or small contractor who wants to do MIG welding and a lot more, including stick, TIG and flux-cored welding. The digital controls and color display screen make setup and operation intuitive and easy, while the all-metal wire drive and sturdy sheet-metal construction make it rugged and ready for any job in the home or small shop. The 210 MP is the ideal MIG machine for the welding novice, with plenty of room to grow when you're ready to flex your muscles and do more. MORE

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The Time Is Now. Are You Ready To Accept The Challenge?

Accept the ChallengeNothing can hold you back now. We've lowered prices on our entire portfolio of products below 350 AMPs, including the Power MIG® 180 Dual. There's never been a better time to take the leap and buy that welder you've always wanted. We've even included special rebate offers on products across the product range. Choose to get cash back, gear or an extended warranty - it’s up to you. The time is now. You’ve never been one to back down from a challenge, right? Then accept the challenge today with a new Lincoln Electric machine! MORE

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Our Apps Have Been Updated!

Lincoln Electric Mobile AppsThe Lincoln Library app has been updated to include the Power Wave Solutions folio. The folio includes links to product videos, spec sheets and any additional content that supports the Power Wave platform. Download/update the Android version here and the Apple version here. MORE

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Welding Project: Tree Coat Rack

Tree Coat RackThis "How I Did It" project was created by Bryce Masuk of Langley, BC, Canada. This metal tree is actually a coat rack. It stands 6 ft. 4 in. tall and is made of mild steel materials. Masuk used a Lincoln Electric POWER MIG® 255C to weld the coat rack and air-powered tools to polish it. The bottom of the tree is made from 4 in. square tubing crushed to look like bark. MORE 

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How To Recognize Damaged Consumables

How to Recognize Damaged ConsumablesAs the consumable components within the plasma torch naturally wear over time, the quality and accuracy of the finished parts is diminished.  Increased edge bevel, bottom dross build-up, and edge distortion are important signs to the operator that a consumable change is needed. In order to remedy these problems, it is not uncommon for the operator to automatically replace the entire set of consumables – especially the electrode, nozzle and shield cap – instead of evaluating each component individually. This results in excessive consumable usage, which negatively impacts the overall cost of operation and increases the cost to produce each finished part . MORE 

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How To Change Consumables

How to change consumablesNow that you know how to recognize damaged consumables, it's time to actually change them. This video features a demonstration on how to remove and replace the consumables within a quick disconnect torch head. Knowing what to do will save you time and money. MORE

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Education Resource and Purchasing Portal

Education Resources and Purchasing PortalExclusive for educational institutions, this comprehensive web-based portal was developed to help educators get the educational materials and resources they need for their programs. In support of the continued effort to teach future skilled workers the art and craft of welding, Lincoln Electric has created a program to bring high quality products to educators at affordable costs. Train your students how to weld using the premium products they will use in the industry. MORE  

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Lincoln Electric Licenses Helical Robotics' Mobile Robotic Technology

The Lincoln Electric Company and Helical Robotics® LLC announced that Lincoln Electric has been granted an exclusive worldwide license for Helical Robotics' proprietary magnetic robotic technology. This agreement will expand Lincoln Electric's automation solutions to include the industry's first trackless automated arc welding and cutting solution. MORE 

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