Control

D3-Touch®

A touch of Simplicity!

D3-Touch® from Welding Alloys is a control technology for automation allowing effective and efficient implementation of fully automated welding techniques and processes. 

Welding Alloys incorporates new technology into all Welding Alloys MultiSurfacer™ machines improving performance and accuracy of the welding process. This technology complements the precision engineering mechanics resulting in maximum performance from our welding machines.

Available on

Roll Cladder, H-Frame, Screw Flight Welding Machine and all steady equipment

Characteristics

  • D3 Touch control system
  • Industrial PC
  • Linux operating system
  • Single or multiple welding heads
  • All axis can be synchronized
  • Multiple weld patterns: oscillating beads, stringer beads, square waves, chevron shape and spiral welding 

Options: data logger, flux recovery system, Auto Stick-out Adjustment, temperature & dimension measurement, fume filtration, email error notifications.

Benefits

  • Full mix of welding processes
  • Reduction in labour costs
  • Reduction in post weld processing
  • Reduction in weld setup time
  • Superior weld quality
  • Quick recall of saved parameters & positions
  • Precise speed & position control
  • Global support network

For complex multi-axis applications, the tight integration of the D3-Touch® architecture and proven electromechanical components provides the ultimate welding automation solution - enabling you to achieve faster, more consistent, high accuracy welding deposits and machine performance.

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News & Events

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29/06/2017

The machines department has had a busy start to 2017, in March the sales teams for machines and wires took part in SIFER 2017 (International Trade Fair for the Railway Industry) in Lille, France.

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19/06/2017

Last May, Welding Alloys Italiana participated in two important events in Italia:
- The Industrial Valve Summit in Bergamo
- The 5th Giornate Nazionali di Saldatura organized by the Italian Welding Institute in Genova