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Aluminium Technology Day 27th September | Milton Keynes

Join our Aluminium Welding Technology Day

Join us for our Aluminium Welding Technology Day on 27th September at our Technology Centre in Milton Keynes.

Fronius, ALFED and Cranfield University are joining forces to bring you a day jam packed with demonstrations and talks surrounding the topic of joining aluminium.

This free event will be ideal for anyone working with this material that wants to work more efficiently.

At the end of the day, you can also visit the laboratory at Cranfield University for a tour.

Welding connects metals, industries, and people

We aspire to produce more than just welding systems, which is why we are the innovation leader for arc welding and are constantly developing welding processes further.

In addition to welding technology for robot applications, we offer solutions for manual gas shielded arc welding, for MIG/MAG, TIG, and MMA welding processes. We also implement automated, complete welding solutions tailored to customer requirements in the field of welding automation.

After all, welding creates connections - between metals, between industries, and between people. Connected by the arc, by passion, by the beat of welding.

EXENTO Welding Fume Extraction System


Thanks to its particularly high filter quality, the Exento HighVac mobile high vacuum extraction system removes more than 99.9% of captured welding fume particles, resulting in significantly lower welding fume exposure.

In combination with the powerful Exento fume extraction torch, the high vacuum system captures the welding fumes directly at the source. It is equipped with an extra large, vertically mounted filter cartridge, thereby ensuring particularly effective cleaning.

Welding processes


MIG/MAG welding is also referred to as gas metal arc welding. A differentiation is made between metal inert gas welding (MIG) and metal active gas welding (MAG). MIG/MAG is currently the most frequently used welding process and allows for particularly high welding speeds. It can be used in a manual, mechanized or robot-supported manner.

Learn more about MIG/MAG welding


Tungsten inert gas welding (TIG welding) is a gas shielded welding process and is one of the fusion welding processes. It is used wherever optimum quality and spatter-free weld seams are required. TIG welding is suitable, among other things, for stainless steels, aluminum and nickel alloys as well for thin sheet metal made of aluminum and stainless steel. It is used in pipeline and container construction, in portal construction and in aerospace applications.

Learn more about TIG welding

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