Using the system’s Arc OFF mode, your students can practice, troubleshoot and master welding techniques while reducing program material costs, including welding plate, electrode or wire and shielding gas. With audio coaching and instructor review of objective scores on five welding parameters, your students hit the booth running to speed up comprehension and training time. Greater understanding and mastery of techniques means higher certification rates.
When used with advanced welding equipment like the Power Wave® C300, REALWELD exposes your students to advanced manufacturing technologies used in industry today. With more opportunities for guided skills practice, your students will be better prepared to WELD, SCORE and SUCCEED in their new career path.
Stick to Learning
Why settle for just MIG training? The REALWELD Trainer also takes students through stick and flux-cored welding procedures and techniques.
Listen and Learn
The most effective learning experience is the one that engages multiple senses. The REALWELD Trainer includes an audio coach – that provides guidance with weld speed, angles, aim, contact tip to work distance/arc length and position in the weld. Audio cues can be turned off at any time, allowing the student or prospective employee to demonstrate learned behaviors.
The REALWELD Trainer allows the student to practice multi-pass capability on positions 1F, 2F, 3F, 4F, 1G, 2G, 3G on lap, tee, groove and flat plate coupons with up 25.4 mm plate on 152 mm or 457 mm coupons. Longer welds replicate more closely common field conditions.
Knowledge in a Small Space
The REALWELD Trainer’s slim, vertical design maintains a small footprint that makes the system ideal for setting up in any weld booth to provide an optimal training experience. The system easily rolls through any standard doorway.
The system provides instant feedback and can help the instructor with reporting and student evaluation.
Motorized carriage makes it easy to move the table and arm for welding in flat, vertical or overhead positions.
Everything in its Place
Fixture storage racks accommodate all fixtures, including 152 mm and 457 mm.
Unlimited WPS (Tolerance)
Create an unlimited number of customizable Welding. Procedure Specifications (WPS)
Desktop Instructor allows the instructor to create or modify WPS tolerances and user profiles at their own laptop or office desktop computer. Software available in 12 languages.
Common Lincoln Electric WPS Platform
Use the same pre-loaded or instructor customized WPS from your Lincoln Electric VRTEX® Virtual Reality Weld Simulation Trainer.
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The Lincoln Electric Company | Welding and Cutting Technology
The Lincoln Electric Company (Australia) Pty Ltd was established in 1938 at premises in the Sydney suburb of Alexandria.
In 1953, following years of strong growth the company built new premises at Padstow, where it resides today. The site covers 22 acres, 12 of which are under roof and utilised as a manufacturing plant.
The company employs over 250 staff in Australia and New Zealand, employees are a highly trained and motivated, productive and team oriented and embrace the goals of the Company to meet and exceed customer expectations.
The Company is famous for its productive and highly-skilled work force, as well as its unique compensation system, Incentive Management.
Lincoln Australia services both domestic and international welding markets with quality welding equipment and consumables. Products from other Lincoln facilities throughout the world compliments locally manufactured products to create a complete product line of high quality, cost-effective welding and cutting products.