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EDUCATION SOLUTIONS CATALOG
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One Stop. One Partner.
We offer a full range of training solutions for educators -- teaching aids and curriculum,
equipment and consumables for every process, welding training systems, personal
protection gear and tools, fume extraction and more. Browse products organized into
Levels to help you determine which training tools are right for your program.
One stop, one partner.
No matter what level of welding expertise a student
may reach, there’s always room to learn more
– especially now when industry requires an
unprecedented degree of technical and
operational knowledge. Lincoln Electric
understands this need more than any
other welding manufacturer. We’ve
been the leader in welding technology
for more than a century, and we’ve
been the leader in welding education
for just as long.
We take a three-level approach to
welding education that starts at
junior high and makes its way up
through college. Our web-based
U/LINC® curriculum closely matches
this three-level structure.
Your single education source
Whatever the needs of your school or
training facility – whatever processes
your instructors or regional customers
specialize in – you need equipment and
materials to launch your program and keep it
running efficiently. That’s where Lincoln Electric
comes in, with resources for every aspect of your
education program. We were the leader in welding
training a century ago, and we continue to be the leader
today.
Lincoln Electric is your one stop, your one partner, –
your single education resource.
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CLASSROOM TEACHING AIDS
Bring Your Classroom to Life
Teaching Aids
- Designed to help you explain
how welding tools work and
why processes are selected
for the job at hand.
Classroom-Pak™ Teaching Aid
Tool Box
Cutaway Harris®
Gas Regulator
- Describe internal tension spring
and diaphragm
Cutaway Harris® Oxyfuel Torch
- Show how oxygen and acetelyne
are mixed
GMAW Gun
- Fully operational GMAW/FCAW
gun with three foot cable and
complete front and
back-end parts
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WELDING AND CUTTING CURRICULUM
Teach Your Trade. We’ll Do the Rest.
U/LINC® Curriculum
SAMPLE
Welding Procedure Specification (WPS) Instructor’s Key
Company Name:
Identification #
Sample
1 GMAW
2 Manual
Welding Process:
- Stop spending your time developing
curriculum -- Use U/LINC AWS SENSE and
state competency-aligned materials
Type:
JOINT DESIGN USED
Type:
5
Up
Down
Date:
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
A. Short circuit
X No
Yes
Globular
1. Which mode of transfer Mode:
would be best for an application when welding overhead?
N/A
C. Globular
Spray
Pulse
B. Axial spray
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GMAW Modes
of Metal Transfer
Other:
N/A
Current:
D. Pulse transfer
AC
DCEP
DCEN
2. Globular transfer shouldPower
be used
when9
cost is
Source:
CCa large factor. X CV
A. True
B. False
Tungsten Electrode (GTAW):
BASE MATERIAL
- Over 1000 lesson plans, student
assessments, lab activities, videos
and presentations
Flat Surfacing:
2F
Directions: Circle the letter of the correct answer.
Short Circuit
Transfer
N/A
N/A
Method:
Date:
Fillet:
N/A
Vertical Progression:
Double Weld
Name:
By
7
Groove:
X No
N/A
Back Gouging:
Butt
Edge
4
Yes
Root Face Dimension:
Groove Angle:
Supporting PQR No.(s)
Assessment
Corner
Root Opening:
Authorized by:
X Tee
X Single Weld
Backing:
Date:
Semi-Automatic
Automatic
POSITION
Lap
3
Sample
Revision:
Machine
Material Spec:
ASTMA A36
Type or Grade:
N/A
Thickness:
Groove: N/A
Size: requires a minimum of 80%
Type:
3. Which mode of metal transfer
argon in the shielding gas?
A. Short circuit
Fillet: 10 ga (3.2 mm)
C. Globular
FILLER METALS
B. Axial spray
TECHNIQUE
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Introduction
Stringer, Weave Bead, Other:
D. None of the above
Stringer
Having an understanding of the modes of metal transfer characteristics is essential for welding and
Multi- or Single-Pass (per side):
Single Pass
fabrication. The modes of metal transfer have both advantages and limitations. Choosing the right process
4. Globular mode of transfer
was popular
for high production sheet metal fabrication in the 1920s and 1930s.
Number
of Electrodes:
Size:
XXX
for
the material toSingle
be welded will lead to faster weld times and fewer discontinuities and distortion—thus
A. True
B. False
Contact Tip
to Work
Distance:
a more
efficiently
run fabrication shop. When mistakes are made, it costs the company time and money
Peening: in reworkYes
X NoIf the mistakes are not caught prior to the part being put into service, it could lead
and repairs.
SHIELDING
toCleaning:
future weld
causing
or,ofinsmall
extreme
cases,
death. Most employers strive to keep
Electrode Flux (Class): N/A
N/A metal transfer is Interpass
X possible
the higher
energy
modefailure
of transfer,
resulting
stream
molten
droplets.
5.Gas:
_______
Yes
No in ainjury
their shop running efficiently by employing highly skilled welders to help eliminate any rework or repairs.
Composition:
A. N/A
Pulse
Cleaning Method:
None B. Short circuit
Welding operators with a strong welding skill set and an understanding as to why a particular mode of
Flux:
N/A
Flow Rate:
C. Globular
D. Axial
spray
transfer is most effective
for efficiency
and quality will always be in high demand.
AWS Specification:
AWS Classification:
6
A5.1
ER70S-6
Gas Cup Size:
PREHEAT
Preheat Temp:
Min:
N/A
Max:
N/A
Interpass Temp:
Min:
N/A
Max:
N/A
6. Axial spray transfer is used mainly in the vertical and overhead positions.
A. True
B. False
Objectives:
- Course Builder module makes curriculum
planning easy
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WELDING PROCEDURE
1. Describe the three basic forms of metal transfer used in GMAW
7. _______ handles
Currentpoor fit-up extremely well and is capable of root pass work on pipe.
Filler Metals
Pass or Weld
Layer(s)
Technique
1
Stringer
Type circuit
A. Short
Amps (A)
& Polarity
Class
Diameter
ER70S-6
1/16" (1.6 mm)
DC- spray
C. Axial
Travel Speed
Joint Details
B. Globular
D. None of the above
105±15
Terms:
8. With _______ transfer mode there
is little post-weld clean up, excellent weld fusion and no weld spatter.
Defect: DiscontinuityB.orAxial
discontinuities
that by nature or accumulated effect (for example, total
A. Short circuit
spray
crack length) render a part or product unable to meet minimum applicable acceptance standards or
C. Globular
D. None of the above
specifications. This term designates rejectability. See also discontinuity.
GMAW SHORT ARC FLAT BEAD ON PLATE 1/4 IN.: LP
- Know exactly which state competencies
will or will not been met by your program
Discontinuity: An interruption of the typical structure of a weldment, such as a lack of homogeneity
in the mechanical, metallurgical or physical characteristics of the material or weldment. A
is not necessarily
defect.
See also defect.
The LincolnaElectric
Company
Copyright © 2015, Lincolndiscontinuity
Global.
Transfer:
TO BE USED FOR TRAINING PURPOSESGlobular
ONLY.
A type of metal transfer in which the electrode produces a large ball of metal when
it touches the workpiece. This deposits large amounts of metal into the weld puddle.
Short Circuit Metal Transfer: A type of metal transfer that occurs when the wire electrode touches
the workpiece and produces a short circuit and high current. The high current level causes a violent
transfer of metal, which creates the weld.
GMAW
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The Lincoln Electric Company
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Spray Transfer: Metal transfer in which molten metal from a consumable electrode is propelled axially
across the arc in small droplets.
DRAFT
GMAW
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The Lincoln Electric Company
DRAFT
WELDING GEAR AND TOOLS
Keeping Students Safe
Welding Gear
Premium quality materials Fire-resistant jackets, passive or
auto-darkening helmets, gloves, caps,
safety glasses and more
- Meets U.S. A.N.S.I and other
safety standards
- Ready-Pak® student
bundles available
Welding Tools
- High quality common tools - Welpers®
pliers, brushes, chipping hammers
- Complete line of magnetic fixtures
- Add rod ovens, welding blankets or
rust preventative
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LINCOLN ELECTRIC EDUCATION
PARTNER SCHOOLS (LEEPS)
Exclusive Partner Benefits for Qualified Schools
Become a Lincoln Electric
Partner School
- Welding instructors earn
certifications to remain current and
relevant to changing industry needs
- Qualified schools may host Lincoln
Electric train-the-trainer events
for profit
- Top schools earn Lincoln Electric
Authorized Training Facility status to
conduct workshops and seminars in
behalf of Lincoln Electric, as well as
to attract leading students and key
industry advisors
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PROFESSIONAL AND SKILL
DEVELOPMENT
Keep Your Instructors Current and Relevant
Train-the-Trainer Education
- Attend Lincoln Electric Seminars
and Workshops for instructors
and education leaders
- Classroom and Lab training techniques
and emerging technologies
- Advanced manufacturing robotic automation,
CNC plasma cutting and more
- Welding Simulator and Advanced Training
System workshops
- AWS Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) and
Certified Welding Educator (CWE) training
- Professional Design of Weldments
Engineering track
- Teacher/Observer class audit opportunities
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WELDING TRAINING SYSTEMS
Engage Students. Accelerate Learning. Reduce Program Costs.
VRTEX® Virtual Reality
Welding Simulators
- Classroom or shop placement
gets your students welding
in less time at lower costs
- Facilitates skills training and the
ability to identify and correct
welding technique issues
- Student diagnostic capabilities
help you assess performance
and mastery of skills
REALWELD® Advanced
Welding Training System
- Audio Coaching prompts each
student to use correct practices
and techniques in real time
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CNC CUTTING EQUIPMENT
Practice STEM Skills
Torchmate® CNC Plasma
Cutting Table Systems
- Teach applied CAD / CAM
software and underlying
geometry and math skills
- Introduce your students to
CNC operations concepts
- Make your shop a complete
metalworking operation from
cutting to welding to finishing
- Unlimited student
software licensing
ROBOTICS
Introduce Advanced Manufacturing
ClassMate™ Robotic
Welding Training System
- Robotic cells do double duty
in two programs – welding
and mechatronic classes
- Teach robotic programming
skills as an additional career
development path
- Incorporate additional STEM
concepts into your curriculum
- Includes curriculum and three
days of instructor training
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WELDING & CUTTING EQUIPMENT
Teach With Premium Professional Equipment
Welding Equipment
Employers and students agree — It’s
better to learn on the equipment
used at industrial shops or job sites
Stick Welders
TIG/Stick Welders
Wire Welders
Multi-Process Welders
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WELDING CONSUMABLES
Premium Electrodes Available at Educational Discounts
Consumables
Available education discounts
- Premium electrode and wire at
reduced prices
- Packaged to resist moisture
and extend shelf life
- Manufactured by the most
vertically integrated supplier in
North America
BOOTHS AND FUME EXTRACTION SYSTEMS
Train in a Safer, More Comfortable Environment
Welding Booths/Fume
Extraction Equipment
- Correct fume extraction
solutions can result in cost
savings of up to 30 percent
- Achieve fume reduction through
isolation, substitution, personal
protection, ventilation for the
shop, at the process or at
the weld
- Fume extraction systems include
3 year warranty and lowest total
cost of ownership
- Freestanding weld booths can
be sized and configured to suit
your environment
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EDUCATION RESOURCE AND
PURCHASING PORTAL
Capture Additional Cost Savings for Your Program
Purchase Electrode
as low as $1.00/lb
- Exclusive web-based portal for
educational institutions
- Get the materials necessary to run
welding programs at any level
- Stick electrodes, GMAW and FCAW
wire, GMAW guns, GTAW torches,
helmets and welding gear, fume
extraction filters, arc welding safety
materials, classroom training materials
- Affiliate online purchases with a
local distributor
- Traceable order status and complete
order history
- FREE standard shipping on orders
over $500 in contiguous United States
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SYSTEM DESIGN SERVICES
Booths and Fume Extraction Systems
Building a New School?
We Can Help.
- Design Services for your new or
remodeled lab facilities
- Available complete air quality
fume audits
- Design and specify a complete
shop-wide ventilation system in
addition to other localized fume
and process-based solutions
Configure welding booths to fit your
footprint, processes and budget
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WHAT LINCOLN ELECTRIC
PRODUCTS ARE RIGHT
FOR ME?
Level 1
INTRODUCTION AND
EXPLORATION
Level 1 is meant for exploratory welding programs. It’s aimed at
students pursuing technical training and industrial arts at the junior
high level. This is where educators provide students with their first
exposure to welding. Curriculum in exploratory programs focuses
on welding awareness, welding safety and introductory metal
fabrication concepts. Trainers at this level help students develop a
basic familiarity with stick, MIG, flux-cored welding and hand-held
plasma cutting.
Level 2
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
- INTERMEDIATE
Levels 2 and 3 of the Lincoln Electric curriculum model
build on the foundation laid in the first, and focus on career
development and advancement.
Level 2 is the intermediate level, tailored to the needs of
programs at high schools and career centers. The curriculum
is designed for students who are taking a more serious look
at welding as a career opportunity, and are seeking to master
multiple welding processes – stick, MIG, TIG – to achieve that
goal. Often, programs at this level include an introduction to
advanced manufacturing and CNC plasma cutting.
Level 3
CAREER DEVELOPMENT
- ADVANCED TECHNOLOGIES
The career development track continues at level 3, and focuses on
advanced manufacturing processes. Programs are generally tailored
to the needs of community colleges and technical colleges. This
level facilitates training in all processes covered in the first two
levels, but also encompasses robotic programming and welding as
well as CNC plasma cutting.
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Education Products at a Glance
Level 1
Introduction and
Exploration
Level 2
Career Development Intermediate
Level 3
WELDING & CUTTING CURRICULUM
Career Development Advanced Technologies
SAMPLE
Welding Procedure Specification (WPS) Instructor’s Key
Company Name:
Identification #
Sample
1 GMAW
2 Manual
Welding Process:
Type:
Type:
U/LINC® Welding & Cutting Curriculum
Backing:
Root Face Dimension:
N/A
A. Short circuit
X No
Yes
Down
Date:
Globular
1. Which mode of transfer Mode:
would be best for an application when welding overhead?
N/A
N/A
Material Spec:
Flat Surfacing:
2F
Up
Directions: Circle the letter of the correct answer.
Short Circuit
Transfer
C. Globular
Spray
Pulse
B. Axial spray
8
GMAW Modes
of Metal Transfer
Other:
N/A
Current:
D. Pulse transfer
AC
DCEP
DCEN
2. Globular transfer shouldPower
be used
when9
cost is
Source:
CCa large factor. X CV
A. True
B. False
Tungsten Electrode (GTAW):
BASE MATERIAL
5
By
Date:
Fillet:
N/A
ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
X No
N/A
Method:
Groove:
Vertical Progression:
Double Weld
Name:
Yes
Groove Angle:
Butt
Edge
4
Back Gouging:
Date:
7
POSITION
Assessment
Corner
Root Opening:
Authorized by:
Supporting PQR No.(s)
Automatic
X Tee
Lap
3
X Single Weld
Sample
Revision:
Semi-Automatic
Machine
JOINT DESIGN USED
ASTMA A36
Size: requires a minimum of 80%
Type:
3. Which mode of metal transfer
argon in the shielding gas?
Type or Grade:
N/A
Thickness:
Groove: N/A
A. Short circuit
Fillet: 10 ga (3.2 mm)
C. Globular
FILLER METALS
B. Axial spray
TECHNIQUE
10
Introduction
Stringer, Weave Bead, Other:
D. None of the above
Stringer
Having an understanding of the modes of metal transfer characteristics is essential for welding and
Multi- or Single-Pass (per side):
Single Pass
fabrication. The modes of metal transfer have both advantages and limitations. Choosing the right process
4. Globular mode of transfer
was popular
for high production sheet metal fabrication in the 1920s and 1930s.
Number
of Electrodes:
AWS Classification: 6 ER70S-6
Size:
XXX
for
the material toSingle
be welded will lead to faster weld times and fewer discontinuities and distortion—thus
A. True
B. False
Contact Tip
to Work
Distance:
a more
efficiently
run fabrication shop. When mistakes are made, it costs the company time and money
Peening: in reworkYes
X NoIf the mistakes are not caught prior to the part being put into service, it could lead
and repairs.
SHIELDING
toCleaning:
future weld
causing
or,ofinsmall
extreme
cases,
death. Most employers strive to keep
Electrode Flux (Class): N/A
N/A metal transfer is Interpass
X possible
5.Gas:
_______
the higher
energy
modefailure
of transfer,
resulting
stream
molten
droplets.
Yes
No in ainjury
their shop running efficiently by employing highly skilled welders to help eliminate any rework or repairs.
Composition:
A. N/A
Pulse
Cleaning Method:
None B. Short circuit
Welding operators with a strong welding skill set and an understanding as to why a particular mode of
Flux:
N/A
Flow Rate:
C. Globular
D. Axial
spray
transfer is most effective
for efficiency
and quality will always be in high demand.
AWS Specification:
TEACHING AIDS
A5.1
Gas Cup Size:
PREHEAT
Preheat Temp:
Min:
N/A
Interpass Temp:
Min:
N/A
Max:
N/A
Max:
N/A
6. Axial spray transfer is used mainly in the vertical and overhead positions.
A. True
B. False
Objectives:
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Cutaway Harris® Bottled Gas Regulator
WELDING PROCEDURE
1. Describe the three basic forms of metal transfer used in GMAW
7. _______ handles
Currentpoor fit-up extremely well and is capable of root pass work on pipe.
Filler Metals
Pass or Weld
Layer(s)
Technique
1
Stringer
Type circuit
A. Short
Amps (A)
& Polarity
Class
Diameter
ER70S-6
1/16" (1.6 mm)
DC- spray
C. Axial
Travel Speed
Joint Details
B. Globular
D. None of the above
105±15
Terms:
8. With _______ transfer mode there
is little post-weld clean up, excellent weld fusion and no weld spatter.
Defect: DiscontinuityB.orAxial
discontinuities
that by nature or accumulated effect (for example, total
A. Short circuit
spray
crack length) render a part or product unable to meet minimum applicable acceptance standards or
C. Globular
D. None of the above
specifications. This term designates rejectability. See also discontinuity.
Discontinuity: An interruption of the typical structure of a weldment, such as a lack of homogeneity
in the mechanical, metallurgical or physical characteristics of the material or weldment. A
is not necessarily
defect.
See also defect.
The LincolnaElectric
Company
Copyright © 2015, Lincolndiscontinuity
Global.
GMAW SHORT ARC FLAT BEAD ON PLATE 1/4 IN.: LP
Transfer:
TO BE USED FOR TRAINING PURPOSESGlobular
ONLY.
A type of metal transfer in which the electrode produces a large ball of metal when
it touches the workpiece. This deposits large amounts of metal into the weld puddle.
Short Circuit Metal Transfer: A type of metal transfer that occurs when the wire electrode touches
the workpiece and produces a short circuit and high current. The high current level causes a violent
transfer of metal, which creates the weld.
GMAW
Copyright © 2015, Lincoln Global.
The Lincoln Electric Company
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Spray Transfer: Metal transfer in which molten metal from a consumable electrode is propelled axially
across the arc in small droplets.
DRAFT
Cutaway Harris Oxyfuel Torch
®
GMAW
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The Lincoln Electric Company
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DRAFT
Classroom-Pak™ Teaching Aid Tool Box
STICK WELDERS
AC225™
AC/DC 225/125™
Idealarc® 250
TIG/STICK WELDERS
Basic
Square Wave® TIG 200
Precision TIG® 225 Ready-Pak®
w/Cart Package
Precision TIG® 275 Ready-Pak® Package
Advanced
Precision TIG® 375
Aspect® 375
WIRE WELDERS
MIG/Flux-Cored Only
POWER MIG® 216 Wire Feeder / Welder
POWER MIG® 256 Wire Feeder / Welder
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Level 1
Level 2
Introduction and
Exploration
Career Development Intermediate
Level 3
Career Development Advanced Technologies
Multi-Process Basic
POWER MIG® 210 MP®
Wire Feeder / Welder
Flextec® 350X Standard
w/Flex Feed® 84 One-Pak®
Multi-Process Advanced
POWER MIG® 350MP® Wire
Feeder / Welder
Power Wave® C300 Education
Ready-Pak®
Power Wave® S350
w/Power Feed® 84 Ready-Pak®
PLASMA CUTTING SYSTEMS
Hand-Held
Tomahawk® 625
Tomahawk® 1000
Tomahawk® 1500
CNC Plasma Cutting Table System
Torchmate® 4400 or 4800 EDU
VRTEX® VIRTUAL REALITY WELDING SIMULATORS
VRTEX® Engage®
VRTEX® Mobile
VRTEX® 360 Education One-Pak® Package
REALWELD® ADVANCED WELDING TRAINING SYSTEM
REALWELD® One-Pak® Package
FUME EXTRACTION SYSTEMS
Miniflex® One-Pak®
Statiflex®
Custom Engineered General Filtration System
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Level 1
Introduction and Exploration
Career Pathways Programs
Typical Programs
»»
»»
»»
»»
Agricultural Education
Technical Education
Project Lead the Way (PLTW)
For programs designed to
spark an interest in welding
Typical Processes
»» Stick
»» MIG
»» Hand-held Plasma Cutting
Recommended Equipment
Product Type
Description
Product Number
Welding Process
Welding and Cutting Learning
Management System
U/LINC® Curriculum
K4244-1, K4244-2, K4244-3, K4244-4
Stick, MIG
Teaching Aids
ClassMate™ Teaching Aid Tool Box
K4442-1
Stick, TIG, GMAW/FCAW, Oxyfuel
Welding Gear
Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak
K3105-S,M,L,2XL,3XL
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-Cored, Oxyfuel
Stick Welders
AC225™
K1170
AC Stick
K1297
AC/DC Stick
K3963-1
MIG, Flux-cored, DC Stick, DC TIG
AC/DC 225/125
MIG Welders
™
POWER MIG® 210 MP® Wire Feeder /
Welder
®
POWER MIG® 216 Wire Feeder / Welder K2816-2
MIG, Flux-cored
POWER MIG® 256 Wire Feeder /
Welder
K3068-1
MIG, Flux-cored
TIG Welders
Square Wave® TIG 200
K5126-1
AC/DC Pulsed TIG, AC/DC Stick
Plasma Cutting Systems
Tomahawk® 625
K2807-1
Hand-held Plasma Cutting
Virtual Reality Welding Simulators
VRTEX® Engage®
K4299-1, 2, 3, 4
Virtual Stick, MIG, Flux-cored
VRTEX Mobile
AD2436-1
Virtual Stick, MIG, Flux-cored
Miniflex® One-Pak®
K4260-2
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-cored
Statiflex
Call for Package Selection
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-cored
®
Portable Fume Extraction Systems
®
®
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Curriculum and Teaching Aids
U/LINC® Curriculum for the Classroom and Lab
·
Closely aligned with the welding and cutting processes, principles and
activities typically associated with agricultural, career pathways and career
development programs
·
Expose students to the techniques of welding and cutting technology and
welding career opportunities
·
Incorporate higher level U/LINC® lesson plans, lab activities and student
assessments at any time as your program expands
·
AWS SENSE-aligned and compatible with most state competencies and
articulation requirements
·
Course Builder module makes it easy to complete curriculum planning for
one week or up to one year
Virtual Reality Welding Simulators
·
Reset and practice welds in seconds
·
Reduce your program’s cost of plate, electrode and shielding gas
·
More easily discover and correct incorrect welding technique issues
·
Share visuals of any trainee weld with the entire class to enhance learning
·
DEMO and REPLAY Modes allow trainees to visualize optimized and actual
welding behavior
Classroom Teaching Aids
Classroom-Pak™ Teaching Aid Tool Box
·
Bring welding, inspection and testing concepts to life
•
Roll this secure, industrial toolbox into your classroom or lab
·
Filled with various weld samples, joint samples, cutaway Harris gas
regulator, cutaway Harris® oxyfuel torch, SMAW electrode holder, GTAW
torch parts, GMAW/FCAW gun parts and plasma torch parts
Cutaway Harris® Bottled Gas Regulator and Oxyfuel Torch
·
Clearly show how these professional tools operate
· Communicate correct oxyfuel or shielding gas safety procedures
Welding Booths
·
Available in 5 foot, 6 foot and custom sizes
·
Use against a wall or back-to-back in any open space configuration
·
Optional welding tables with lockable storage
·
Heavy-duty anti-reflective panels reduce reflective glare.
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Level 2
Career Development
- Intermediate
Typical Programs
»» High Schools
»» Career and Technical
Education (CTE)
»» Agricultural Education
Typical Processes
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
Stick
TIG / Pulsed TIG
MIG / Pulsed MIG
Flux-Cored
Advanced Materials
Hand-held Plasma Cutting
CNC Plasma Cutting
Recommended Equipment
Product Type
Description
Product Number
Welding Process
Welding and Cutting Learning
Management System
Teaching Aids
U/LINC® Curriculum
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-cored
Classroom-Pak™ Teaching Aid Tool Box
K4245-1, K4245-2, K4245-3,
K4245-4
K4442-1
Welding Gear
Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak®
K3105-S,M,L,2XL,3XL
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-Cored, Oxyfuel
Stick Welders
Idealarc® 250
K1053-8
AC/DC Stick
MIG Welders
POWER MIG® 256 Wire Feeder / Welder
K3068-1
MIG, Flux-cored
TIG Welders
Square Wave® TIG 200
Precision TIG® 225 Ready-Pak® w/Cart Package
Precision TIG® 275 Ready-Pak® Package
Precision TIG® 375
Aspect® 375
K5126-1
K2535-2
K2618-1
K2624-1
K3946-2
AC/DC Pulsed TIG, AC/DC Stick
AC/DC Pulsed TIG, AC/DC Stick
AC/DC Pulsed TIG, AC/DC Stick
AC/DC Pulsed TIG, AC/DC Stick
AC/DC Pulsed TIG, AC/DC Stick
Advanced Multi-Process Welders
Power Wave® C300 Education Ready-Pak®
POWER MIG® 350MP® Wire Feeder / Welder
K2774-4
K2403-2
MIG, Pulsed MIG, Flux-cored
MIG, Pulsed MIG, Flux-cored, DC
Stick, DC TIG
Plasma Cutting Systems
Tomahawk® 1000
Tomahawk® 1500
Torchmate® 4400 EDU Package
K2808-1
K2809-1
Call for Consultation
Hand-held Plasma Cutting
Hand-held Plasma Cutting
CNC Plasma Cutting Table System
Virtual Reality Welding
Simulators
VRTEX® Mobile
AD2436-1
Virtual Stick, MIG, Flux-cored
VRTEX® 360 Education One-Pak® Package
AD2434-1
Virtual Stick, MIG, Flux-cored
Advanced Welding Training System
REALWELD® One-Pak® Package
K4344-3
Stick, MIG, Flux-cored
Fume Extraction Systems
Statiflex®
Call for Package Selection
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-cored
Custom Engineered General Filtration System
Call for Consultation
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-cored
Hydroguard® Bench Welding Rod Oven
K2942-1 (115V)
K2942-2 (240V)
Stick, MIG, Flux-Cored
Rod Ovens
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Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-Cored, Oxyfuel
Intermediate
Career Development Programs May Require a Leap in Welding and
Training Technology
·
When your program expands to include a greater variety of
materials, including alloys or heavy plate, think about more capable
welding equipment.
•
As your area employers demand greater skill development and more proof
of those skills, think about augmenting traditional training with Advanced
Welding Training Systems.
•
As the number of students and welding booths increases, it may be
necessary to take to your fume extraction solutions to the next level.
•
Level 2 U/LINC® Curriculum closely matches state and AWS intermediate
career development guidelines
Advanced Multi-Process Welders
·
Tackle more materials, projects and arc welding processes with an advanced
welding power source.
•
Built-in welding modes help optimize results for more materials, joints and
shielding gases.
•
Employers demand prospective employees train on the modern, professional
equipment used in their shop.
•CheckPoint® production monitoring software will help you evaluate the arc
time and consumable usage at every station
VRTEX® 360 Premium Virtual Reality Welding Simulator
•
More processes, joints, positions and coupons
•
Articulating Stick and MIG devices more closely mimic the feel of
actual welding
•
Access to VRTEX® Extensions Upgrades program for more environments,
welds, coupons and instructor functionality
REALWELD® Advanced Welding Training System
•
Audio Coaching is like putting a welding instructor in every booth
•
Use Arc ON mode for actual welding practice or Arc OFF mode to
practice welds over and over at the lowest possible cost.
•
Stick, MIG and flux-cored welding in a number of positions and joints
•
Create your own Master Welds to set the standard for your
student performance
•
Optional 18 inch welds
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Level 3
Career Development
- Advanced Technologies
Typical Programs
»» Career-Focused
Community Colleges
»» Private Career-Focused
Technical Colleges
Typical Processes
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
»»
Stick
TIG / Pulsed TIG
MIG / Pulsed MIG
Flux-Cored
Advanced Materials
Hand-held Plasma Cutting
CNC Plasma Cutting
Robotic Programming and Welding
Recommended Equipment
Product Type
Description
Product Number
Welding Process
Welding and Cutting Learning
Management System
Teaching Aids
Welding Gear
U/LINC® Curriculum
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-cored
Classroom-Pak™ Teaching Aid Tool Box
Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak®
K4246-1, K4246-2,
K4246-3, K4246-4
K4442-1
K3105-S,M,L,2XL,3XL
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-Cored, Oxyfuel
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-Cored, Oxyfuel
Stick Welders
Idealarc® 250
K1053-8
AC/DC Stick
Multi-Process Welders
Flextec® 350X Standard w/Flex Feed® 84 One-Pak®
K3439-1
Stick, DC TIG, MIG, Flux-cored,
Arc Gouging
Advanced Multi-Process Welders
Power Wave® C300 Education
Ready-Pak®
K2774-4
MIG, Pulsed MIG, Flux-cored
Power Wave® S350 w/Power Feed® 84 Ready-Pak®
K3005-3
Stick, DC TIG, Pulsed DC TIG, MIG,
Pulsed MIG, Flux-cored
Tomahawk® 1000
K2808-1
Hand-held Plasma Cutting
Tomahawk® 1500
Torchmate® 4400 or 4800 EDU
K2809-1
Call for Consultation
Hand-held Plasma Cutting
CNC Plasma Cutting Table System
Virtual Reality Welding Simulators
VRTEX® 360 Education One-Pak® Package
AD2434-1
Virtual Stick, MIG, Flux-cored
Advanced Welding Training System
REALWELD®
One-Pak® Package
K4344-3
Stick, MIG, Flux-cored
Robotic Welding Training Systems
Classmate™ Robotic Welding Training System Intermediate
AD2446-2
MIG, Flux-cored
Fume Extraction Systems
Custom Engineered General Filtration System
Call for Consultation
Stick, TIG, MIG, Flux-cored
Rod Ovens
Hydroguard® Bench Welding Rod Oven
K2942-1 (115V)
K2942-2 (240V)
Stick, MIG, Flux-Cored
Plasma Cutting Systems
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Advanced Technologies
Advanced Systems for Advanced Manufacturing
·
Top schools set a mission to prepare the next generation of welding leaders
•
Adopt advanced welding and cutting manufacturing technologies now
rapidly being adopted across the country
•
Deliver knowledgeable job applicants that meet or exceed the technology
demands of area employers
•
Open wide the career opportunities for your graduates
•U/LINC® Level 3 curriculum covers advanced manufacturing, intro to
engineering and more
Robotic Welding Training Systems
·
Classroom and Lab Ready -- practice programming in the classroom with
120V input power and move to the lab for welding operation
• Large, expandable work surface
• Full-featured, operational robotic welding power source
• Integrated fume control as well as safety hardware and software
CNC Plasma Cutting Systems
•
Complete turnkey system includes training and phone support
• Easy to use CAD/CAM software
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WELDING TRAINING SYSTEMS
•
VRTEX Upgrades
•
•
Demo and Replay
FCAW-SS
FEATURES
Virtual Reality Helmet
•
FCAW-GS
•
• •
• • • • • •
• • •
GMAW
•
•
•
•
SMAW
•
•
•
•
PROCESS
Tabletop
6G
5G
115/230
4G
1
•
•
•
•
•
4F
REALWELD
®
3G
115/230
3F
1
2G
VRTEX® 360
•
•
•
•
2F
115/230
•
•
•
•
STAND
1G
1
•
•
•
•
6 in. Diameter
Schedule 40 Pipe
2 in. Diameter
XXS Pipe
VRTEX Mobile
®
Groove Joint
115/230
Tee Joint
1
Flat Plate
Voltage
VRTEX® Engage
POSITIONS
All Position
JOINT
CONFIGURATIONS
INPUT
Phase
MODEL
•
•
•
•
•
ClassMate™ Package 3:
Advanced
•
•
•
GMAW: 350A/31.5V/40%
GMAW: 300A/29V/100%
7 kg Max.
Payload
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
0.911 m
Reach
IR 2D Vision Camera
•
WeldPRO™
6-Axis
Flux-cored
Project Lessons
208/230/380415/460/575/1/3/50/60
for Welding
Operation
Fume Extraction
ClassMate™ Package 2:
Intermediate
FEATURES
Welding Fixture
120V for Robot
Operation and
Programming
PROCESS
3 Day Training
ClassMate™ Package 1:
Basic
ROBOT
MIG
OUTPUT
Robot
INPUT
Rated Output amps/volts/duty
cycle
MODEL
Input Power
CLASSMATE™ ROBOTIC WELDING TRAINING SYSTEM
•
U/LINC® Curriculum
KEY:
22
Excellent
Good
Optional
•
•
•
•
•
•
GTAW up to 3G, 4F & 4G
•
•
GTAW up to 3F
•
•
•
FCAW up to 4F & 4G
GMAW up to 3G
•
•
•
FCAW up to 3G
SMAW up to 3G
•
•
•
GMAW up to 4F & 4G
GMAW up to 3F
•
•
•
•
•
SMAW up to 4F & 4G
SMAW up to 3F
•
•
e-Learning
Math in Welding
•
•
Careers in Welding
•
•
•
•
•
Blueprint Reading
•
•
Fabrication
•
•
WELD LESSONS
Robotics
•
•
•
•
•
CNC Plasma Cutting
•
•
•
Manufacturing and
Engineering
•
•
•
Thermal Cutting
•
•
•
FCAW
•
•
•
GTAW
SMAW
Level 3
GMAW
Level 2
Principles of Welding
Level 1
CLASSROOM LESSONS
Safety
MODEL
•
•
•
•
HAND-HELD PLASMA CUTTING SYSTEMS
Tomahawk® 625
w/Hand Torch
36.8A
Pilot Current:
17A
Tomahawk® 1000
w/Hand Torch
208/230/380-415/
460/575/1/3/50/60
37.8 (Max.)
Pilot Current:
20A
Air Flow
Rate
Output
Range
Input Current @
Rated Output
208/230/1/50/60
AIR
Air Pressure
Required
OUTPUT
Rated Output:
Current/
Voltage/Duty Cycle
INPUT
Input Power
Voltage/Phase/
Hertz
MODEL
24A @ 89.6V 100%
29A @ 91.8V 60%
40A @ 96.0V 35%
10-40A
80-110 PSI
(6.0-7.5 Bar)
70 psi @
125-200 SCFH
5 Bar @
80L/min
3-Ph / 50%
Duty Cycle:
24.6/21.1/11.4/9.3/7.6
20-60A
87-109 PSI
(6.0-7.5 Bar)
80 psi @
275 SCFH
5.5 Bar @
130L/min.
3-Ph / 100%
Duty Cycle:
17.4/14.9/7.3/6.6/5.4
1-Ph / 50%
Duty Cycle:
26.7/24.3/NA/NA/NA
1-Ph / 100%
Duty Cycle:
37.8/34.3/NA/NA/NA
MODEL
PLASMA
CUTTING
POWER
SOURCE
Motion Control (volts/
amps)
Material Capacity - in
(mm)
Integrated Height
Control
Touch Interface
CAD/CAM Integration
CNC PLASMA CUTTING TABLE SYSTEMS
Torchmate®
4400
FlexCut® 80
1 Ph: 200-208/230
3 Ph: 200208/230/380/460/575
115/15
0.75
(19.5)
0.25 (6.4)@148
0.5 (12.7)@52
0.75 (19.5)@26
74 x 57 x 63
(1880 x 1448 x 1600)
•
•
•
Torchmate®
4800
FlexCut® 80
1 Ph: 200-208/230
3 Ph: 200208/230/380/460/575
115/15
0.75
(19.5)
0.25 (6.4)@148
0.5 (12.7)@52
0.75 (19.5)@26
74 x 114 x 63
(1880 x 2896 x 1600
•
•
•
CUT CAPACITY
FEATURES
Max. Pierce - in.
(mm)@ipm
Table (volts)
INPUT
TABLE
DIMENSIONS
W X L X H IN.
(MM)
Education Packages include unlimited Educational CAD Licenses and access to private Educator online community
KEY:
Excellent
Good
Optional
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STICK WELDERS
CC
225/25/20%
AC
40-225 AC
•
•
AC/DC 225/125™
1
CC
125 DC/25/20%,
225 AC/25/20%
AC/DC
30-125 DC
40-225 AC
•
•
1
CC
250/30/30%
AC/DC
40-250 DC
35-300 AC
Stick
Polarity Switch
Tap Control
1
Continuous
Control
Compact
AC 225™
Arc Gouge
Current Range
(Amps)
FEATURES
Polarity
PROCESS
Rated Output
(amps/volts/duty
cycle)
OUTPUT
Mode
INPUT
Phase
MODEL
COMMERCIAL
•
INDUSTRIAL
Idealarc® 250
•
•
TIG/STICK WELDERS
CC
AC/DC
2-375
Adjustable
AC Balance
•
TIG Pulse
1/3
3 Ph: 330/40%,
300/60%
1 Ph: 240/40%,
225/60%
Adjustable
AC Frequency
10-200
Auto-Balance®
AC/DC
FEATURES
Micro-Start™ ll
CC
TIG High-Freq™
Start
•
Stick
Polarity
TIG Current
Range (Amps)
Mode
1
Touch Start TIG®
PROCESS
Rated Output
(amps/duty cycle)
OUTPUT
Auto Sensing
INPUT
Phase
MODEL
•
•
•
•
•
•
INVERTER TECHNOLOGY
Square Wave TIG 200
®
Aspect 375
®
(1)
TIG: DC 125/25%, AC
110/25%
TIG: 85/60%
Stick: 75/20%
Stick: 65/60%
(2)
•
CONVENTIONAL TECHNOLOGY
Precision TIG® 225
1
CC
AC/DC
5-230
130/40%
110/60%
•
•
•
•
Precision TIG® 275
1
CC
AC/DC
2-340
275/40%
225/60%
•
•
•
•
Precision TIG® 375
1/3
CC
AC/DC
2-420
3 Ph: 330/40%,
300/60%
1 Ph: 240/40%,
225/60%
•
•
•
(1)
KEY:
24
Excellent
Good
Optional
230 Volts
(2)
Three-phase
(3)
(3)
•
Pulse available with Advanced Pulse Control Panel
WIRE FEEDER/WELDERS
Push-Pull Model
•
Spool Gun
Capable
Meters/
Digital Display
•
Synergic Control
Portable
0.030-0.045
(0.8-1.2)
FEATURES
Touch Start TIG®
0.023-0.035
(0.6-0.9)
Stick
50-500
(1.3-12.7)
Flux-Cored
Cored Wire
Size Range
in (mm)
120V:
100/19/40%
230V:
200/24/25%
MIG Pulsed
Solid Wire
Size Range
in (mm)
120V: 20-140
230V: 20-220
MIG
Wire Feed
Speed Range
ipm (m/mm)
PROCESS
Rated Output
(amps/volts/
duty cycle)
OUTPUT
Current Range
(Amps)
INPUT
Phase
MODEL
120/230 VOLT INPUT
POWER MIG®
210 MP®
1
•
208-230 VOLT INPUT
POWER MIG®
216
1
30-250
170/24/60%
216/22/30%
50-700
(1.3-17.7)
0.023-0.045
(0.6-1.2)
0.030-0.045
(0.8-1.2)
POWER MIG®
256
1
30-300
250/26/40%
50-700
(1.3-17.7)
0.023-0.045
(0.6-1.2)
0.030-0.045
(0.8-1.2)
•
POWER MIG®
350 MP®
1
5-350
300/32/60%
50-700
(1.3-17.7)
0.023-0.045
(0.6-1.2)
0.030-0.045
(0.8-1.2)
•
•
•
•
•
•
ROD OVENS
KEY:
Flexible Interior
Configuration
Variable
Moisture Vent
Data Logger
Capable
FEATURES
Flux-Cored
2 Element 1000 Watts
Total
MIG
100-550 deg
F (38-288
deg C)
Stick
PROCESS
Adjustable
Thermostat
115 volt or
240 volt
OUTPUT
Elements
HydroGuard® Welding Rod Oven
INPUT
Temperature
Range
MODEL
•
•
•
•
Excellent
Good
Optional
25
MULTI-PROCESS WELDERS
DC
5-425
350/34/60%
300/32/100%
•
Power Wave® C300
1-3
CC/CV
DC
5-300
300/29/40%
•
•
•
Power Wave® S350
1-3
CC/CV
DC
5-350
350/31.5/40%
•
•
•
Power Wave® S500
3
CC/CV
DC
5-550
550/41.5/40%
•
•
•
Power Wave® S700
3
CC/CV
DC
20-900
900/44/60%
700/44/100%
•
•
•
ArkLink® Digital
Communication
Integrated Wire
Feeder
CC/CV
Pulse Capable
3
CrossLinc®
FLEXTEC® 350X
Standard
Waveform Control
Technology®
Production
Monitoring
•
Arc Gouge
350/34/60%
300/32/100%
Flux-Cored
5-425
Pulsed
DC
Tandem MIG®
CC/CV
MIG
3
TIG
FLEXTEC® 350X
Construction
Stick
Rated Output (amps/
volts/duty cycle)
FEATURES
Current Range
(Amps)
PROCESS
Polarity
OUTPUT
Mode
INPUT
Phase
MODEL
BASIC
•
•
ADVANCED
•
SEMIAUTOMATIC WIRE FEEDERS
Gouging (CCAG)
4-Roll Drive
Digital Display
FEATURES
Submerged Arc
0.025-1/16
(0.6-1.6)
Flux-Cored
50-700 (1.3-17.8)
MIG-STT
0.035-0.120 (0.9-3.0)
®
0.025-3/32
(0.6-2.4)
Pulsed MIG
50-700 ipm
(1.3-19 m/min)
MIG
Cored Wire Size
Range: in (mm)
High Speed
Low Speed
PROCESS
Solid Wire Size
Range: in (mm)
High Speed
Low Speed
OUTPUT
Wire Feed
Speed Range
ipm (m/min)
High Speed
Low Speed
MODEL
•
•
•
•
•
BENCH AND BOOM MODELS
ANALOG
Flex Feed® 84
•
ARCLINK®
Power Feed® 84
Industrial wire feeders selected here are sold in recommended power source/wire feeder packages. See Package configurations and
ordering information on previous pages.
KEY:
26
Excellent
Good
Optional
•
FUME EXTRACTION EQUIPMENT
538 (50)
Statiflex 400-MS
—
735
Self-Cleaning
323 (30)
•
•
•
•
Dual Arm System
Disposable
Single Arm System
735
Filter Indicator
Gauge
—
Start/Stop Sensor
Statiflex® 200-M
Mobile
118 (11)
FEATURES
Flux-Cored
Disposable
MIG
Low: 95
High: 108
TIG
120/1/50/60
230/1/50/60
Stick
Size: ft 2 (m2)
PROCESS
System
FILTER
Airflow (CFM)
INPUT
Volts/Phase/Hertz
MODEL
PORTABLE
Miniflex®
STATIONARY
®
•
•
•
•
•
ROBOTIC SYSTEMS » Formed Extraction Hood
ENGINEERED SYSTEMS » Modular Extraction Hood • Statiflex® Filter Banks • The Circulator® • Push/Pull Systems • High and Low Vacuum Central Systems
FIRE SAFETY » Guardian™ Fire Safety Solutions
WELDING BOOTHS
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Fume Extraction
•
•
•
Locking
Storage Box
•
•
•
Welding Curtain
•
•
•
Worktable
Meets AWS
Guidelines
Custom Sizes
Submerged Arc
7.5
Flux-Cored
6 ft x 6 ft
MIG
7.5
TIG
5 ft x 5 ft.
FEATURES
Stick
PROCESS
Height ft. (m)
MODEL
WELDING GEAR READY-PAK® PACKAGES
Brush
Chipping
Hammer
Welper®
•
Safety Glasses
VIKING® 1840
Black Helmet
•
Stick/MIG Gloves
Standard Welding Gear Ready-Pak®
•
•
Do-Rag
Traditional Welding Gear Ready-Pak®
VIKING®
Industrial
Passive Black
helmet
WHAT’S INCLUDED
FR Cloth Jacket
MODEL
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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U/LINC™ Curriculum
Email: ulinc@lincolnelectric.com
Web: www.ulinceducation.com
VRTEX® and REALWELD® Welding Training Systems
Email: vrtex@lincolnelectric.com
Web: www.vrtex.com
Education Resource and Purchasing Portal
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Web: www.lincolnelectric.com/edportal
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On occasion, purchasers may ask Lincoln Electric for information or advice about their use of our products. Our employees respond to inquiries to the best of their ability based on information provided to them by the customers and the
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