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[IMTS Preview] Lincoln Electric for Welding Simulator, Environmental Push Pull System, Robotic Technology

AM Staff | Aug 08, 2010 Lincoln Electric has developed a new way to teach welding techniques through a virtual welding system called VRTEX 360. The system incorporates technology Lincoln recently acquired from VRSim Inc., an East Hartford, Conn.-based leader in the development of training software and graphic simulation for industry and academia….

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Deanna Postlethwaite, marketing manager of the automation division at The Lincoln Electric Co., Cleveland, explains how virtual-reality technology can help train welders By Gretchen Salois April 2011 – FFJournal: How and why was virtual welding technology developed? Postlethwaite: The original product was developed in coordination with the Navy Joining Center, Edison Welding Institute…

VRSim Donation Helps Strengthen High School Welding Training

EAST HARTFORD, CT (January, 2010) – VRSim, a leader in virtual and augmented reality training simulations, today announced its donation of a portable SimWelderTM (virtual reality welding training system) to Whittier Regional Vocational Technical High School. Located in Haverhill, Massachusetts, Whittier offers 20 Vocational Technical Programs designed to provide the…

Lincoln teaches welding via virtual reality

12.1.09 To help improve training of the nation’s future welders, Lincoln Electric has developed a new way to teach welding techniques through a new virtual welding system called VRTEX 360. The system incorporates technology Lincoln recently acquired from VRSim Inc, an East Hartford CT-based developer of training software and graphic…

California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Uses SimWelder From SGI and VRSim for Vocational Training

SGI Professional Services Delivers 20 Energy-Saving Virtual-Reality Welding Training Systems to 20 California Prisons SUNNYVALE, Calif., June 18, 2008 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ — Seeking a more cost-effective, energy-conscious and safer way to train inmates in industrial skills, the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) purchased 20 SimWelder(TM) units from SGI and…