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10/4/2016

Reamer Incorporates Ethernet Connectivity

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Bernard and Tregaskiss will exhibit together, offering their MIG welding guns, consumables and peripherals, including the Tough Gun TT3E reamer and stand.

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Bernard and Tregaskiss will exhibit together, offering their MIG welding guns, consumables and peripherals, including the Tough Gun TT3E reamer and stand. The reamer has been enhanced with digital Ethernet communications to simplify and lower the cost of integration into digital control infrastructures. Remote monitoring capabilities enable companies to oversee and troubleshoot the I/O of reamer functioning in real time without removing the reamer from the weld cell.

The Tough Gun reamer stand is designed specifically for the Tregaskiss Tough Gun TT3 and TT3E reamer robotic nozzle cleaning stations. This durable stand is customizable in heights ranging from 18" to 45". A simplified design reduces its price, while features such as the mounting hole pattern avoid potential issues associated with third-party stands products. Compatibility with the reamers’ quick-change base plates makes accurate installation quick and easy, the company says. 

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