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VRTEX Engage is a cost-effective tool designed to help educators train welders more efficiently and engage students to explore a career in welding. The system addresses introductory welding curriculum, including safety, machine and process selection, welding procedure set up, welding theory and more!
The VRTEX® Mobile is a basic, entry level welding training system. It is designed to provide mobility in an easy to use and engaging welding training tool. The VRTEX Mobile is ideal for initial, basic welding training, as a recruitment and engagement tool for educational and industry and for employment and screening for human resources or as an evaluation tool for instructors and educators to get a baseline on student knowledge.
The Lincoln Electric Robotic Welding Education Cell is ideal for:
- Training and demonstration purposes in a welding lab, classroom or even at a recruitment event
- Technical training at universities
- Trade schools
- Workforce development programs
The cell includes access to the Train-the-Trainer Program, welding education and welding safety materials backed by the Lincoln Electric knowledge and support system. Our goal is to help instructors and students develop the skills necessary to thrive in an advanced manufacturing environment.
The VRTEX 360 is a best-in-class, advanced level welding training system. It is designed to provide a full featured, expandable platform in an easy to use and engaging welding training tool. The VRTEX system is ideal for basic to advanced welding training, as a testing, recruitment and engagement tool for educational and industry and for preparation for advanced level evaluation for instructors.
REALWELD Trainer teaches multiple welding processes in a number of welding positions (1F, 2F, 3F, 4F, 1G, 2G, 3G) and joints (lap, tee, groove, flat plate) and prompts the user with audio coaching in both Arc On and Arc Off modes to help develop proper technique and position.
Welding procedure specifications can be created and modified by the instructors as needed.