Dengensha America Corp  

7647 First Pl
Bedford,  OH  44146-6701

United States
440-439-8081
http://www.dengensha.com
  • Booth: B27049

Dengensha America has the world’s most complete line of high quality resistance welding equipment – our full product line includes AC, MFDC, and Capacitor Discharge pedestal welders, capacitor discharge welders, lightweight and servo weld guns, portable guns, automatic nut and bolt feeders, AC and MFDC weld controls, consumables, spare parts, and monitoring equipment. We also offer guaranteed high quality customer service and support along with every purchase. With over 30 years of experience in the North America backed by 80 years of resistance welding manufacutuing experience by our parent company in Japan, you can count on Dengensha to be the total solution to all your resistance welding needs.


 Press Releases

  • Dengensha America’s new Capacitor Discharge Welder (CDW) minimizes heat transfer and distortion problems in a compact and cost-efficient resistance welding control design having a small footprint. The CDW spot welder is easy and intuitive to set-up, readily available off-the-shelf, and offers manufacturers numerous features and benefits to help maximize part quality.

    The Capacitor Discharge Welder easily handles weld current as high as 50kA, yet requires only a small 6kVA power supply. High current in short bursts minimizes heat transfer and work-piece distortion, even when the power supply is unstable. Along with offering manufacturers a broad range of part production opportunity and potential, the CDW is ideal for welding small projection parts on high-strength steel as well as aluminum.

    The NDZ Series CDW is designed with unique selectable current control modes that enable users to fine-tune weld quality. Selectable modes include “Energy,” “Peak Current,” and “Constant Current/Time.” (For example, users might improve weld quality by setting the first weld to the “Energy” mode for weld strength and then the second weld to “Constant Current” for post-weld heat treatment.)

    For more information about the Capacitor Discharge Welder (CDW), contact Steve Andrassy at Dengensha America Corp/ 7647 First Place Drive, Bedford, Ohio 44146/ Phone: 1-440-439-8081/ Fax: 1-440-439-8217/

    Email: sandrassy@dengensha.com/ Visit us: www.dengensha.com

  •  Dengensha America’s new High Force Lightweight Reduction Gear X-Gun is extremely effective for high-strength steel applications. Lighter in weight and with a smaller frame, users can count on production efficiency. With its new high torque reduction gear, it is capable of an electrode force ranging from 4.8 to 7kN.

    The High Force Lightweight Reduction Gear X-Gun has a proprietary new lightweight design. The new design integrates a new structure, an optimal layout of primary parts, and a gun arm made from aluminum, combining to achieve a total weight that is much lighter, ranging from 90 to 97kg. This same proprietary design enables the new Reduction Gear X-Gun to operate seamlessly with Dengensha’s newly developed heavy-duty lightweight MFDC transformer. Users can count on a maintenance-free reduction gear drive unit that is adaptable with a high-speed servomotor.

    The Lightweight High Force Reduction Gear X-Gun is compatible with Fanuc, Nachi, Yaskawa, Kawasaki, Kuka, and ABB robots with a small footprint.

    For more information about the new High Force Lightweight Reduction Gear X-Gun, contact Steve Andrassy at Dengensha America Corp/ 7647 First Place Drive, Bedford, Ohio 44146/ Phone: 1-440-439-8081/ Fax: 1-440-439-8217/

    Email: sandrassy@dengensha.com/ Visit us: www.dengensha.com

  • At Fabtech Booth #B27049, Dengensha America will be featuring resistance-welding solutions specially created for high-strength steel and aluminum. That includes two resistance welder solutions to maximize quality, minimize heat transfer and eliminate heat distortion on high-strength steel and aluminum. It also includes a new lightweight high-force reduction gear X-gun that is extremely effective on high-strength steel as well.

    Dengensha’s Flexwave Capacitor Discharge Welder combines the benefits of a CDW with an MFDC Welder, providing unique and enhanced capabilities for making larger or special welds. Its NDZ series variable-output Capacitor Discharge Welder is ideal for smaller projection welds. At Fabtech, Dengensha will introduce its newly redesigned Flexwave Welder. This design change creates a shorter and more compact Flexwave Welder with a smaller footprint, using much less floor space.

    Specifically, the Flexwave Welder combines the capabilities of a Capacitor Discharge Welder (CDW) with a 15,000 Hz Bipolar Medium Frequency Converter (MFC). Benefits include better quality parts, optimum weld nugget quality, weld parameters that are easier to set, and energy savings. Flexwave technology provides direct current configuration of weld current values, making it easier to set parameters. New Flexwave technology also maximizes waveform flexibility, which allows necessary parameter settings such as tempering, demagnetization, upslope, etc. The Flexwave Welder series includes NICP-050, NICP-100, and NICP-150 with the maximum weld current of 50,000, 100,000, and 150,000 amps respectively.

    Dengensha’s NDZ series variable-output Capacitor Discharge Welder is compact and cost-efficient, easy and intuitive to set-up, readily available off-the-shelf, and offers manufacturers numerous features to help maximize part quality. It easily handles weld current as high as 50kA, yet requires only a small 6kVA power supply. High current in short bursts minimizes heat transfer and work-piece distortion, even when the power supply is unstable. Along with offering manufacturers a broad range of part production opportunity and potential, the NDZ-CDW is ideal for welding small projection parts on high-strength steel.

    Dengensha’s new High Force Lightweight Reduction Gear X-Gun is also extremely effective for high-strength steel applications. Lighter in weight and having a smaller frame, users can count on production efficiency. With its new high torque reduction gear, it is capable of an electrode force ranging from 4.8 to 7kN. The new lightweight design integrates a new structure, an optimal layout of primary parts, and a gun arm made from aluminum, all combining to achieve a total weight that is much lighter, ranging from 90 to 97kg. This same proprietary design enables the new Reduction Gear X-Gun to operate seamlessly with Dengensha’s newly developed heavy-duty lightweight MFDC transformer. Users can count on a maintenance-free reduction gear drive unit that is adaptable with a high-speed servomotor. The Lightweight High Force Reduction Gear X-Gun is compatible with Fanuc, Nachi, Yaskawa, Kawasaki, Kuka, and ABB robots with a small footprint.

    For more information about Dengensha’s new high strength steel resistance welding solutions, contact Steve Andrassy at Dengensha America Corp/ 7647 First Place Drive, Bedford, Ohio 44146/ Phone: 1-440-439-8081/ Fax: 1-440-439-8217/ Email: sandrassy@dengensha.com/ Visit us: www.dengensha.com

  • Dengensha America recently introduced a newly redesigned Flexwave Capacitor Discharge Welder, integrating the capacitor bank into the main unit. This design change creates a much shorter and more compact capacitor discharge welder that has a smaller footprint. Manufacturers can now benefit from breakthrough resistance welding technology, while using less floor space.

    New Flexwave technology combines the capabilities of a Capacitor Discharge Welder (CDW) with a 15,000 Hz Bipolar Medium Frequency Converter (MFC). Better quality parts, optimum weld nugget quality, weld parameters that are easier to set, and energy savings are just a few of the many benefits. Dengensha will be showcasing live demonstrations in Fabtech Booth #B27049.

    Better quality parts are provided because less thermal distortion and larger currents in shorter weld times are combined with the stability of a medium frequency converter. Better management of current flow provide optimum weld quality and weld nugget quality, while also generating energy savings as a welcome by-product.

    Flexwave technology provides direct current configuration of weld current values which makes it easier to set parameters. Flexwave technology also maximizes waveform flexibility, which allows necessary parameter settings such as tempering, demagnetization, upslope, etc. Flexwave series includes NICP-050, NICP-100, and NICP-150 with the maximum weld current of 50,000, 100,000, and 150,000 amps respectively.

    For more information about the new Flexwave Capacitor Discharge Welder design and new Flexwave Waveform Technology at Dengensha America, contact Bob Donovan at Dengensha America/ 7647 First Place Drive, Bedford, Ohio 44146/ Phone: 1-440-439-8081/ Fax: 1-440-439-8217/ Email: mrobison@dengensha.com/ Or visit us: www.dengensha.com

    YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-A0MaVknjiw


 Products

  • New Flexwave Capacitor Discharge Welder
    Dengensha America’s new design integrates the capacitor bank onto the same base as the main unit, creating a shorter and more compact capacitor discharge welder with a smaller footprint....

  • Dengensha Introduces New Flexwave Capacitor Discharge Welder Design

    Bedford, OH… Dengensha America recently introduced a newly redesigned Flexwave Capacitor Discharge Welder, integrating the capacitor bank onto the same base as the main unit. This design change creates a much shorter and more compact capacitor discharge welder that has a smaller footprint. Manufacturers can now benefit from breakthrough resistance welding technology, while using less floor space.

    New Flexwave technology combines the capabilities of a Capacitor Discharge Welder (CDW) with a 15,000 Hz Bipolar Medium Frequency Converter (MFC). Better quality parts, optimum weld nugget quality, weld parameters that are easier to set, and energy savings are just a few of the many benefits. Dengensha will be showcasing live demonstrations in Fabtech Booth #B27049.

    Better quality parts are provided because less thermal distortion and larger currents in shorter weld times are combined with the stability of a medium frequency converter. Better management of current flow provide optimum weld quality and weld nugget quality, while also generating energy savings as a welcome by-product.

    Flexwave technology provides direct current configuration of weld current values which makes it easier to set parameters. Flexwave technology also maximizes waveform flexibility, which allows necessary parameter settings such as tempering, demagnetization, upslope, etc. Flexwave series includes NICP-050, NICP-100, and NICP-150 with the maximum weld current of 50,000, 100,000, and 150,000 amps respectively.

    For more information about the new Flexwave Capacitor Discharge Welder design and new Flexwave Waveform Technology at Dengensha America, contact Bob Donovan at Dengensha America/ 7647 First Place Drive, Bedford, Ohio 44146/ Phone: 1-440-439-8081/ Fax: 1-440-439-8217/ Email: bdonovan@dengensha.com/ Or visit us: www.dengensha.comYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-A0MaVknjiw

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