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The MIG flagships: the new EVO Speed Star line
The MIG welding power sources you were waiting for. The new EVO Speed Star line consists of three inverter three-phase multi-function power sources marked out by:
- HIGH DUTY CYCLE AT 40°C (IEC 60974-1)
- OVER 100 STORED SYNERGIC PROGRAMS INCLUDED
The 380A power source, with optional water cooling unit, is available either in compact version or with separate wire feeder.
The 500A power source has built-in water cooling unit and separate wire feeder.
2014: Cebora's 60th anniversary
60 years have already passed since 1954, when Emiliano Generali, whose memory remains indelible in all those who knew him, founded Cebora.
Sixty years of research, of innovation, of growth, of commitment, of professionalism and of 100% Italian quality.
And today the satisfaction of celebrating this important anniversary together with our sales network and our customers, hoping to continue our cooperation for many, many years to come.
The Equip'Auto in Paris and the Cebora range for car body repair
The Equip'Auto fair, that took place in Paris on October 16th through 20th, 2013, is for sure one of the most important events in Europe for the Automotive sector.
The 2013 edition has seen the participation of about 100,000 visitors - a 25% of which coming from abroad - with over 1,300 exhibitors.
Success of the new MULTI 3D head on TOOLEX and EUROTOOL fairs in Poland
Autumn was a very busy time for the metal cutting industry in Poland. Two big, international trade fairs took place in period of only two weeks in Sosnowiec and Kraków. Traditionally, both TOOLEX and EUROTOOL attracted over 1000 exhibitors, as they were great opportunity for the leading manufacturers to showcase their products to wide audiences and compare their solutions with the competition.
The stand presented by STIGAL was among the biggest, most visited and highest rated by the jury due to the exhibited innovative technologies.
The Cebora HQC plasma cutting power sources get the CCC approval
As a result of a careful and severe study of the Cebora products and company organization structure, the Chinese board CQC has released the CCC approval certificate for the automated high definition plasma cutting power sources Plasma Prof 165 HQC, art. 958, and Plasma Prof 254 HQC, art. 955.
Consequently, from now on our HQC plasma cutting line can be marketed in China by our local partner in full compliance with the Chinese national standards.
Ford approves 5 new Cebora power sources
Ford, the renowned car manufacturer, who already approved in the past other Cebora power sources of the Automotive line, has now released the official approval for 5 models of the new range complying with the EN61000-3-12 standards (the models bearing the PFC mark = Power Factor Correction).
A medal for the Stigal / Cebora plasma cutting system
Over 400 companies from 25 countries participated in this year edition of the STOM Fair in Kielce, Poland, which took place on March 19th through 21st March, 2013. The fair attracted thousands of visitors and was a wide showcase of the newest technologies in metalworking, metal machining and welding industries.
The Jaguar approved also by Volvo USA
Volvo USA has approved the Cebora power source Jaguar Sound MIG 2060/MD Star Double Pulse, art. 302, a single-phase inverter synergic MIG welding power source , pulsed and double pulsed, characterized by two separate wire feed motors that allow to keep mounted on the machine two different wire spools (for instance, steel and aluminium) as well as two different torches (for instance, a standard MIG torch and a push-pull, even water cooled). So, a strategic machine for the collision repair market.
All the novelties of the Cebora range at the Essen fair
The Schweissen & Schneiden fair, which takes place every four years in the German town of Essen, is for sure the most important event worldwide in the field of metal welding and cutting.
The 18th edition of the fair has been held on September 16th through 21st, 2013, featuring 1000 exhibitors from 40 countries and almost 60,000 visitors from all over the world.
Many novelties were exhibited in the Cebora stand, both for manual welding and cutting and in the automated / robotic welding and cutting.
Cebora automation and robotics at the Istanbul fair
The WIN Metalworking exhibition, held in Istanbul, Turkey, on June 6th through 9th, 2013,
gathered in one event three different exhibitions of important industrial sectors: “Metalworking”, “Welding” and “Surface Treatment”. 963 exhibitors from 37 countries presented The latest trends and a wide range of products were presented during
963 exhibitors from 37 countries presented latest products and technologies in this fair that is a reference event not only for Turkey but also for many European and Asian countries.
Stigal presents the Cebora bevel torch at the ITM fair in Poznan
This year Poznań ITM fair, taking place on June 3rd through 6th, 2013, showcased nearly 1000 exhibitors from 29 countries presented their offer in 8 exhibition halls, presenting the newest technologies in metalworking, metal machining and welding industries. Stigal, the manufacturer of the fastest in Europe, widely acclaimed plasma cutting machines, presented three machines powered by Cebora HQC power sources, which were extremely popular and caught the attention of many of over 16 000 visitors from all over the world, mostly due to their speed and recently implemented Cebora "bevel" torch with its 3D cutting capabilities.
Volkswagen approves the Cebora spotter
Volkswagen, Germany, has approved the Cebora Spot 2500 (art. 2148) devoted to the car body repair.
Volkswagen has assigned to our power source the code VAS 6771.
For more technical details about this power source, please visit the introductory pages of our standard model.
BMW USA approves the new Cebora power sources
BMW USA, company of the BMW group, the renowned German car manufacturer, who had already approved years ago the Cebora power sources of the Automotive line, has now released the official approval for the models of the new range complying with the EN61000-3-12 standards (the models bearing the PFC mark = Power Factor Correction).
The EN 61000-3-12 standard comes into force
As from December 2010 is in force a new European standard, named (IEC/EN) 61000-3-12, which regulates the maximum levels of harmonic distortion produced by electrical equipment directly connected to the public low voltage electric distribution network.