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Something new at the SEMA in Las Vegas
In the great and amazing city of Las Vegas, on November 1 through 4, 2016, was held the 50th edition of the SEMA Show, the more long-awaited and attended motor event in the US, full of previews, presentations, in-depth technical analyses and road tests.
The event, a must for those that work in the sector, has seen a large number of visitors, confirming itself as a showcase among the most interesting and researched by the international exhibitors.
In the stand set up by its historical distributor in the US, company Cebotech Inc., Cebora was able to present its full range of power sources for the body repair, consisting of welding and plasma cutting power sources and multifunction spotters, all covered by several approvals from worldwide leading car manufacturers in the world, and in particular two new things:
- the new MIG-MAG welding power source Jaguar E 200 MD, art. 321, a single-phase welding machine equipped with two separate wire feed systems capable of feeding two different torches (one of which also of push-pull type), particularly suitable in the body shops that must more and more often operate also on materials such as aluminium and special steels
- the MIG-MAG power source Sound MIG 2740/T Star Pulse, Art. 307, the first Cebora three-phase welding machine recently approved for the bodywork also by Mercedes-Benz
In this time of recovery of the automotive sector, the SEMA highlighted new trends, proposed innovative solutions, showed glimpses of the future, offering a great meeting opportunity to the keen motor lovers.
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