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Growing interest in the Cebora plasma cutters at the Beijing Essen 2017 fair in Shanghai

The huge Chinese market, which is usually not easy to deal with for European companies, is becoming a major resource for Cebora, which, thanks to the collaboration of its local partner, company Hanindo, has obtained the compulsory homologation (CCC) of its machines for plasma cutting, which are gaining an important position in the automated cutting industry in China.

Beijing Essen 2017, held this year in Shanghai on June 27th through 30th, has been the occasion to test the increasing interest of professional operators in the rich Cebora range of plasma cutting power sources, both standard and high definition.




Leading role for STIGAL and CEBORA at the ITM fairs

ITM, the most important trade fair of this year in Poland, took place early June in Poznań.

Once again the fair confirmed that the demand for STIGAL machines equipped with the Cebora power sources continues to be very high. Dozens of very important business talks brought STIGAL some new contracts for the implementation of VXstandard machines and PRO Master3D, both equipped with Cebora HQC Power Sources: Plasma Prof 166 HQC and Plasma Prof 255 HQC.

The professional visitors of the fair appreciated the high quality of the STIGAL machines powered by CEBORA, and confirmed that their parameters are unmatched for other manufacturers of plasma and gas cutting machines.




The Cebora collision repair line at the Automechanika in Birmingham

The Automechanika fair, started in Germany in 1971, has quickly become the reference event for the automotive sector, with several editions in various countries around the world.

The second edition of Automechanika in Birmingham, UK, held on June 6th through 8th, 2017, has reached the record number of 800 international exhibitors.

Among them, Cebora's English partner, company Weldfast UK, exhibited in its booth a significant selection of models of the Cebora collision repair line




Cebora awarded with the "2016 Top Performance" prize by Q.C.B. Italia

Quality Certification Bureau Italia, more commonly known as QCB Italia, is a certification body with relevant experience and recognition in the international area, in different industry and service sectors. In the year 2011, Q.C.B. Italia has issued to CEBORA S.p.A the ISO 9001 certificate.

Since 2005, Q.C.B. Italia established the prize TOP PERFORMANCE.

This award is given annually to organizations certified by Q.C.B. Italia who have demonstrated their quality performance based on the following objective parameters:




The new 130A inverter plasma cutter

We are pleased to introduce our new Plasma Sound PC 130/T, art. 337, a powerful inverter plasma cutting power source with the strongest duty cycle existing today in the market (130A at 80% and 125A at 100%).

Such power allows to cut on a recommended thickness of 40 mm of mild steel (the maximum cutting thickness is 50 mm and the severance thickness is 60 mm) with outstanting cut quality and speed.

Piercing capacity is 25 mm on mild steel.

This new plasma cutter has several outstanding features that make it really unique:



The Cebora group acquires GEFRA, system integrator

The Cebora group has acquired the company GEFRA AUTOMAZIONE srl, a young and dynamic company, yet already rich of experience in the automation field, in which it offers turn key systems for various requirements.

This important acquisition comes within the frame of the general strategy of Cebora, that for some years has been investing big resources in the sector of automation and robotics and obtained a positive feedback from the markets, as far as both the automated welding and the automated plasma cutting, either on pantograph or on robot.


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Cebora presents the Pocket Pulse black / gold

Thirty years ago, Cebora invented the first portable continuous wire welder in the history. It was called Pocket MIG and in a short time it became a worldwide best seller, sold in millions of units from the Americas to Oceania. For sure one of the products that mainly contributed to make the Cebora brand known in the world.

To celebrate the anniversary, Cebora is pleased to present to its sales network a new achievement of its technology: the Pocket Pulse, art. 305.

For the occasion, we decided to dress the product in a special way, to strongly characterize it also from the image point of view. So, instead of being of our historical red colour, the Pocket Pulse is black with gold writing. A visual impact that will surely catch the eyes.



Tesla approves three Cebora MIG welders

Tesla Motors of San Carlos, California (USA), is a car company founded in 2003 (the name is a tribute to the inventor Nikola Tesla) which has as its goal the creation of high-performance electric vehicles. A Forbes ranking chart of 2015 qualified Tesla as "the most innovative company in the world."
In this context, it is a source of particular satisfaction to announce that Tesla has recently approved for bodywork repair of their vehicles at authorized workshops, three Cebora MIG welders



The Cebora Automation line at the Fabtech in Monterrey, Mexico

The 2017 edition of the FABTECH fair has taken place in Monterrey, Mexico, on May 2nd through 4th.

The event continues to be the primary gathering for leading metal manufacturers in Mexico and brings together almost 600 exhibitors and covers more than 140,000 net square feet of show floor. Over 13,000 attendees from Mexico and South America came to the Centro Citibanamex to find solutions, latest innovations in the metal forming, fabricating, welding and finishing industries.




Introducing the new Jaguar E 200 MD

The need to have two different filler wires ready in one welding machine was felt in the body shop already years ago. This is why Cebora created in 1993 its first double torch power source, the Jaguar art. 582. It was a transformer based, switch controlled machine, in line with the welding technology of that time.

Then, in 2008, Cebora presented the new version: the Jaguar Double Pulse 2035/MD, art. 282, an inverter synergic power source with pulsed and double pulsed arc functions. A big step ahead, followed in 2011 by the PFC version Jaguar Sound MIG 2060/MD Star Double Pulse, art. 302, currently in production and still having a great success worldwide, also thanks to the many approvals released by leading car manufacturers.

With a view of reaching the growing number of body shops that more and more feel the need to provide themselves with adequate equipment for the repair of the new materials used in the vehicle body (high strength steels, aluminium alloys etc.), Cebora is now pleased to introduce its new Jaguar E 200 MD, art. 321, that offers the same Cebora technology and quality but with a more attractive price.




General Motors approves four Cebora power sources

General Motors, great and prestigious brand in the automotive sector, has recently approved four Cebora power sources for the body repair of its vehicles in its authorized workshops. The approved models are two plasma cutters and two MIG-MAG welders:

  • Power Plasma 2025/M, art. 270
  • Power Plasma 3035/M, art. 279
  • Sound MIG 2060/MD Star Double Pulse, art. 301
  • Jaguar Sound MIG 2060/MD Star Double Pulse, art. 302



Cebora offers the WPS package (EN 1090)

We are pleased to announce the availability of the new article 808, "WPS Package for EVO Speed Star".

The EC Regulation 305/2001 on construction products imposes the application of EN 1090 for steelwork for structural use.

The application of this regulation requires the companies to develop an adequate system of manufacturing process control that will allow them to affix the CE marking on the products.

This regulation involves many different manufactures, such as agricultural, residential and industrial buildings, bridges, roofings, viaducts etc., and the welding procedures are qualified by competent bodies on the basis of defined and certified testing procedures.




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