Tregaskiss to Display Robotic MIG Guns, Peripherals and Consumables at FABTECH 2013

November 18 to 21 at the McCormick Place in Chicago

WINDSOR, Ontario. July 10, 2013 - Tregaskiss will attend FABTECH 2013, November 18 to 21 at the McCormick Place in Chicago, sharing booth N836 with Bernard and TOUGH GUN TT3 Reamer from TregaskissMiller Electric Mfg. Co. There, it will display its latest robotic MIG guns, consumables and peripherals designed to maximize productivity and quality in the automotive, heavy equipment, fabrication and manufacturing industries.


Included in the new products on display will be the TOUGH GUN™ TT3 Reamer. This new reamer offers features that simplify maintenance and increase the product's reliability in even the harshest welding environments. The TOUGH GUN TT3 Reamer also helps extend the life of robotic MIG guns and consumables to increase productivity and profitability.

Also of interest at the booth will be an interactive display of the Tregaskiss online robotic MIG gun configurators. These configurators allow users to customize a TOUGH GUN™ G1 Series MIG Gun, a TOUGH GUN ThruArm™ G1 Series Robotic MIG Gun, or a TOUGH GUN Robotic Water-Cooled MIG Gun according to robot model, gun mount, consumable type and more. Visitors to the booth can try the configurators first hand, and consult with Tregaskiss experts regarding questions about the configurators or about products.

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