The CTR9 fully automatic welder comes with a new, revolutionized light-weight transformer gun. With its 355 degree swivel handle and ergo-grip, it enables perfect working positions for anyone, for any job. The gun is supported by a telescopic arm in a durable and lightweight extruded aluminum that can be easily adjusted both vertically and horizontally. A compact power unit with a low center of gravity gives mobility and stability. A 16,000-amp transformer and CANBUS communication ensure a perfect weld every time.


The CTR7 resistance spot welder, the new generation welding machine for vehicle collision repair, provides quality spot welds with all the new high-strength steels using cutting edge inverter technology. A wide range of accessories and sophisticated software with semi-automatic control features guarantee perfect welding results. CTR7 also contains the latest technological platform.

CMI300 Pulse

The CMI300 Pulse is available in three versions: Single, Duo, and Trio. The Duo version has room for two 11&8221; spools and the Trio version for three 8” spools of wires, providing easy switch-over between operations without change of torch, wire, wire drive rolls and gas. The machine automatically detects which torch/wire feed unit is active. In addition to sheet metal welding, the CMI 300 Pulse features MIG brazing with and without pulse of galvanized steel plates. MIG brazing requires less heat, reducing distortion of thin plates, protecting heat sensitive advanced high strength steels, and maintaining the corrosion resistance. The result is a time saving, cost-effective joining process required by multiple manufacturers.


This totally automatic resistance spot welder is designed to simplify vehicle collision repair. The high power, medium frequency inverter operation of the CTR12000 is ideal for today’s newer materials, including high, ultra-high, and laminated steels. The process-regulated system provides true quality assurance. The integrated quality assurance management system monitors the joining process from start to finish, starting with defining the initial weld situation, monitoring and adjusting through the weld to the completion of the weld.