The VIKING 3350 Born To Weld welding helmet features 4C Lens Technology, which eliminates blur, distortion and eye strain by reducing color saturation in the liquid crystal display, while also providing a consistent shade at any angle, said the company.
The event highlights Lincoln’s expanded educational offering and commemorates the centennial anniversary of its welding school, one of the longest-running welding schools in the world.
The helmet’s 4C technology reduces eye strain by minimizing the traditional green coloring in the helmet view screen in both active and inactive states.
Master builder and television personality Bryan Fuller and longtime educator and author Mark Prosser will team up to teach several seminars on welding and fabricating during SEMA 2016.
In addition, ARC was selected as a finalist for Project of the Year. The winner will be announced at an awards ceremony on Sept. 8.
Through its Welding School and Technical Training department, Lincoln Electric will offer a diverse selection of educational programming at its Cleveland, OH, headquarters throughout 2016. Welders and welding educators can take advantage of multi-day seminars to learn everything from welding basics or specific alloy considerations to advanced technologies and new teaching tools for welding educators.
Safety is a critical component of welding, and thanks to The Lincoln Electric Company, now welders of all skill levels can access the safety information they need anywhere, anytime. The company’s new Welding Safety Interactive Guide converts Lincoln Electric’s award-winning Welding Safety Interactive DVD into an online format that is easily accessible and viewable on computers, tablets and mobile phones.