Japanese digital edition of US magazine Electronic Engineering times (EEtimes)  has echoed the advantages of Soldamatic Augmented Training after the Augmented Reality welding simulator showed up in IVR 2016 on the 22-24 June.

EEtimes highlights that this welding training system developed by Seabery is “much safer than traditional welding training” and “very realistic” and includes in the news, this video of Soldamatic welding perfermance to show it.


It was the first time that Soldamatic AT, which have presence in 45 countriess, was shown in Japan thanks to new partner Asahi Electronics.

Industrial giants such as Volkswagen and Mercedes already trust in Soldamatic AT in order to have highly-trained staff in their factories.


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