33000

㎡ Factary

5000

Capacity of production

76

Inventions & Patents

16

Years Focus on welding

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The best quality & The best price

Established in 2006, Pudian technology is a professional welding automation solution supplier. The company has passed the ISO9001 international quality management system certification, with more than 70 officially authorized and applied national patents. A number of core technologies in the welding field have filled the technical gap at home and abroad, and it is a national high-tech enterprise. In the past 16 years, Pudian technology has provided products and services to nearly 9000 users in the field of welding automation. Pudian brand spot welding machines and laser welding machines sell well in more than 30 countries and regions around the world. In the future, we will, as always, create life-long value for global users in the field of welding automation

Why PDKJ

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Welding machine manufacturer with the most inventions and technology patents in the world

Easy to use

No technical training, simple operation, novice can easily grasp the job. Turn technical jobs into assembly line jobs

Super long service life

Under normal use, the machine has been used for more than 10 years Most of the old customers' machines are still in use. 15 years since our company was founded, we are still creating value for our customers

Far superior welding quality

Ultra low surface oxidation and deformation, splash reduced by more than 95%. The welding speed is increased by 30%, and the welding strength is far higher than that of the same industry

quality assurance

  • China CCC certification
  • CE export certification
  • The main frame is guaranteed for three years
  • Control software copyright
  • 100% qualified
  • ISO9001 international quality system certification

Company overview

  • China High Tech Enterprise
  • 3300+㎡ technology & equipment research and production base.
  • 77 patented inventions
  • 15 years of focus on welding field
  • Accumulated services for 5000 + enterprises
  • 65000 + welding workpiece cases

Service system

  • 7*24 online service
  • 15 minutes quick response
  • Perfect pre-sale, in sale and after-sale service
  • welding sample for free
  • detailed operation instruction and video
  • Update and refit available
PDKJ Business License(Pudian China)

PDKJ Business License(Pudian China)

PDKJ ISO 9001 certificate(Pudian China)

PDKJ ISO 9001 certificate(Pudian China)

PDKJ Trademark Registration Certificate

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China Compulsory Product Certification 3C

China Compulsory Product Certification 3C

PDKJ Foreign trade certificate (Pudian China)

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PDKJ DTB-80 DTB-160 DTB-240 EBO Certificate Of Conformity

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PDKJ DTNB-150 EBO Certificate Of Conformity

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Powerful customized strength, hand-held laser welding machine technology is far ahead of its peers for more than 5 years, most of the welding machines are still working normally since the establishment of the company

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Guangdong Normal University of technology and Guangdong Pudian Automation Techno

Normal University of technology, which aims to improve the innovation of colleges and universities and bring different development directions to Pudian technology. Innovation is the lifeline of enterprise development, and the mode of industry university research application cooperation is the main way to obtain the power of innovation. Guangdong Pudian automation and Guangdong Normal University of technology signed a strategic cooperation agreement on "production, study, research and application". According to the strategic cooperation agreement, the two sides will give full play to their respective advantages. Pudian technology will join hands with Guangdong University of technology in welding R & D, laser application, machinery and digital automation to promote industrial ecological upgrading, carry out multi-level cooperation and promote the combination of "production, study, research and application", In terms of industrial application, promote the application and implementation of scientific and technological research achievements of Guangdong Normal University in the welding industry, assist the company in technological development and technological innovation, and provide scientific and technological support and talent foundation for the industrialized application of welding and laser applications. In terms of implementation and application, Pudian Technology further tests the research achievements of Guangdong Normal University to realize application, improvement Innovative mode to effectively maximize research results. Established in 2006, Pudian technology is a professional supplier of welding automation solutions. The company has passed ISO9001 international quality management system certification and has more than 70 officially authorized and applied national patents. A number of core technologies in the welding field have filled the technical gap at home and abroad. It is a national high-tech enterprise. Over the past 16 years, Pudian technology has provided products and services to nearly 9000 users around the world in the field of welding automation. Pudian spot welder and laser welding machine sell well in more than 30 countries and regions around the world. In the future, we will, as always, create lifelong value for global users in the field of welding automation! In the "production, study, research and application" with Guangdong Normal University of technology, Pudian technology expressed the hope that the two sides would strengthen technical exchanges and carry out substantive cooperation in technical research, talent training and R & D of scientific research achievements. Secondly, it also promised to recruit graduates of Guangdong Normal University of technology to work and study in the company on a fixed annual basis, Provide a solid guarantee for the employment of excellent students. The person in charge of production, study, research and application of Guangdong Normal University of technology also said: "make full use of various teaching environments and teaching resources such as schools, enterprises and scientific research institutions, as well as their respective advantages in talent training, organically combine school education focusing on classroom knowledge teaching with direct acquisition of practical experience and scientific research practice, so as to fundamentally solve the disconnection from school to social needs, It effectively enhances students' social competitiveness ". [align=left][color=rgb(51, 51, 51)] [/color][/align][align=center][color=rgb(51, 51, 51)] [/color][/align]

ESAB 500i plasma cutter
Hi,Am considering buying a lightly used ESAB 500i plasma cutter and would like to know whether it is MOSFET or IGBT technology.  Hopefully someone here can help and/or advise.Jerry30+ yrs Army Infantry & Field Artillery, 25 yrs agoMiller 350LX Tig Runner TA 210, spool gunLincoln 250/250 IdealArcESAB PCM 500i PlasmaKazoo 30"  vert BSKazoo 9x16 horiz BSClausing 12x24 lathe20T Air Press
Reply:IGBT technology.Older machine, but I was always was impressed with how this 35 amp machine cuts aluminum.. No matter what anybody says, the very small PT-31 torch very handy with it's small size. I would like a Powercut 650 over most new machines out now, because of the size of the torch. All the new tech torches are great but size is not their strong point at all..Esab/Lorch ET-220iEsab 160i caddyThermal LM-200/ Lincoln feedersThermal 95sThermal 60i- 3phase /RPC powered Thermal Drag-gun 35CThermal 15cINE 1500 Klutch 140i
Reply:Thanks Brand X.  I was hoping it was not a Mosfet.  No indication of technology in the owner's manual I downloaded.  I'm focused on aluminum because I have a lot of it.  Good info.Jerry30+ yrs Army Infantry & Field Artillery, 25 yrs agoMiller 350LX Tig Runner TA 210, spool gunLincoln 250/250 IdealArcESAB PCM 500i PlasmaKazoo 30"  vert BSKazoo 9x16 horiz BSClausing 12x24 lathe20T Air Press
Reply:

Originally Posted by storeman

Thanks Brand X.  I was hoping it was not a Mosfet.  No indication of technology in the owner's manual I downloaded.  I'm focused on aluminum because I have a lot of it.  Good info.Jerry
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Originally Posted by Brand X

To me it does not matter. The Caddie mig 200i is Mos-fet and it's a awesome late model unit.. Guess it's mostly who, and how they made it.
Reply:

Originally Posted by storeman

That makes sense.  I'd just read so many posts everywhere about mosfet problems, but I guess they were all likely Chinese-made.Jerry
Reply:

Originally Posted by cope

Back in the day, MOSFET was state of the art.  I think the problem with the Chi-Com machines may be on the engineering side.
Reply:I am sure most of the best plasma's use IGBT designs. I know the USA 500i was a good machine, and I would not worry about the guts too much. It's getting long in the tooth, so you never know on something like that.. When my friend at Airgas sold those machine,the only real problem  was the on-off switch on the back would break now and again. From being rough with the machine mostly. Kind of a heavy machine by today's standards, but was a quality USA built unit.. They hold their value on Ebay..etc...Esab/Lorch ET-220iEsab 160i caddyThermal LM-200/ Lincoln feedersThermal 95sThermal 60i- 3phase /RPC powered Thermal Drag-gun 35CThermal 15cINE 1500 Klutch 140i
Reply:@ storeman - aloha.  Post a few images of your existing (installed) torch consumables and overall "issues" you are experiencing with your PCM 500i  cutter.  The ESAB users here should be able to lend you a hand.  That's a nice strong machine from the looks of it and after reading the O&M Manual."Discovery is to see what everybody else has seen, and to think what nobody else has thought" - Albert Szent-Gyorgyi
Reply:I purchased mine new in July, 1996 and it's never needed repairs of any kind. I can't count the dozens of quarter panels and roofs on automobiles it's cut out and off, or how many aluminum sides of delivery vans it's sliced out.  It cut every single sheet of steel siding on my 7000 sq. ft. shop that needed trimmed in both painted and galvanized. It still has the original torch also and the only things not original are the consumables.Good machine no doubt.SlobPurveyor of intimate unparalleled knowledge of nothing about everything.Oh yeah, also an unabashed internet "Troll" too.....
Reply:There is nothing wrong with MosFets (metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor) as long as the design team uses good quality components and designs them into the circuit to be reliable. The Chinese plasma cutters and welders design them into the circuit to work, but with the most important factor being low cost. Unfortunately when you are designing for reliability cost cannot be the major design factor.IGBT's (insulated gate bipolar transistor) do the same function as MosFets (control output power) , but are newer technogy that can handle higher input voltages....so they can be designed to better absorb input line spikes and droops with less probability of failure. Still, IGBT's can fail before their time if they are marginally designed into the circuit, and they do.Jim Colt  Hypertherm
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Originally Posted by ManoKai

@ storeman - aloha.  Post a few images of your existing (installed) torch consumables and overall "issues" you are experiencing with your PCM 500i  cutter.  The ESAB users here should be able to lend you a hand.  That's a nice strong machine from the looks of it and after reading the O&M Manual.
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Originally Posted by jimcolt

There is nothing wrong with MosFets (metal oxide semiconductor field effect transistor) as long as the design team uses good quality components and designs them into the circuit to be reliable. The Chinese plasma cutters and welders design them into the circuit to work, but with the most important factor being low cost. Unfortunately when you are designing for reliability cost cannot be the major design factor.IGBT's (insulated gate bipolar transistor) do the same function as MosFets (control output power) , but are newer technogy that can handle higher input voltages....so they can be designed to better absorb input line spikes and droops with less probability of failure. Still, IGBT's can fail before their time if they are marginally designed into the circuit, and they do.Jim Colt  Hypertherm
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Originally Posted by storeman

Thanks Jim.  Thanks Slob,I bought the machine and have had trouble with consumables burning up in no time at all (minutes/seconds).  I bought Chinese consumables and likely have no one to blame but myself.  What consumables do you buy and where do you source them?Jerry
Reply:The trick is to use the right China made consumables. Jim uses those in his Powercut 650, and has great success.( I sold him that machine) Electrodes you do not notice one bit of difference. I had a hard time noticing any difference with the tip life either. I had tons of factory Esab, and L-tec consumables to compare too.. You have to use the factory six hole swirl ring, and cup, but the other stuff is fine.. tried it in my 380 also.. I thing about the PT-31 XT it is the about only torch that the china consumables can do a good job in. (Well electrodes do just fine in the Thermal PCH-10 series too..)Esab/Lorch ET-220iEsab 160i caddyThermal LM-200/ Lincoln feedersThermal 95sThermal 60i- 3phase /RPC powered Thermal Drag-gun 35CThermal 15cINE 1500 Klutch 140i
Reply:Does anyone know the configuration of the dip switch on the top of pcm 500i control board? Mine has a problem. Plss helpe

Invertig 221
So I’ve had the invertig 221 on my short list for quite a while now. As the Black Friday sale is on now I’m very close to finally pulling the trigger. I’ve started discussions on moving into a business opportunity that would require a lot of aluminum welding and the AHP unit I have now is starting to indicate it’s going sideways, again…..and I need a better machine that will stand up to everyday use as a primary machine should i end up making a commitment to this new venture. There’s a Sanrex 300 being offered used a couple hour drive from here but I can’t find anyone with actual experience with one of these welders post thermal arc so I have my doubts about service after the sale. I know the TA units were very highly regarded but I don’t know if the Sanrex units are up to the same standard. The extra punch of a 300 amp machine would be nice but I don’t think it’s really necessary, at least at this point. I’ve head so many positive things about the 221 but I’ve never heard about one failing. I’d love to hear from actual owners about the overall reliability of their machines and how the repair/warranty process works with HTP. Are these welders as durable as the lack of negative comments suggests?
Reply:I've read of a few failing here and there but obviously not too many.   Nothing is bullet-proof, that is for sure.   I torture tested mine on DCEN and it did surprisingly well.  But I'm sure that reduced the lifespan just as it would any welding machine."a lot of aluminum welding" doesn't say much.  Do you need to weld 16 gauge aluminum for 8 hours a day, or 3/8" thick aluminum 8 hours a day?  BIG difference.

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Reply:Mine has not failed me.  I do not use it daily.  The water cooler is suspect with its not uncommon random flow alarm issue.  Hopefully they have improve on that.
Reply:

Originally Posted by Oscar

I've read of a few failing here and there but obviously not too many.   Nothing is bullet-proof, that is for sure.   I torture tested mine on DCEN and it did surprisingly well.  But I'm sure that reduced the lifespan just as it would any welding machine."a lot of aluminum welding" doesn't say much.  Do you need to weld 16 gauge aluminum for 8 hours a day, or 3/8" thick aluminum 8 hours a day?  BIG difference.
Reply:

Originally Posted by tapwelder

Mine has not failed me.  I do not use it daily.  The water cooler is suspect with its not uncommon random flow alarm issue.  Hopefully they have improve on that.
Reply:I've had mine for a couple of years with no problems.  I've welded up to 1/2" thick alum and it struggled but did it.  I think the duty cycle is higher than what is advertised as I have done production welding and never hit cut-off on the duty cycle.  Burns 4 mm 7018 all day long, and the pulsed stick feature saved my bacon on a couple of jobs.
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Originally Posted by winniweld

It remains to be seen how much “a lot of aluminum” actually constitutes. I’m going to venture a guess of 2 to 4 actual welding time 3 or 4 days a week.the rest of my time would be prep work and set up type work if this deal happens. Material thickness certainly wouldn’t be over 1/4” and for the most part would be 1/8” or thinner.  Any idea how the warranty process works for the HTP machines, you certainly own enough of them have you discussed the actual warranty repair process with Jeff?

140 pro mig trouble
I have  a 140 pro Mig that is giving me trouble.  I"m using 030 wire with  a gas mix. Machine will turn on but when I try to weld I get no penetration and crappy  response no matter the setting on panel ( seems to be worse on higher setting).No idea whats going on with  machine, Wire feeds fine it is on it's own outletJessLast edited by JessC; 9 Hours Ago at 06:19 PM.
Reply:Verify good grounding on shiny metal. Verify polarity for gas (MIG) if you recently used fluxcore.Burt _____________________Miller Syncrowave 250Millermatic 211Miller 375 Plasma Cutter Hobart Handler 12010FtDrillBit.com
Reply:Metal is clean ans machine is set for non flux (never had flux core on machine)
Reply:

Originally Posted by JessC

Metal is clean ans machine is set for non flux (never had flux core on machine)
Reply:Get a multi meter. Connect it to the polarity panel. read open circuit volts.Then short the miggun to the work. If it drops real low miggun is ok. But if DC volts stay near the open circuit reading. Miggun has a failing weld conductor in the miggun.Common problem for the magnum 100L miggun to fail open. weld conductor breaks under the rubber strain relief right where the trigger wires come out. You can pull the strain relief back and look in.If the voltage drops way low when output is shorted. Check the voltage tap switch.They can get burnt and worn out. After that you will have to check all connections in the weld circuit inside the welder. Once and a while connection to the diode assemble get burnt and loose.

12vs fluxcore gun
I have been running a Bernard duraflux gun for fluxcore wire, but it’s for 1/16-3/32 wire, with a fixed liner. I would like to run .035 and .045 fluxcore. What’s a good gun to use?  I was thinking a profax 1260.
Reply:Depending on your feeder, a standard Miggun with a flux nozzle will work well with the smaller wires.

Jumped on This One
https://www.ebay.com/itm/29454077429...c61e%7Ciid%3A1Great backup for when the Jackson AD hood goes South.
Reply:Can't beat 'em. Drop them they work, get wet...still work, batteries go de....wait, yup they still work............Mike
Reply:I just hired 2 young guys and I was telling them that helmet has auto darkening. And they cant tell me it doesn't, because I used that same helmet in votech.All you do it put a small stick rod stub in through the bottom and you have a 1/8" perfectly clear gap and when you strike the arc, bam, auto darkened.....Sent from my SM-G960U using Tapatalk