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Lincoln Electric Launches New Mobile App

Lincoln Library app designed to offer welders the most current cutting and welding information.

Lincoln Electric introduces a mobile application designed to be a practical and time-saving tool for users to tap into the company’s welding resources. Designed to provide a seamless user experience, the Lincoln Library mobile application will provide welders of all skill levels with the most current welding and cutting information.

"Our first foray into mobile application development will mark a dramatic shift in how our customers will interact with the Lincoln Electric brand," said Craig Coffey, U.S. marketing manager. "With the release of our new mobile application, we are implementing innovative technology and making it easier for users of Lincoln Electric equipment and consumables to gain access to our more than 118 years of welding expertise."

Lincoln Library allows users to browse Lincoln Electric’s line of welding and cutting equipment on the go by downloading product catalogs and detailed specifications for use in product selection. The media-rich, digital bookshelf is interactive, easy to use and will be continuously updated with new and updated literature. Catalogs available at launch include the 2014 Equipment Catalog and the Alloy Products brochure. Within the app, users can reference the most up-to-date equipment and consumable specifications or shop for their next piece of welding gear.

The app’s features include:

  • The most up-to-date product offerings from Lincoln Electric’s broad product-literature library.
  • The ability to view any of the currently available catalogs or product literature offline, with no internet connection required, after the initial install.
  • When connected to the Internet, the app will sync with Lincoln Electric’s online database to retrieve updates, ensuring that users have the most current information.

Lincoln Library is available for through the Apple iTunes App Store and is compatible with the Apple iPad and iPad Mini (Apple iOS Version 6.0 and up).


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