Automation and robotisation in welding and allied processes proceedings of the international conference held at Strasbourg, France, 2-3 September 1985 under the auspices of the International Institute of Welding = Automatisation et robotisation en soudage et techniques connexes : communications présentées à la conférence internationale tenue à Strasbourg, France, les 2 et 3 septembre 1985, sous les auspices de l"Institut international de la soudure.

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Other titlesAutomatisation et robotisation en soudage et techniques connexes.
ContributionsInternational Institute of Welding., International Conference on Automation and Robotisation in Welding and Allied Processes (1985 : Strasbourg, France)
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LC ClassificationsTS227.2 .A94 1985
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Paginationxii, 417 p. :
Number of Pages417
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Open LibraryOL2531552M
ISBN 100080325335
LC Control Number85012184

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