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Mig Welding Robots

MIG Welding Robots: Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding, also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GTAW), is a commonly used, high deposition rate process that involves feeding a wire continuously toward the heated weld tip. It is considered a semi-automatic welding process.  Industrial robots can be used to automate the MIG welding process

MIG welding robots are capable of all-position, adding flexibility to the welding system.  MIG welding provides a faster process than other forms of welding, especially when robots are incorporated.  

MIG welding is one of the most popular forms of welding in industrial applications and is an easy process to integrate to a robot system.

Safety from dangerous fumes, higher quality welds and more efficient processes are just some of the advantages that companies see following MIG welding automation


Additional Mig Welding Information

MIG welding automation benefits companies by improving their ROI (return on investment) and increasing their welding repeatability.

RobotWorx integrates new and refurbished MIG welding robots from MotomanFanuc abd KUKA. We customize every MIG welding system to fit customer specifications. Our systems are available for very affordable prices - sometimes nearly 50% less. RobotWorx provides many benefits, including customer training at our facility, phone support for the life of the system, and warranties that provide complete parts and service coverage.

RobotWorx can build a customized MIG welding solution that will increase productivity, throughput, and revenue. Contact our sales department at 740-251-4312 for more MIG welding information.

Frequently Asked Questions About Mig Welding

Mig Welding Movies

RW 1050 with Fanuc ArcMate 100iC/6L Robot

Motoman ArcWorld 6200 Workcell with Two EA1400N Arc Welding Robot Arms

ArcMate 100i Robots on Custom Turn Table

Dual Fanuc ArcMate 100i Robots with Ferris Wheel Positioner

RW900 with Motoman MA1400

Robotic Torch Cleaning Station

Benefits of Mig Welding

  • Less Operator Skill Required
  • Minimal Post Weld Cleaning
  • Increase Return On Investment (ROI)
  • Higher Deposit Rates than SMAW
  • Longer Welds Without Stopping
  • High Quality Welds