By automating welding processes, companies are becoming more environmentally-friendly. The process reduces inconsistent welds compared to manual welding.
Arc Welding Robots
Arc welding utilizes an electric arc between an electrode and a metal base using either consumable or non-consumable electrodes. An arc welding robot uses a process which applies intense heat to metal at a joint, causing the metal to melt and intermix.
MAG Welding Robots
Metal active gas welding, also known as MAG welding, is the most common welding method in the United States, Europe, and Japan. The high productivity offered by MAG welding robots have contributed to its popularity.
MIG Welding Robots
Robotic Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding, also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), is a common high deposition rate process that involves feeding a wire continuously toward the heated weld tip. It is considered a semi-automatic welding process.
TIG Welding Robots
TIG welding has become a popular choice of welding processes when high quality, precision welding is required. By integrating TIG welding robots, our customers are able to cut down on human error and increase safety on their production line.
Laser Welding Robots
A robot laser welding system consists of a servo-controlled, multi-axis mechanical arm, with a laser cutting head mounted to the face plate of the robot arm.
Spot Welding Robots
Robotic spot welding, a type of resistance welding, is the most common welding application found in the manufacturing field. It joins thin metals together when the metals resist the electrical current.