Flux Cored Welding Robots

Flux Cored Weld­ing, also known as flux cored arc weld­ing (FCAW), is a weld­ing process that requires a con­tin­u­ous­ly-fed con­sum­able elec­trode con­tain­ing a flux and a constant-voltage. 

Flux cored weld­ing robots were devel­oped as an alter­na­tive to shield­ed met­al arc weld­ing and are used on mild and low alloy steels, stain­less steels, some high nick­el alloys and some wear facing/​surfacing alloys.

Automat­ing this weld­ing process is advan­ta­geous to con­sumers because it is user-friend­ly and has high-speed capa­bil­i­ties. Robots pro­vide more con­sis­tent qual­i­ty welds, mak­ing FCAW a great appli­ca­tion to automate. 

Robots​.com car­ries a vari­ety of both new and refur­bished flux cored weld­ing robots made by man­u­fac­tur­ers like Fanuc, Motoman, KUKA, and ABB. All of our refur­bished robots under­go a rig­or­ous recon­di­tion­ing process.