Orbital Welding Robots

Orbital weld­ing was cre­at­ed over 50 years ago to help fix any user error that exist­ed in GTAW weld­ing. Both new and recon­di­tioned orbital weld­ing robots are pre­cise, less sus­cep­ti­ble to mis­takes, and able to cre­ate these cir­cu­lar parts with speed and ease. Robot­ic orbital weld­ing can be used for high qual­i­ty, repeat­able weld­ing as it is run by a com­put­er, and requires very lit­tle oper­a­tor intercept.

In orbital weld­ing, the arc is rotat­ed mechan­i­cal­ly through 360° along a sta­t­ic work piece, such as a tube or pipe. The auto­mat­ed orbital weld­ing process is known for cre­at­ing a smooth and uni­form weld, as it is dif­fi­cult to com­plete a 360 degree weld by hand. 

Robots​.com has both new and recon­di­tioned orbital weld­ing robots from Fanuc, Motoman, KUKA, and ABB that can also be inte­grat­ed into a workcell.