Decades ago, riveting was a common trade, just like welding. But, as processes changed and improved, it was found that resistance welding robots were able to weld material together more efficiently than anything that could be done with rivets. These resistance welds also hold up better and are stronger than rivets, which improves the overall quality of the vehicle.
There are several other benefits to choosing resistance welding for your production line, aside from the speed and strength of the robots used for the process. When it comes to joining sheet metals together, or metals of different thicknesses, a robotic resistance welder is the way to go. Unlike other welding applications, it can perform these difficult tasks with ease. However, these robots don’t only benefit manufacturers – they also benefit the employees. Welders no longer have to tote around the heavy, awkward resistance welding guns. Instead, they work to operate the resistance welding robotic system while the robot does all the heavy lifting. This leads to more production uptime and a lift in company morale as well.
Are you interested in learning more about resistance welding robots and the advantages they can offer your production process? Then you should call RobotWorx, a certified integrator for several different robotics companies, including ABB, FANUC, Motoman, Universal Robots, and KUKA. Our staff will work with you to help you find the right robotics system for your application and budget.
Contact RobotWorx today online or at 740-251-4312.