Making the Switch from Manual to Automated Welding

Jan 31, 2015 has over 35 years of experience in working with the integration of robotic welding systems. Switching from manual to automated welding will help to increase the overall quality, throughput, and consistency of your product. experts will work hard to listen to your specific needs and then decide on the best solution for your production line.


If you’re decid­ing to make the switch from man­u­al to auto­mat­ed weld­ing, one of the hard parts is over! You don’t want to be one of those com­pa­nies that hes­i­tates and los­es mon­ey, right? Of course not! Now all you need to do is find a trust­ed robot­ics inte­gra­tor like Robots​.com to walk you through build­ing a robot­ic weld­ing sys­tem. How­ev­er, before they can do that, they need some help from you first.

When switch­ing from man­u­al to auto­mat­ed weld­ing, first look at the parts you are weld­ing. What type of weld do they require? How is the part posi­tioned? Does the welder sit or stand? Are there small areas to reach through to get to the weld? 

Next, con­sid­er posi­tion­er con­fig­u­ra­tions, tool­ing, part load­ing and safe­ty fea­tures. Robots​.com is capa­ble of help­ing you choose the best robot to fit your automa­tion needs and ways to ful­fill require­ments for the most effi­cient pro­duc­tion flow. 

Robots​.com’ engi­neers and tech­ni­cians will work to get you a great deal on either a new or refur­bished robot­ic sys­tem for your weld­ing automa­tion inte­gra­tion project. A recon­di­tioned, used weld­ing robot can cost up to 50% less than a new one, and is just as reliable. 

Robots​.com employ­ees will do their very best to ensure that you get the best robot­ics weld­ing cell avail­able for the best price pos­si­ble. For more infor­ma­tion, Con­tact the Sales Depart­ment online or at 8777626881.

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