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Motoman ArcWorld 6200 Custom Welding Workcell Increases Production

A machining company in Marion, Ohio wanted to increase the speed, efficiency, and quality of their welding application when welding one inch thick steel by switching from manual welding to automated welding. RobotWorx was able to provide the company with a Motoman ArcWorld 6200 custom welding cell, complete with two Motoman robots.

Application Goal:

To increase the speed, efficiency, and quality when welding one inch thick steel, while also increasing safety for workers. 

RobotWorx Solution:

Work Cell: RobotWorx used a Motoman ArcWorld 6200 welding cell layout for this system to increase efficiency. 

Robot: The work cell has two reconditioned Motoman SSF2000 MIG welding robots with NX100 controllers

Welding Package: The robots have Tregaskiss ToughGun welding guns with Motoman wire feeders, and MotoWeld EL350 power supply.

Positioner: The welding cell has a custom made carousel positioner that also has a headstock and tailstock. This allows workers to increase application speed, by being able to weld and load on both sides. 

Safety Package: The work cell uses light curtains, as well as an operator station, and other standard safety devices. 

Warranty: The system has a full-one year RobotWorx warranty.

Training and Install: RobotWorx work cells come complete with free training for up to three employees at the Marion, Ohio facility.

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The customer chose RobotWorx to build them a work cell that would increase the speed of their welding application. RobotWorx supplied the company with a custom Motoman welding cell that can weld faster than any human possibly could, improving their production by almost 50%, while also improving safety for workers by keeping them away from arc glare, flash burn, and harmful welding fumes. All in all, the welding cell provides them with a faster, higher quality weld for their steel work pieces.

Interested in automating your welding process?  Call in today at 740-251-4312 to get started.