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Robotic welding


Robotic welding

Robotic welding is welding using a programmable robotic arm that provides us with automation of the welding process and motion.

Although welding in a protective atmosphere with a fusion electrode is often automated, an operator is sometimes (usually) required to prepare the materials to be welded. Welding robots are commonly used for arc welding in the engineering and automotive industries.

This method allows us to weld more efficiently, faster, more accurately and more stably compared to traditional manual welding. Robotic welding is very precise, allowing us to achieve high joint consistency and weld quality.

The main advantages of robotic welding

– Higher productivity due to faster welding
– More accurate welding
– Greater safety and protection for operators (due to remote control of the robot)
– Reduced labour costs as the robot can work regardless of the human and their welding experience