WeldRob Series 1000 Robotic Welding Cell (Cabinet based twin station system) from Welding Robotics - Latest New Welding Robots from Kawasaki or Motoman Robotics

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Production welding rates are significantly improved by the WeldRob range of Robotic Welding Cells. Full welding fixtures designed and manufactured to your component specifications.

WeldRob Series 1000 is a twin station cabinet based robotic welding cell. Ideal for component welded assemblies up to 1000mm long. It can be supplied with either manual or automatic shutter system on the doors at the front of the cell. The Robot welds at one station whilst the operator loads/unloads at the second station, this allows the robot to continualy weld with no down time.

With latest specification welding robots supplied by our partners Kawasaki Robotics or Yaskawa/Motoman Robotics and the TER Multi Concept robotic welding package the customer can be assured of superb quality and fast welding times.

The welding equipment has available Pulse programs for any kind of material with a better arc control and a smoother arc. Special waveforms and very fast dynamics increase the weldability of all materials. A precision arc, smoother waveform and high frequency transfer allow a precise arc with lower pressure in the welding pool. As a result, the welding speed is increased up to 45% with the same arc energy as found in standard machines. The simplicity of the pulse control setting allows a fast approach to any welding, irrespective of the thickness and this results in a colder weld with exceptional appearance.

Welding Robotics has also developed:

The WeldRob 2000 series which is a turntable based robotic welding cell.
The WeldRob 3000 series which is a Robot Track based robotic welding cell.

With these systems and a range of welding manipulators a welding system can be specified to suit a vast range of component lengths in many materials.

All the robotic welding cells can be used for Mig Welding, Spot Welding or Tig Welding as required, contact Peter Hall for further information.

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