WELDING AND FINISHING

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We offer our clients comprehensive solutions for installation, testing, operation and training for setting up or upgrading to robotization and automation of welding process stations in order to increase accuracy, enhance safety and reduce the time needed to complete each project. 

1. ARC WELDING

2. RESISTANCE WELDING

3. SPOT WELDING

4. TIG WELDING

5. MIG/MAG WELDING

6. LASER WELDING

7. PLASMA WELDING

8. PALM WELDING

9. COLD METAL TRANSFER WELDING (CMT)

10. SOLDERING AND BRAZING

11. ULTRASONIC WELDING

Advantages

  • A wire feeder sends the filler wire to the robot as it needs it for a welding job. A high-heat torch at the end of the arm melts metal to enable the welding process. Because the temperatures reach thousands of degrees, using robots for this process keeps people safer.

  • Very good quality and high aesthetics of welds.

  • Welding versatility - the robot program can be adapted for various details within one station.

  • The possibility of welding at high currents without harmful effects on employees.

  • Limited need to check the quality of welds and details with reduced number of defective or damaged product.

  • Increase of the welding equipment utilization rate.

Our solution ensures greater dynamics of movement while increasing positioning repeatability. The control and synchronization capabilities of a larger number of additional axes, e.g. welding rotators, allow maximizing the use of the welding robot. The implementation of high-performance welding, e.g. TWIN technology with two burners, working simultaneously in a weld.

Robotic welding is also covers preparing the environment around a robotic cell. A filtering ventilation system, shielding gas supply system, daily and periodic service system and also welding data logging.

A robotized welding station is also an obligation to ensure work safety for operators and technologists. Dedicated safety installations, flash shields and welding visors provide comfort and safety for the operator.
Welding robot in combination with a modern source is, in common perception, in addition to all technical advantages, a modern production solution. The robotization of the welding process distinguishes companies from their competitors, production capabilities and quality of manufactured products.

Robotic Head Solutions

Available types of machining heads:

  • spindle electric, pneumatic, hydraulic,

  • heads Pressure (washing or cutting),

  • heads for soldering,

  • burners,

  • optical heads and vision,

  • measuring

  • welding,

  • riveters,

  • heads Deburring,

Additional options available:

  • tool wear compensation,

  • clamping force compensation,

  • ambient temperature compensation,

  • automatic calibration

CAD/CAM System tools

The tool software allows the combination of CNC and robot functions. The main advantage of this solution is support as for a traditional CNC control system, while allowing for:

  • robot programming like CNC,

  • tool radius correction in the control system,

  • increased robot track performance,

  • offline programming possibilities using CAD / CAM systems,

Mechanical treatment of details, in particular those that are burdensome for employees and demanding quality, polishing, deburring, milling, trimming, machining of castings are fields for wide robotization.

 

Process repeatability, machining quality, increased productivity are just a few basic advantages of such applications. Equally important for production managers and those responsible for ensuring the safety of employees, is the elimination of hazards in works particularly dangerous for people, with exposed machines, high temperature and high dustiness.

Robotic Machining stations

For robotization of the machining process, it is required to equip the cell with appropriate protective and auxiliary equipment.
For robotic applications it will be:

  • security fence or fixed housing adapted to the production processes,

  • security elements on loading / unloading of the station (often optical elements or supervised movable guards), local desktop or control panel

  • Additionally, depending on the conducted process, additional elements should be taken into account, such as: swarf, vapor,oil mist extraction,
    coolant runoff,

  • supply of utilities necessary for the work of the head and instruments

  • tool magazine for multi-stage processes or with varying degrees of machining.

When using the robot as a CNC machine, we have the opportunity to use the 3D environment as an element supporting machining programming. We gain more flexibility thanks to the availability of 6 axes. Quick tool change systems and tool magazines level out the disproportion between the robot arm and a classic CNC machine. The CNC control system allows editing of even complex programs consisting of many lines on the screen of the robot's programmer. The dedicated interface offers typical CNC control components so that machine operators who have worked with CNC machining centers can easily and quickly take over the operation of the robot.

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