Automated welding offers a high level of process reliability and weld quality as well as economical production. Various methods, such as laser welding or MIG/MAG welding can be used.
The advantages of automated welding are, above all, the reduction in corrective work, high quality of the welds, and high process reliability, as well as quality control.
The worker selects the version to be produced on the panel, sets up the system with the appropriate pickup device, and inserts the individual parts. He then steps away from the light curtain and confirms the correct insertion.
The individual parts are automatically tensioned and clocked into the working area of the robot. Using the robot, the items are welded. Meanwhile, the worker removes the finished parts on his side and inserts new individual parts.