Wolf Robotics, A Lincoln Electric Company
- CO, United States
- Tel: (970) 225-7600
- Fax: (970) 225-7700
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- Member Since 2004
- Member Since 2004
- Robotic Integrator
Wolf Robotics, A Lincoln Electric Company, has been successfully integrating robotic fabrication solutions for over 35 years. Located in Fort Collins, Colorado, Wolf Robotics has provided robotic integration solutions for automated welding and cutting systems, material removal, machine tending, and material handling applications. Installing over 8,700 robots establishes Wolf as the largest general manufacturing integrator in North America. Our services provide the ultimate peace of mind for any automated dilemma by providing unparalleled customer service, training, and custom designed robotic systems. Becoming a part of the Best Welding Company in the world, Lincoln Electric, has enabled Wolf to expand our capabilities to meet all of your fabrication process needs with one stop automated robotic fabrication integration.
Fort Collins, CO
General Manager - Rimrock Corp.
1700 Jetway Blvd.
2080 Colby Court
5256 Huntington Crest Lane
INDUSTRY Cast Iron Pipe PROJECT NAME Thrust Collars PARTS Ductile Iron Pipe CUSTOMER BENEFITS Automates the subarc welding process Adapts weld program to part variations Controls all aspects of the production cycle Improves product quality and consistency Tracks service and maintenance requirements SYSTEM OVERVIEW The welding cell
INDUSTRY Agriculture PRODUCT Chopper blades for hay baler BENEFITS Automates the welding operation Reduces manufacturing process cycle time Improves product quality Minimal tooling requirements Less operator involvement SYSTEM OVERVIEW The welding cell consist of one IRB 2400L welding robot and one IRB 4400 material handling robot. In addition there is an IRBP 250A
BENEFITS High speed cutting Less heat-affected zone Cuts all metals including aluminum and stainless steel Produces quality bevel cuts for welding Follows part/shape contours Minimal cleanup Reduced part warpage Process versatility using tool changers PROCESS OVERVIEW Plasma cutting is a process where an ionized gas conducts electricity creating a hot, energized