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Application: Arc Welding

Robotic Laser Cladding

POSTED: 05/27/2014

Additive Manufacturing using Additivie Shaping Advancements in laser technology over the past decade have been improving at an exciting rate. Companies interested in traditional welding have been adopting the technology and are leading the movement towards laser welding additive manufacturing processes. Of particular interest is the integration

Nachi AX Robot Controller

by Technical Bulletin

POSTED: 12/11/2012

 

Automating Water Jet Processes is a Smart Business Decision

by Bob Rochelle, Stäubli Robotics

POSTED: 10/09/2012

For the past fifty years, manufacturers have experienced increasing pressure to produce more while simultaneously meeting challenges to reduce operating costs, improve operational efficiencies, increase part quality, reduce waste and reduce labor content.  These challenges are being met by adopting Lean Manufacturing practices and at the heart of Lean Manufacturing

Finding Hidden Treasures in Manufacturing

POSTED: 11/04/2011

Planning ahead for short- and long-term growth is a basic strategy for business in any economic environment in all industries producing any kind of product. Industry looks for proven solutions that may assist in improving the bottom line regardless of which domain

Fronius Cold Metal Transfer - A Welding System For the Most Demanding Applications

POSTED: 10/07/2009

Fronius ushered in a new era in automated and robot-assisted GMAW (gas metal arc welding) technology with the introduction of the CMT (Cold Metal Transfer) process. Since then the innovative process, with its revolutionary reversing wire-feed unit, has been winning new applications, year after year, in the most varied sectors

Advances in Robotic Finishing

by Mary Kay Morel, Staff Writer/Editor

POSTED: 07/23/2008

Manufacturers looking to improve painting operations for parts of all sizes and shapes are turning to advanced robotic technology to increase finishing quality, consistency and throughput, while dramatically lowering operating costs and decreasing wasted material and hazardous environments for human workers.  Easy to install and program, robots are fast, reliable

Safety and Open, Real-time Industrial Ethernet Achievable With SafetyNET p

POSTED: 07/07/2008

Today, Ethernet is the worldwide standard in office communication. Not only is it used to network PCs and peripheral devices within the office, but also for communications between distributed servers or for the Internet and intranets. Annual growth for the use of Ethernet-compatible devices has been in double figures for

Survey of Robotic Seam Tracking Systems for Arc Welding

by Mark Scherler

POSTED: 02/24/2000

One of the main process problems of robotic arc welding is the consistency which needs to be maintained while making part after part. A quality weld can only be achieved if the weld seam of each part moves less than the diameter of the weld wire from the programmed weld

Robotic Welding Basics

POSTED: 12/01/1999

What welding tasks are suitable for automation? The short answer is repetitive tasks on similar pieces. Obviously, the number of items of any one type to be welded must be continually high enough to justify automating the process. If the joints to be welded on a workpiece are few, straight, and


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