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More Answers From Leo Liske
Systems Group Manager at KC Robotics, Inc.
- Email: lliske [at] kcrobotics [dot] com
- Tel: (513) 860-4442
I'm currently 2 semesters away from getting my certificate in Robotics and Automation, and am curious as to what are the best first steps to take in starting my career? The interview and hiring process, and any advice that you can give to someone looking for entry level at my current experience level, which is still actively studying, but no experience in the industry.
Scott, There are multiple directions you can go after receiving your certificate. Work for a system integrator, maintenance in a plant some where, be a hired gun to program robots. Give me a call and we can discuss.
We are looking for 5 top Integrators for design of CMT welding cell. It is welding Aluminum plates. The box design weighs about 2000 lbs. We work at a large Semiconductor equipment company
Dennis, We have built numerous systems welding Aluminum with Fronius welders. The exact welding process CMT or other will depend on your specific parts. Please give me a call so that we can discuss your parts and the best welding process in depth.
I am looking at a 2 headstock work cell and notice some have a door or curtain on both sides of the robot between the robot and the headstock and others don’t. Is there a reason for this? Standard possibly? as I want to do what’s right.
Lee, There are many variables that drive cell design. Contact me directly and we can discuss the cell design you are looking at.