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Category: Spot Welding
We have a yaskawa dx200 with a large servo 4 x gun for some reason during the spot move the gun moves very slow . I tried moving to the spot move and interlock 8 or pressure and modify enter and this doesn't seem to work1 Reply » Click Here
How do I reset the resolution counters on an irb6000 s31 Reply » Click Here
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 company4 Replies » Click Here
Is there a master list of manufacturers that build robots for manufacturing applications. We are interested in robotic welders?3 Replies » Click Here
We are planning a robotic work cell to handle some spot welding. Is there a integrator in the Chicago area that specializes in this area?3 Replies » Click Here
We produce aluminum bags from aluminum foil, same thickness with household foil. I'm looking for a solution to close one side of it by welding it. Do you have a solution for this?1 Reply » Click Here
My company is a KUKA customer. What is the special tool necessary to maintain this robot?1 Reply » Click Here
I am looking for a pair of dual tip trans guns. If anybody can give me any information I would appreciate it. New or used.1 Reply » Click Here
I have a need for a company that supplies spot welding gun on the stand covers. We have many guns that have dirt and weld spatter that get on top of the tools when they are on the stands.1 Reply » Click Here
Looking for a programming training manual for ABB s3 robot1 Reply » Click Here
I have to program a couple older ABB S3 robots to weld. The teaching of the program isn't a really big deal, I took a few robotics classes in college. What I'm curious about is that I know a lot of places do 'housekeeping' programs on the initial start-up. What exactly do factories want to see here? What kind of programs do most people write for this?2 Replies » Click Here
We manufacture boilers (stainless steel or cooper depending on the model) for coffee machines. We are looking for a MIG/TIG Welding Robot. Boiler´s sizes: Largest: 450 mm x 250 mm. Smallest: 150 mm x 50 mm. Thikness: 1.5 mm – 2.5 mm Any robot suggested for this application?1 Reply » Click Here