What is Welding Automation?
Automation for Welding and Cutting is the use of electronically controlled equipment, interfaced with the power source and wire feeder to provide precise control over vital welding parameters to improve productivity, reduce defects and decrease overall costs.Watch our video to learn more
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Due to the fabrication process of bridges much of the welding must be done on-site and in the overhead position. This process requires a high degree of skill and all welds are of importance given the volume of use. Weld consistency and productivity is critical.
Power generation plants, wind towers, pipelines and retrofits across the world have benefited from innovative developments in welding equipment and automation, improving productivity and consistency providing for better-quality welds of safety-critical joints.
Welding is often the most expensive part of any manufacturing process and staying competitive while providing a high quality product is essential to survive in todays market. Reduce cost and increase productivity while minimizing weld defects.
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