Improve your welding process with a mechanized welder


August 8, 2007


Mechanized welding system

A mechanized welding system from Bug-o Systems will increase production, improve product quality and work environment, reduce metal distortion and the need for material handling. The modular construction adapts to your particular job.

Bug-o Systems allow for an increase in production by replacing the operator's hand with a machine. This increases the level of control in the welding or cutting process. With a precise speed and path control, you can improve the appearance and quality of the weld or cut. Controlling the speed and path provides uniform heat input and reduces distortion, thus improving overall product quality. Material handling can be reduced by taking the small and lightweight machine to the work. With

Bug-o Systems, welding and cutting can be accomplished in all positions. By placing the torch or gun in the machine, the heat and arc will be further from the operator, reducing fatigue and improving the work environment. The flexible modular construction along with many track-guided and self-guided units will adapt to your job. Bug-o Systems can even custom build a system to fit your particular application.

Bug-o Systems has been reducing fabrication cost since 1945. To find out how a mechanized welding system from Bug-o Systems will help increase production, improve product quality, reduce metal distortion and the need for material handling, improve the work environment and adapt to your job, contact your local distributor.

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