April 11, 2006
By: Michael Erickson
Planning a productive intelligent robotic welding workcell requires many phases. These include preplanning with a computer simulation, getting the virtual results to translate into real-world operation, using multiple robots within the workcell for material handling as well as welding, and utilizing vision systems to help compensate for part variations.
Shear Genius Cells are the recipe for higher productivity at Imperial Commercial Cooking Equipment, Corona, California.
Never undervalue what you do - by Josh Welton
“Welding is easy; business is hard.” At least that’s how Josh Welton sees running his own business. An important thing to remember is “if you’re good at something, never do it for free.”
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