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September 10, 2012
Selecting, installing, and maintaining a through-arm robotic GMAW gun
When installing a through-arm robotic GMAW gun, allow approximately 1.5 inches of slack to prevent undue stress on the power cable and power pin, and minimize the opportunity for damage to either component.
Robotic welding systems are... Read more...
November 7, 2011
Robotic welding: Don’t forget the consumables
A robotic weld cell can make various operations more productive, but those gains come only if the entire system is in good working order—and this includes the consumables.
A welding automation investment should provide... Read more...
September 12, 2011
Handling, installing, and maintaining GMAW consumables
Taking the time to learn how to keep consumables clean and lasting longer can positively affect productivity, quality, and the bottom line.
When it comes to welding, many variables can influence productivity and quality. The power... Read more...
July 11, 2011
Should you automate your welding operation?
As the economy continues to show signs of improvement and manufacturers face greater demands for production, competition likely will increase across the marketplace. In addition to implementing lean practices, which many manufacturers find... Read more...
October 4, 2010
Welding guns 101: light- or heavy-duty?
Light-duty GMAW guns work well for applications requiring tacking or short arc-on times.
When it comes to choosing welding equipment, welding operators may find themselves contemplating which power source to use—and... Read more...
January 12, 2010
Keeping sight of the little things
Choosing the right robotic GMAW gun, consumables, and wire can be just as important to productivity and weld quality as the power source, tooling, and robotic arm. Robotic gas metal arc welding (GMAW) can provide companies with significant... Read more...
October 14, 2008
Don't be marginalized
Robotic welding systems introduce speed, accuracy, and repeatability into the fabrication process. The repeatability of these systems can increase productivity and reduce welding production costs, thereby maximizing the return on the... Read more...