Samco's latest hands free, roll forming line is designed to produce products for “Just-in-Time” production, this machine has the ability to perform at variable speeds up to 60 fpm, depending on the punching pattern and part lengths.
Increased speed. Higher quality welds. Reduced errors. These are only a few of the many reasons why more shops want to automate work throughout the welding process. Here are some of the latest systems they should consider.
ABB Robotics introduces the flexible, compact and modular IRBT 2005 medium track motion platform for automated robotic welding, and the IRB 2600ID integrated dress pack robot with an extended reach and heavy payload that is ideal for arc welding.
By targeting the coolant stream as close to right place in the cutting zone as possible, coolant-through tooling systems can bring improvements that range from higher cutting speeds to better surface finish by effectively controlling chips and helping to optimize tool life and increase production. Here are some of the latest systems to consider.
Cerazur ceramic welding centring pins from Doceram are extremely durable, with high impact strength that is ideal for the very short cycle times of automated production lines, such car body assembly, where even hardened metal centring pins quickly become deformed and worn.
The new TPS/i Robotics welding power source from Fronius is specially tailored to the demands of robot-aided welding, with integrated and fully synchronized system components that enable robots to weld faster with a higher degree of repeatability.