Intelligent Robotic Projection Welding

Robot welding is commonly used for resistance spot welding and arc welding in high production applications, such as the automotive industry. Robot welding is a relatively new application of robotics, even though robots were first introduced into US industry during the 1960s. Robotic welding maximizes speed, output and accuracy, particularly for large or challenging welds. Manual processes simply cannot compete with the production efficiency and accuracy of a multi-process robotic welding workcell. As technology continues to advance, market demands for quality, speed, and lower costs are increasing exponentially. Whether it’s automating manual processes or upgrading legacy robotic systems, market demands have to be met in order to remain competitive.


Robot welding is the use of mechanized programmable tools (robots), which completely automate a welding process by both performing the weld and handling the part. Robot welding is commonly used for resistance spot welding and arc welding in high production applications, such as the automotive industry.

Installing a robotic welding apparatus takes a great deal of consideration, planning and significant investments in time and money. However, companies that have implemented robotic welding in their procedures have discovered innumerable long-term benefits. In the manufacturing industry, companies constantly strive for improved quality and productivity while still keeping costs low. In order to make these improvements, manufacturing companies often turn to technology, and this is especially true in the case of welding.


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A range of automated products
With more than 25 years of experience, project management and equipment integration experience, SRDR Robotics is your solution partner to find the right robotic solution for your application. You can rely on us, explain what can be done at the beginning of the project, and we will tell and keep our promise at the beginning of the work without compromising our honesty for work that cannot be done. Our goal is to help you simplify your operations and solve the problem by increasing your efficiency, reducing your maintenance costs and optimizing your workforce.


Maximum performance and high quality
Robot welding is the use of mechanized programmable tools (robots), which completely automate a welding process by both performing the weld and handling the part. Robot welding is commonly used for resistance spot welding and arc welding in high production applications, such as the automotive industry.


High productivity, low cost
The development of automated welding solutions continues to be driven by the requirement for higher product quality, productivity and reduced costs. In addition, good manufacturing system flexibility, which is essential for responding to the dynamic behaviours of the market and therefore keeping products competitive, has become a key development target for the manufacturing industries. As a result, robotic welding processes offer attractive alternative solutions to traditional manual operation and hard automation.


Increase your competitiveness
Robotic welding is a challenging combination of welding, robotics, sensor technology, control systems and artificial intelligence. Driven by the increasing demands of improved quality, productivity and flexibility, precise and adaptive control of the robotic welding processes has become a crucial target for the development of modern systems. Sensing technologies designed for welding and its automation are the essential elements forenabling this desired level of control. The sensors are applied to observe and measure process parameters, acting as the sources of input to the control system.


Various product range
By acquiring and analysing the input information from the sensors, the control system adapts output of the robotised welding process in accordance with the defined welding procedure specifications. Robotic welding answers the needs for constant welding quality and increased production capacity. Robot systems can be utilized to work 24/7.


When combined with offline software, which allows up to 10 times faster programming compared to online programming, programming of the next workpiece can be done while the robot is welding the previous one.


Increase your efficiency and consistency
Robotic welding meets the detailed demands of today’s customer application and production. It offers more flexibility as small-scale, even robotic welding for one-off production is profitable. Adapting to the needs of each customer, robotic welding allows getting the most out of one’s investment. Welding is a process where two materials are fused together through heating, intermixing, and then cooling the materials and/or a filler to form a strong join. From arc welding to spot welding, new and used welding robots are typically used in welding processes where the weld required is repetitive and quality and speed are crucial. Robotic welding is an automated process that increases efficiency, consistency, and your ROI.


Robots can perform dangerous and challenging missions
A basic robotic arc welding system is formed by two subsystems: the welding equipment delivering the energy from the welding power source to the workpiece, and the robot providing relative positioning of the heat source and the workpiece. Normally six-axis industrial robots comprising a three-axis lower arm and a three-axis wrist are used, since they enable the welding torch mounted at the wrist to achieve all the positions necessary for three-dimensional welding. Traditionally, general purpose industrial robots are employed, carrying arc welding torches as end effectors. Many robot manufacturers have recently developed arc welding-specific robots, which are smaller and less expensive. This reduction of the required capital investment has further increased the sale of robotic welding systems.


What are the advantages of SRDR Robotic welding?
One of the biggest advantages of robotic welding is safety. SRDR Robotic welding removes the human operator from the heat, sparks and fumes of the welding process. The typical advantages of automation apply to robotic welding; a 24/7 work force that will work with the lights on or off and do not require sick days or vacation. However the deeper advantages include more consistent weld paths and weld penetrations. In the case of spot welding; robots allow the complex repeatable positioning of large transguns.


Make your working environment more reliable and healthy
Robotic weld cells provide an even safer work environment, dramatically reducing arc glare, overspray, and direct contact with the robot and part. A robot welder is more consistent and can move from one weld to the next quickly, speeding up the entire process. Robotic welding technology continues to advance to empower the user with quicker welding and improved safely. Advancing weld technologies allow finely modulated energy patterns for better control of heat for the weld application. Other advanced welding technologies include seem tracking or seem finding to allow successful welding to occur on interfaces with wider tolerance ranges. Worker and environmental safety factors give robotic welding systems another edge in the cost-justification process.


Free your employees from difficult and repetitive jobs
SRDR Robotic welding cells are the right fit for a dynamic, rapidly developing production environment where workpieces vary in shapes and sizes. Complete robotic welding solutions have an integrated handling system that allows safe and efficient handling of heavy and complex workpieces, but also the workpiece can be set up to the best possible welding position. This guarantees increased weld deposition rates, safety-at-work, and workplace ergonomics. Welding automation offers numerous benefits for companies of all sizes from improved productivity and weld consistency to lower costs for production, labour and materials. No longer are robots just suitable for large manufacturers but smaller to medium size businesses also stand to benefit by implementing a Robotic Welding technology solution.


How does innovative automation use robotic welding?
Robotic welding is an automated welding process that includes work of special robotic arms and automatic welding equipment. The key advantages of a welding robot are first-class quality and high performance. Robotic welding can be used in a huge diversity of applications. Innovative Automation builds robotic welding solutions for small and medium sized products from automotive seating components and structural subassemblies to woodstoves and even some post weld process on the kitchen sink!


Robotic welding is most productive when completing high-volume, repetitive welding tasks. Welders require the skills to programme and maintain robots; design, welding equipment use; control over the welding cycle; technical drawings preparation, producing flowcharts, and adjusting the equipment. If you are ready to get started on your next assembly project and would like to learn more about how robotics assembly can help streamline the process, contact us today.


Top 10 Advantages of Robotic Welding
Increase in productivity
With a robots ability to process welded components three to five times faster than humans by operating continuously, withstanding a greater arc on-time and moving quickly between weld joint positions, a robotic welding system can provide substantial increases in output.

Consistent and repeatability
Manual welding requires a high level of skill as well as concentration to achieve consistency and repeatability. A robotic welder can continue to perform precisely the same weld cycle continuously, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Manual welding processes require multiple jigs which are swapped out with each production run. Robots can save valuable time and eliminate tool changes as grippers can grab any part regardless of size or shape, position it on the assembly, and hold it tight during the welding process.

Numerous safety risks exist for welders such as electric shock, exposure to gases and toxic fumes, and welder’s flash burns to the eyes cornea. Robotic welders have proven themselves in reducing the number of accidents to workers in the metal fabrication industry with the number of injuries reported to Safe Work Australia reducing each year.

A robotic welder can achieve superior quality by ensuring the correct welding angle, speed, and distance with repeatability of accuracy of (+0.04mm). Ensuring that every single welding joint is consistently produced to the highest quality significantly reduces the need for costly rework.

With a shortage of skilled workers, robotic welders have helped to overcome this issue. Whilst manual welders will still be required for jobs which have a high degree of customisation, a robotic welder will alleviate issues in busy times by reducing additional hours and the need to hire and train extra staff.

Reduce consumables
With manual welding, the size of the weld is determined from the operator and could result in a larger weld than required. Robots are programmed to always weld to the correct length and size of the joint requirement, providing significant saving over time.

Reduced production costs
Through improvements in quality, consistency and productivity a robotic welding system can deliver parts at a reduced cost. Further saving can also be made through reduced energy consumption and consumable costs in addition to lowering workers compensation and insurance costs.

Reduction in weld distortion
Distortion in a weld occurs from the expansion and contraction of the weld metal and adjacent base metal during the heating and cooling cycle of the welding process. Robotic welders are tuned to correctly size the weld for the requirements of the joint, minimise the amount of weld passes and complete the process with speed to minimising the heating of the surrounding metal that can expand and lead to distortion.

Increased competitive advantage
Implementing a robotic welding solution can set companies apart from the competition by allowing for faster completion and delivery of products whilst ensuring consistent quality.


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