When it comes to argon TIG welding, producers of towel rail warmers often face such problems as low efficiency, safety concerns, and a large number of defective final products.
Automation of the process can become a real game-changer to solve these issues.
The welding solution by Rozum Robotics entails the usage of two robotic manipulators PULSE moving in sync to weld towel rail warmers from stainless steel. The robotic welders follow the preset trajectory without any missteps and weld neat joints with lower heat input improving the final appearance of the product. You can always change the pathway by switching to the manual mode. For this welding, no filler material is required.
The manipulators are lightweight and easy to integrate into any operating environment. When using cobots PULSE to weld towel rail warmers, you don’t have to bring in elaborate security measures like bulky fences and curtains: the security system by Rozum Robotics will slow or shut manipulators down as soon as a person moves closer to them.
About Robotic Arm Pulse
PULSE by Rozum Robotics is a lineup of arm-manipulators intended for automation of commercial and industrial workflows as well as research and education projects. The products cater to applications demanding superior precision of positioning and consistent performance. The arms are most efficient in repetitive tasks with minimum variations in process parameters, such as pick-and-place, machine tending, gluing, welding, etc.
PULSE robots boast modular design and six degrees of freedom, which is almost as many as a human’s upper limb has. In practice, that means that available degrees of freedom will allow you to cope with up to 95% of all production tasks. The machines consist of aluminum linking elements and self-designed servo motors embedded into joints. They can be integrated with a variety of end effectors, depending on the intended use—grippers, welding equipment, laser tools, video cameras, etc.
More information about PULSE can be found HERE.
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How Welding System Works
You put the workpiece into the fixture and fix it securely into place.
After a short calibration, the electrode reaches the required position (about 1 second).
The welding head starts moving along a preset pathway, and the seam is welded (about 1 second).
The welding head keeps moving along the pathway of the half-ring (about 9 seconds).
Cobot completes the welding of the half-ring, takes a step back, and then proceeds to weld the second one. The whole process of welding a half-ring takes about 12 seconds.
Top 6 Reasons to Order Robotic Welders
Still not convinced? Here are more reasons to order a robotic welder by Rozum Robotics:
All the cobots by Rozum Robotics are built with our own hands. We do not outsource orders—every idea, motor, and robot is born in our R&D center.
PULSE ensures fast high-quality TIG / MIG welding. The cobot is equipped with a universal flange (ISO 9409-1-50-4-M6), which is compatible with various welding torches.
The system is lightweight and easy to integrate into any operating environment. Program settings come with a simple user interface. Everything is so intuitive that you don’t need any experience with robots to get started!
The automated welding system by Rozum Robotics will keep everyone safe by slowing or shutting cobots down as soon as someone comes nearby.
If you want, you can create more complex control algorithms through API. Two API implementations are available—in Java and Python.
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