Robotic welding is the use of robots to perform welding tasks. It is a form of automation that is used in many industries, including automotive, aerospace, and construction. Robotic welding is used to increase productivity, reduce costs, and improve product quality. It is also used to reduce the risk of injury to workers, as robots can perform welding tasks in hazardous environments.
Robotic welding systems typically consist of a robot arm, a welding power source, a welding torch, and a welding wire feeder. The robot arm is programmed to move the welding torch in a predetermined pattern, while the welding power source and wire feeder provide the necessary power and material for the welding process.
Robotic welding is becoming increasingly popular due to its ability to reduce costs and improve product quality. It is also becoming more widely used due to its ability to reduce the risk of injury to workers.
Some companies in the robotic welding market include ABB, FANUC, KUKA, Yaskawa, and Lincoln Electric. Show Less Read more