Manufacturers who apply robotic spot welding to their spot weld manufacturing processes immediately see advantages as compared to a manual process, including:
• Cost Effectiveness
• Consistency of Welds
• Ability to Reach Difficult Welds
• Floor Space Savings
Spot welding, a type of resistance welding, is the most common welding application found in the manufacturing field. It joins thin metals together when the metals resist the electrical current.
While it is commonly used in the automotive industry to join sheet metal frames together, the spot welding application has a variety of project uses. Spot welding robots have the ability to overcome difficult welds while providing consistent quality.
Automating spot welding is quick, easy and a great economic solution.