F203: Optimize Your Automation Joining Process - PAID SESSION

  • Room: S405a
Thursday, September 16, 2021: 8:00 AM - 9:30 AM


Optimizing Your Welding Automation
Robotic welding systems have evolved over the years and now have the ability to take on more jobs than ever before. With added pressures of labor shortages and global competition, robotic welding technologies are giving manufacturers the ability to improve throughput and quality while at the same time reducing costs. Weld cells can be outfitted with robotic positioners and fixtureless setup to automatically load and unload even large, varied and delicate parts, keeping precious operator talents focused on more quality-related jobs. Whether you are just beginning or are a seasoned expert in automation, we can take you to the next level.
Nick Cowell - Acieta

Increasing Uptime on Assembly, Weld and other Automated Cells with High-Performance Weld and Locator Pins
Today's automotive assembly plants are heavily automated and require precise alignment of components. Welding is the primary method for joining parts and robotics are used for nearly all welding. Standard locator and weld pins can fail prematurely due to wear and weld spatter accumulation which creates downtime to replace the pins. Pin technology that will increase wear life and shed weld spatter exist today. When correctly applied, pin life can exceed 10X versus standard pins. The increased uptime and quality improvement can be a significant addition to the manufacturers bottom line.
Peter Harper - IBC Coatings Technologies 

Automation/Robotics Track Sponsored by:



Nick Cowell
Peter Harper
Operations Manager
IBC Coatings Technologies

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