Robotic welding

We can perform robotic welding using the well-known CO2 welding type and typically do so on black steel workpieces. Robotic welding is an excellent option to automate the welding process.

Robotic welding is distinguished by being far more effective than manual welding and ensures a high uniformity and a huge output. With robotic welding, we can thus be highly competitive in terms of quality, price and speed – even in smaller series.

The welding fixture is manufactured for each workpiece, which can be done in a cost-effective manner, as most manufacturing processes are in-house. This means that we can quickly initiate the robotic production.

Contact us to learn more about robotic welding.

Feel free to also explore the options for welding black steel, stainless steel and aluminium.

Celle 1


ABB IRB 1400
Range: 1,44 m
Load capacity: 5 kg
Positioning accuracy: ± 0,05 mm
ABB IRBP 250R Manipulator
Maximum workpiece length: 1,40 m
Maximum workpiece diameter Ø: 85 cm
Handling capacity: 250 kg
Positioning accuracy: ± 0,1 mm
Maximum speed: 30 rpm
Welding in steel

Celle 2


ABB IRB 2600
Range: 1,65 m
Load capacity: 12 kg
Positioning accuracy: ± 0,04 mm
ABB IRBP K-600 Manipulator
Maximum workpiece length: 3,8 m
Maximum workpiece diameter Ø: 110 cm
Maximum height of workpiece: 55 cm
Handling capacity: 600 kg
Positioning accuracy: ± 0,5 mm
Maximum speed: 25 rpm
Robot welder

MIG (Metal Inert Gas) or MAG (Metal Active Gas) are among the most common welding methods. This is due to the method’s efficiency and productivity, as well as the fact that the method is easy to use mechanically. The method is often referred to as CO2 welding.

For MIG/MAG welding, a shielding gas is used, which is either inert or active. When using inert gas, there is no reaction from the gas with the weld pool or the melted metal from the electrode. When using active gas, there is a greater possibility of optimisation of both the process and the welding result.

As with any other form of welding, MIG/MAG welding produces smoke and gases which are hazardous to the welder. Therefore, we always focus on the safety requirements.

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