Robotic-Welding Cell Fits into Tight Spaces

May 1, 2010

Robotic-Welding Cell

Lincoln Electric Automation, Cleveland, OH, introduces the System 15 manual turntable cell, developed specifically for robotic welding in a limited amount of floor space. The cell provides a flexible layout for consistent and predictable automation of low- and high-volume production work, and ships completely assembled and ready for immediate use. It includes a Fanuc Arc Mate 50iC/5L robot and Lincoln Electric’s Power Wave i400 welding power source and AutoDrive 4R90 wire drive for short-arc and spray-transfer gas-metal-arc welding (GMAW), synergic and pulsed GMAW, and flux-cored-arc welding. 

Lincoln Electric Automation: 216/383-2667;

Technologies: Pressroom Automation, Welding and Joining


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