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    Robotic Welding Projects

    I made this video a while ago to show a quick over view of what our robotic welders are capable of. Different thicknesses and materials. I think it also does a good job of showing how a robotic arm works in harmony with the positioner. Enjoy.

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    For all of Your weld testing needs please contact me. We also specialize in robotic welding and building fixtures for your welding needs. Let me know how I can help.

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    Re: Robotic Welding Projects

    Very cool! Bluco/Demeller fixtures are the best on the planet.
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    Re: Robotic Welding Projects

    that robot does nice work but if my boss got one i would be out of a job.
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    Re: Robotic Welding Projects

    The Bluco fixtures are great. They really work well with the robots. Everything is perfectly square and the same time after time. We run a lot of the same jobs weekly and our setup times are minimal. Not to mention its easy to recreate if you snap a few pictures.

    Docwelder we had few people that thought the robots would steel their jobs but it really ended up creating a new position for an operator because we ended up getting robot only work and still kept the old work load.
    Joe Dengel
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    For all of Your weld testing needs please contact me. We also specialize in robotic welding and building fixtures for your welding needs. Let me know how I can help.

    JayManufacturing.com

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    Re: Robotic Welding Projects

    Shouldn't this be in the "Service Provider Subforum"? It would be much more interesting if you weren't trying to sell me something. And 1 robot and 1 trunion isn't all that impressive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaymfg View Post
    The Bluco fixtures are great. They really work well with the robots. Everything is perfectly square and the same time after time. We run a lot of the same jobs weekly and our setup times are minimal. Not to mention its easy to recreate if you snap a few pictures.

    Docwelder we had few people that thought the robots would steel their jobs but it really ended up creating a new position for an operator because we ended up getting robot only work and still kept the old work load.
    jay; yeah, i know exactly what kind of job that would be- loading raw material and stacking finished product. those robots must be a factory owners wet dream. no sick days no vacations and never ask for a raise. i think i'll stand pat lol.
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    Re: Robotic Welding Projects

    How much weight can be loaded onto the robot?

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    That's really cool. It's efficiency in making welding projects is exceptional. Very precise and fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Farm-er View Post
    How much weight can be loaded onto the robot?
    These robots can hold 1500 lbs. per side. That includes the weight of the fixture. We leave the main bluco block on the robot which is 900 lbs. by itself. So we limit ourselves to 500 lbs. of parts.
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    For all of Your weld testing needs please contact me. We also specialize in robotic welding and building fixtures for your welding needs. Let me know how I can help.

    JayManufacturing.com

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    Re: Robotic Welding Projects

    Thank god these cannot climb in a ditch or up in a pipe rack. F U machines!
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    Where would I get some literature and pricing on these units? Oh yeah, nice machine!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzBox View Post
    Where would I get some literature and pricing on these units? Oh yeah, nice machine!!!!
    BuzzBox if you go to www.millerwelds.com/automation you should be able to find some of the info you are looking for. They have some really cool systems. They can also build a system to fit your needs if they don't have what you want. I will send you a PM with contact info in it as well.
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    For all of Your weld testing needs please contact me. We also specialize in robotic welding and building fixtures for your welding needs. Let me know how I can help.

    JayManufacturing.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by bostick101 View Post
    thank god these cannot climb in a ditch or up in a pipe rack. F u machines!
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    Re: Robotic Welding Projects

    Cool to see that I'm not the only one on here that does robotic welding stuff. The company I work for bought a Miller/Panasonic system about 2 years ago. Seeing as I was the only manufacturing engineer who knew how to weld (I actually worked in the weld shop doing production welding for a while) I was tasked with the job of designing fixturing and doing the programming. We are a fairly hi mix low volume company, so I has taken some time to get all the fixtures designed and made (it was also a huge learning experience for me) it is working out nicely for us.

    Btw, our system was designed and built by Genesis Systems group. Here is a video showing the systems turn table function from the part loading side: .

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    Re: Robotic Welding Projects

    Quote Originally Posted by Duke View Post
    Cool to see that I'm not the only one on here that does robotic welding stuff. The company I work for bought a Miller/Panasonic system about 2 years ago. Seeing as I was the only manufacturing engineer who knew how to weld (I actually worked in the weld shop doing production welding for a while) I was tasked with the job of designing fixturing and doing the programming. We are a fairly hi mix low volume company, so I has taken some time to get all the fixtures designed and made (it was also a huge learning experience for me) it is working out nicely for us.

    Btw, our system was designed and built by Genesis Systems group.
    Duke
    I would love to add a system like that. We are limited in size with the Farris wheel style because it has to go over or under. The dimensions we can fit safely are 18x42x84. If we have a large number of parts that need a custom fixture we can max out at 42x42x84. I'm curious how that compares to what size parts you can fit on that setup? Also what kind of weight limit do you have on each side?
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    For all of Your weld testing needs please contact me. We also specialize in robotic welding and building fixtures for your welding needs. Let me know how I can help.

    JayManufacturing.com

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