Do you know the myths and truths about robotic welding systems?
IS IT TOO EXPENSIVE FOR MY COMPANY?
The cost is one of the main doubts when we think about robotic automation. And perhaps you have heard that it would cost much more than the reality.
But, in reality, automated systems can be customized to exactly meet the needs of your company, you may only need a small robotic cell to manufacture specific parts, change annual volume, physical space, increase your production capacity or reduce waste of material in the act of welding.
Regardless of what your needs are, Powermig can perform and assist in an assessment of your business to ensure that you are getting exactly the solutions that make sense.
You may also want to consider some questions to help with the cost analysis between manual welding and robots:
- What is the price to hire qualified and trained welding operators, if you can find it?
- What types of welding and additional and precise skills can be done without errors by manual welding?
DO I NEED TO MANUFACTURE A LARGE VOLUME OF PRODUCTS TO USE AUTOMATION?
You may wonder if the volume and quantity of products your company makes would make buying a robotic system worthwhile. Answering the question, automated welding systems are great for executing large volumes of parts, but they can also be great for low volume parts, with high mixing and material change.
For many companies, the quality, consistency and cost savings that robotic welding can produce, even with a few variations in parts, can justify the robot's expenses.
The systems can contain several programs, making the transition simple, economical and personalized.
ROBOTIC WELDING WILL NOT PRODUCE GOOD QUALITY
Everyone knows that good welding matches a qualified operator. Robotic welding is qualified and faster, cheaper and more efficient, eliminating possible everyday errors that go unnoticed. Speed and consistency mean productivity, one of the main benefits of a robotic welding system.
This means that you can reduce or even eliminate rework or waste of materials knowing that what you are producing will meet any quality and customer satisfaction requirements.
Another benefit of robotic welding is that it will allow your welders to enter projects that require their skills and reduce repetitive work.
With a combination of robotic system and human employees, you will create a team to do your work even better, with a clearer cost reduction.
ROBOTIC PROGRAMMING IS COMPLICATED
Programming becomes easier every day, and our company can set up the necessary training to help its employees adapt.
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