Robot welding

Robot welding is the ideal production method for serial production or welding large assemblies. The machine’s accuracy enables a high and consistent quality, and in the case of serial production it represents substantial cost savings compared to hand welding.

Dulasta has been working with welding robots since 1990 and has built up a great deal of experience and expertise. We have no fewer than 13 welding robots, of different capacities up to a maximum length of 18 metres, which means we can robotically weld large-size assemblies. The robots’ welding programmes are programmed offline, using sophisticated software which allows us to simulate and (if necessary) optimise the entire welding cycle before it’s even begun. 

All our welding robots are equipped with a seam detecting system which enables the robot to accurately track the product’s position on the mould and determine where the weld needs to be made. Seam-tracking technology enables all our robots to compensate for any movements caused by the heat. These technologies help us to deliver the highest possible quality standards.

The welding robots are used in conjunction with external manipulation axes on which products are fixed using a quick-change system. This ensures that products can always be manoeuvred into the optimal position for robot welding.