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Quiz: Which ArcWorld is Right for You?

Posted by Josh Leath on Feb 11, 2019 2:52:33 PM

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Most likely, you’ve clicked on this blog because you’re thinking about robotics. Countless reports have shared the importance of automation implementation, but how can you embrace something (or spend capital dollars) when you don’t fully understand the concept? Well, as simple as ordering a half mushroom, half banana pepper pizza online, we’re here to help you figure out which pre-configured ArcWorld® robotic welding cells are best for your operation, swiping you right into the best fit possible.

Introduced in 1990, ArcWorld workcells are widely accepted in the welding industry as the gold standard for pre-engineered robotic welding solutions that seamlessly integrate robots, welding equipment, servo-controlled positioners, workcell safeguarding and software. Regularly enhanced based on customer feedback, ArcWorlds are designed and built in house to reduce cost, engineering and delivery time.

This eight-question ArcWorld Matchmaker Quiz is meant to be a helpful tool to show you that an excellent solution exists for your operations. In some cases, there may even be more than one ideal option, depending on your part mix.

 

If there are additional features you would like added, all Yaskawa ArcWorld workcells are completely customizable and can be modified to your specific manufacturing requirements and outfitted with your preferred brand of welding power supply.

To get a quote on your ArcWorld match, or to learn more about configuring the proper solution to meet your specific needs, contact us to speak to a knowledgeable consultant.

Also, be sure to check out our Robotic Welding System Payback Calculator—an ROI tool designed to help you understand the financial gains the right robotic welding cell can provide for your company.

 

Josh Leath is Product Manager, Welding – Yaskawa America, Inc., Motoman Robotics Division

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