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Addressing the Skilled Welder Shortage at FABTECH

Posted by Jennifer Katchmar on Nov 8, 2016 1:55:37 PM

 Many manufacturers nationwide are having a difficult time finding quality welders. Based on U.S. Bureau of Labor statistics, the American Welding Society (AWS) estimates a welder shortage of 372,000 in the U.S. by 2026. In order to stay in business and be competitive, forward-thinking companies are now looking into automating their processes.

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Topics: Arc Welding, Trade Shows, Programming, Spot Welding


Speaking One Language is Better Than Two

Posted by Dean Elkins on Mar 14, 2016 5:00:31 AM

In a multi-cultural world with many spoken languages, it’s beneficial to know more than one. But if you’re working with robots inside a manufacturing facility, speaking only one language is better. The singular control concept makes it easier to implement automation and save on programming costs.

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Topics: Programming, Controls, Packaging


Job Duplication - Repeatable Robotics Efficiency

Posted by Glen Ford on Jun 12, 2015 5:47:37 AM

 

Example of a robot job duplication routine outlined in the White Paper: "Job Duplication - Repeatable Robotics Efficiency"

 

Dependability and repeatability in part production are top reasons for implementing a robotic solution into a manufacturing environment. Completing a job with the same results every time and every day leads to higher productivity, improved production times and the reduction of rework costs.

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Topics: Programming


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