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Posted: 10/26/2017 6:15:06 PM by Jennifer Katchmar
Topics: Arc Welding, Handling, Machine Vision, Spot Welding, Trade Shows

Improve turnaround time. Respond to changing needs. Deliver consistent quality. Maintain low price points. These are your customers' demands.

At this year’s FABTECH, visit the Yaskawa booth (B17020) to learn about the technologies that can help ramp up your time to market, enable quick changeovers to handle a broader mix of product variations, and consistently create the highest quality parts.

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Posted: 8/31/2017 6:42:53 PM by Zane Michael
Topics: Arc Welding, Automotive, manufacturing

As manufacturers transition to aluminum parts to meet customer demand, many of the old welding tricks that work with steel go straight out the window. Being successful with aluminum means using new techniques that maintain quality and control material costs. Read More

Posted: 3/9/2017 2:15:04 PM by Jennifer Katchmar
Topics: Arc Welding, Collaborative, Handling, Machine Vision, New Technologies, Trade Shows

There may be several paths to maintain and expand your business, but how do you know which is the right choice? And while you’re busy navigating the options, your competition may be approaching your customers with promises of better, cheaper and faster deliverables. Maybe now is the right time to consider automation. Read More

Posted: 1/25/2017 2:30:15 PM by Chris Anderson
Topics: Arc Welding, Automotive, manufacturing, Tips and Tools

Manufacturers of over-the-road vehicles (also referred to as OTR or long-haul trucks), and to a lesser degree car manufacturers, are improving fuel economy and reducing the weight of their vehicles with aluminum. Assembling frames, trailers and other components made of aluminum requires welding, and there are important differences between robotically welding steel components versus those made of aluminum. Read More

Posted: 11/8/2016 4:05:27 PM by Jennifer Katchmar
Topics: Arc Welding, Programming, Spot Welding, Trade Shows

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. Read More
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