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CWC-D Cobot Welding Cell

COBOT WELDING CELL FOR FULLY AUTOMATED WELDING

Welding processes: MIG/MAG, CMT
 
Manual welding is costly in time and staffing resources. For this reason, many businesses are seeking to automate their welding processes as far as possible. The CWC-D Cobot Welding Cell is already set up to switch to automated welding. It is intuitive to control, and no programming knowledge is needed.

ARGUMENTS FOR INDUSTRIAL AND COMMERCIAL CLIENTS



COST-EFFECTIVE & PRODUCTIVE

/ Transparent investment costs

/ Profitable, even for limited batch runs

/ No programming knowledge required

/ Two-station operation for increased output



EASY PROGRAMMING & OPERATION

/ Define welding, start, and end points using buttons on the welding torch

/ Comprehensive welding program and parameters library



CE AND TÜV TESTED

/ Protective housing with automatic glare protection, integrated extraction, and collision protection

/ Automatically lowering station separation for two-station mode

INTUITIVE AND RELIABLE WELDING

Welding equipment

/ Six-axis cobot, pneumatic linear axis enables automatic station change in two-station mode

/ Easy-to-use 12" touchscreen tablet to create welding programs

/ Control panel to start production

/ Demmeler table to clamp production parts and equipment

/ Foot switch to move cobot manually

/ MIG/MAG power source

Safety booth

/ Safety-controlled doors

/ Automatic glare protection

/ Pneumatic station separation

/ Integrated fume extraction as standard

/ LED light for optimal illumination of the work area

CREATE ROBOT PROGRAMS WITHOUT PROGRAMMING KNOWLEDGE

1. Positioning cobot arm and welding torch by hand

/ Press yellow button and move the torch to the required welding position by hand. Make sure that the cobot arm and welding torch will be able to move freely during the automated welding sequences, without risk of collision, along the relevant welding paths. As a safeguard, individual points are saved on the movement axes by pressing the white button. Alternately, the cobot arm can also be moved using the foot switch or the 12" tablet.

2. Define the welding path start and end points

/ Press the yellow ARC button to define the welding path start and end points (ARC-ON/ARC-OFF).

3. Select welding job on the tablet

/ The cobot welding cell already comes with a wide selection of predefined welding jobs on the power source. Once all welding paths have been defined, all the operator needs to do is enter the welding job number (as per the reference list) and the welding speed, and then start the welding program.

WELDCONNECT APP FOR NEW WELDING PARAMETERS


/ The WeldConnect app makes it quick and easy to find new welding parameters if needed. The user enters information on the welding process, parent material, weld seam profile, and shielding gas one step at a time, and the app returns the optimum welding parameters.

ONE OR TWO STATION MODE, DEPENDING ON COMPONENT SIZE

Operation with two stations

Welding and simultaneous loading or unloading of components.

Maximum component size

600 x 600 x 600 mm.

Operation with one station

For components with a width up to 2000 mm.

Maximum component size

2000 x 600 x 600 mm.

OUTPUT MANUAL WELDING VERSUS COBOT WELDING

Cobot welding significantly increases productivity over and above manual welding. Once a welding program has been created, much higher welding speeds are achieved. In the following example, welding is twice as fast:

Wirefeeder handle, manual welding

/ Output: 20 units per hour

/ 150 seconds for assembling and welding

/ 30 seconds for handling

Wirefeeder handle, with cobot welding

/ Output: 40 units per hour

/ Same attachment

/ 25 minutes for robot programming and parameter selection

/ 50 seconds for welding

/ 40 seconds handling + assembling

/ Grinding of the rear of the component can take place during welding

MIG/MAG WELDING SYSTEM

TYP Welding Current
MIG/MAG/CMT 
 TPS 320i
PULSE
 3-320 A

WELDING CELL

Mains voltage
Dimensions
I x b x h (mm)
Weight
(kg)
 400V/N/PE
50-60 Hz
 3600 x 2200 x 2800  2540

Robot

 Number of
Axes
 Repeatability
(mm)
 Range
(mm)
 6  +/- 0,05  1300


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