The Next Generation of Robotic Welding
Arc welding robots
Our Arc Welding Robots offer a safe, reliable and cost-effective welding solution for automated manufacturing. They are built to last.
Spot Welding robots
With spot a welding robot, you can increase productivity and reduce lead times by welding components in precise locations. We have various models to suit your needs
Laser Welding Robots
To automate the production of a wide range of steel structures, laser beam welding robots are the perfect solution.
Robotic Arms and Jigs
We can provide robotic arms, grippers and jigs for your specific needs to perfectly complement our range of welding robots.
Advantages of using a welding robot in manufacturing
Provides consistent results with a consistent quality
Convenient, saves time and is flexible
Automated welding means less human error and more accuracy
Beneficial to businesses for cost savings in labour
Improve safety standards for workers around live electricity and heavy machinery
Features of our Welding Robots
Support for Profinet, EtherCAT, Ethernet
IP 54 Rated
Repeatability of 0.04mm
60% Arc-on time
Our highly skilled team of engineers are accredited to program and customise KUKA robots for your needs, no matter what your business is, and we've been robotic specialists for over 30 years.
Robycs Technology is Australia's trusted robotic welding provider.
Over 30 years of experience in Robotics
Extensive list of satisfied clients
Official KUKA system partner
Experienced robotic automation specialists
Fully custom robotic solutions
Industries We Serve
At Robycs Technology, we provide a range of robotic welding applications to suit a range of industries.
The automotive industry is ideally suited for robotic welding because the parts are rigid and easy to manipulate. Robotic arms can be programmed to weld individual pieces of car bodywork together with no need for human intervention
A welding robot can be used for manufacturing parts and components for the construction industry. Robotic welding is perfect for fabricating metal structures that may be too heavy or difficult to weld by hand.
Medical device manufacturing
For small and delicate components used in medical devices, robotic welding offers the precision that is required for high-quality, durable welds.
The aerospace industry demands high quality, durable welds on both metal and plastic components. Robotic welding is the perfect solution, with welds of consistent quality every time.
All Types of Robotic Welding Processes
Our robotic welders can perform a wide range of processes.
The use of robotic welders offers significant advantages over other methods for manufacturing components with high levels of precision. Our robots can make accurate welds on both metal and plastic parts through a range of various automated process types including arc welding, resistance welding and laser welding.
In addition, there is no need for human intervention in order to create quality, durable welds every time - making them ideal for industries that demand consistent perfection. These include medical device manufacturers, construction companies or even aerospace industry which demands high standards from its workmanship.
Frequently Asked Questions
How does robotic welding work?
Robot welding is a process where two pieces of metal are welded together using a welding arc fixed to a robotic arm. This type of welding does not need human intervention and the arm can be programmed to do complex moves without any errors, meaning there's no chance for mistakes or poor quality work.
How are welding robots used in manufacturing?
Robotic welding systems are an often under-utilised process, in large part due to their high initial cost. However, it has many advantages over other methods for manufacturing components with high levels of precision.
Robotic welders offer significant benefits such as the ability to make accurate welds on both metal and plastic parts through the range of various welding processes.
In addition, there is no need for human intervention in order to create quality, durable welds every time - making them ideal for industries that demand consistent perfection. These include medical device manufacturers, construction companies or even the aerospace industry which demands the utmost precision.
Several industries are now beginning to recognise that these machines will have an essential role in their future success - taking over where humans cannot work safely due to hazardous environments.
Robotic Welding compared to manual welding
Robotic welding technology offers several benefits compared to the manual welding process. Firstly, it is much more accurate - giving the welds that are created with robots an accuracy rate of +/- 0.06mm compared to manual welding which ranges from +/-0.16 mm to +/-0.0082 mm in most cases (and can be even less than this). Secondly, robotic joints are very durable and will not wear down or break as easily as those made by humans thanks to their precision-machined surfaces; thirdly they do not need any sort of protective gear like gloves or masks so are safer for people who work alongside them on-site too.
Robycs Technology robots are also highly flexible - capable of handling tasks such as welding alongside products or components which might move (such as a crane) whilst it welds them together to make sure that the project is still completed. This saves money for organisations who need to only purchase one robot with these abilities rather than multiple robots because they all have different capabilities.
What Robotic Welding Can Do For Your Business
A robotic welding system can benefit your business by providing a faster welding process; being safer and more accurate; having no need for protective gear like gloves or masks; not getting distracted from their work so taking care of any product backlog much quicker when compared to manual methods. A Welding Robot can be programmed to do the same job over and over again, day after day with no breaks or holidays.
The benefits of automated welding are clear: less expensive investment in equipment; safer work environment without risks from sparks, slag and grinding fumes; increased accuracy and productivity due to minimal operator fatigue because welders can be on the tool for hours at a time which would not be possible with manual methods.
Finally, Robotic Welding Systems offer an unbeatable throughput rate that cannot even come close to being matched by human labour alone. This means you could have your products completed four times as quickly when compared to traditional production rates! So if it's more profitable projects that you're looking for then investing in robotic welding
Welding robots and automated assembly lines for Australian industry
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- Raymond Sanchez, CEO.