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Case Study; Partner in Heavy Welding Installations. Client Wolf Robotics, U.S.A. Application Arc welding Key Drivers & Benefits Robots spare workers for the most dangerous work Robots handle the most difficult and demanding applications

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Case study partner in heavy welding installations
Case Study; Partner in Heavy Welding Installations

Client

  • Wolf Robotics, U.S.A.

    Application

  • Arc welding

    Key Drivers & Benefits

  • Robots spare workers for the most dangerous work

  • Robots handle the most difficult and demanding applications

  • Calibration tool for tool center point has greatly reduced downtime

  • Simulation and off-line programming software provide an accurate estimation of cycle

  • Simulation and off-line programming software is a proven time-saver on the production floor

    More information in Metal Magazine May 2006, page 7-9

“It’s an integral part of the system in regard to the heavy welding tools and the adaptive capability. If you look at the install base of the ABB, you’re going to see customers with systems with hundreds of thousands of hours on a 20-year-old or older product.”

Christ Norris, marketing manager, Wolf Robotics


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