We provide the welding cell's collaborative robot (cobot) with an operating unit which stores the waypoints as well as the start and end points of the weld seam. Control also contains templates which simplify programming. This is how skilled welding professionals become programmers with just a little bit of e-learning.
Robotic welding expertise: knowing how to do it
Are you new to robotic welding? Does laser welding sound promising, but you're not sure how to prepare the components? That's OK. As our partner, you get everything you need to start right away – whether welding parameters or know-how on fixture design. And more than anything, you get a system that you can program in a flash.
This is what our customers say
We were worried that laser welding would only pay off from a high quantity. We now even weld individual pieces. I can even use an intern for this task while my specialist is preparing the next fixture.
The exceptionally easy operation is a huge advantage. Programming is normally extremely time-consuming when setting up manual welding workstations. But the TruArc Weld is very easy to operate with just a little training. This makes the transition to automated welding very quick.
Automated welding with simple programming
We rely on simple programming in the TruArc Weld 1000 and TruLaser Weld 1000 to make automated welding as easy as possible for you. This means you operate and program them intuitively and without a lot of training. You create programs offline for the TruLaser Weld 5000 while the laser welding cell is working.
Machines with added value
Techsets and welding jobs included: we give you all sorts of useful welding parameters for your robotic welding cell. Whether you weld with the electric arc or the laser: save yourself the tedious search for parameters and fall back on our collective know-how.
TRUMPF has decades of experience, particularly in laser welding – as your partner, we share this expertise with you.
Just start welding: tried and tested parameters are stored which resiliently tolerate even slight material deviations.
Speed or quality – for laser welding, you choose from different techsets for many materials and sheet thicknesses.
Vertical-down weld or upright weld - for the TruArc Weld you receive parameters for the position of the weld seam.
WeldGuide – the reference guide for successful welding
We share exclusive tips and practical expertise on anything to do with laser welding in the WeldGuide. This helps you utilize your welding systems even better and discover potential for future orders. The information database is divided into different areas: Basics, Example Parts, Configurator and Calculator.
Use the WeldGuide free of charge
This is where you can find extensive basic information on welding. Just log in for full access: all you need is a MyTRUMPF account.
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