Economical automation of welding.
Great physical effort is demanded of the welders where very long weld seams of high quality are required. Mechanised welding is the solution.
Relieved professionals. Warranted high-quality long weld seams.
Mechanised welding can be used, for example, as a partially automated welding application:
Increase your welding production performance and connect your Lorch power sources to the Lorch welding tractors. The welding tractor ensures continuous torch guidance while the welder focuses entirely on setting the welding parameters. This increases the welder's productivity and weld seam quality alike.
Further advantages of mechanised welding.
Mechanised and semi-automated welding has even more advantages: The introduction of heat becomes more controllable and causes less distortion. Repetition and reproducibility reduce stress. The greater distance from the torch improves even the welder’s working situation.
Advantages and disadvantages of mechanised welding.
- Reproducible seams
- Low rework
- Saving production time and consumables
- MIG-MAG and TIG applications possible
- Not suitable for every application segment
MIG-MAG or TIG? Comparison of mechanised welding.
- Minimal rework and low distortion
- Low costs for additional material
- Outstanding thin-sheet properties
Mechanised TIG welding.
- Spatter free welding
- Visually high-quality weld seams
- Particularly high weld seam quality
Our solutions for mechanised welding
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