Prime Minister Boris Johnson visited one of Bauromat UK Limited’s customers in Sunderland in January, as the Government held a cabinet meeting in the North East on Brexit Day.Continue reading “Prime Minister Visits Bauromat UK Limited Customer”
What Makes a Standard?
Despite our range of standard systems being designed for various automated welding purposes, it is extremely difficult to define what a ‘standard’ is. No two welding requirements are the same, so why should our systems be? We simply use the standard concepts as a base and shape it to suit exactly what the customer requires.
We’ve recently shipped a HiArc 200M, one of our standard robotic welding systems, to Clamason Industries, a European leader in the manufacture of precision pressings and stampings.
Considering the system was one of our standards from the HiArc series, we thought it’d be a great opportunity to profile the system as a whole, what it consists of and how it will be integrated by the customer.
Bespoke Welding System
There’s a somewhat large presence on our shop floor, continuing to grow both horizontally and vertically, taking up a large portion of the work shop and seemingly sprouting new parts on an almost weekly basis. While that may seem somewhat ominous and like we’ve been taken over by a genetically enhanced fungus, fear not. It’s simply our latest bespoke welding system – and it’s one of the largest systems we’ve built to date.
Exhaust Welding System
Earlier this week, we shipped our latest, fully automated turnkey MIG exhaust welding system. The cell, which will be installed in the UK at a leading exhaust manufacturer, will produce parts in high quantities for the automotive industry and has been designed, manufactured and commissioned completely in-house by our team of skilled engineers and technicians.