We’ve just returned from MACH 2018, where it was great to get together with other members of the automation industry for a short period of time. From welding & robotics to machining & electronics, every section of the industry was in attendance across the vast expanse of the NEC’s gargantuan halls.
Bauromat backed motorcycle rider Will Bryant participated in an additional Friday testing session at Brands Hatch last week after the opening rounds of the 2018 season were cancelled.
Bauromat can today confirm that it will sponsor WIB Racing motorcycle rider Will Bryant for the entirety of the 2018 season.
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.