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When people ask us why we’re so positive about automation, we’re baffled. Not because it’s a difficult question, but because it’s an easy one.
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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 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.
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.