The jobs at ARC Specialties keep getting bigger and so do the robots.
- Post Date: November 22, 2021
Robots can’t weld/paint/cut/or grip a part that they can’t reach. An envelope study or reach study is one of the most basic steps in the design of a system. Yet even today with advanced tools like Robotmaster offline programming software we still see systems fail when envelope limitations are not considered.
It amazes me how many robotic welding applications are still done without sensors and software to adapt to part variations. Without adaptive control, you need precise part shape and placement, plus a precise tool center point (TCP) or you produce bad welds.
We also thrive on being a full-service integrator that will be there every step of the way to help streamline your automation project. We offer on-site and off-site training, welding procedure qualifications, installation, remote diagnostics, process development, and automation assessments.
Elevating Manufacturing Begins with Efficiency
There’s a common misconception in the manufacturing industry that automation and robots are set to sweep in and take jobs from hard-working humans.
That simply isn’t the case. Robots aren’t here to take jobs from Americans.