Available in 2500lb or 6500lb capacity.
The ARC-05HVTe is an automated system that has the capability to weld in the horizontal and vertical position, or and any angle between the 0 and 90-degree positions on the ID and OD of cylindrical parts.
The ability to position part improves bead shape, weld chemistry, and improves overall ease of operation and usability of the welding process at high deposition rates.
The ARC-08P has a simplified control unit for automatic drill pipe hardbanding. The system automatically steps between bands with programmable a stop. It includes a complete GMAW welding package, headstock with 3-jaw chuck, controls, and cross slides. Tilting & Data-logging options are available.
The ARC-08T has a simplified control unit for automatic tool joint hardbanding. The system automatically steps between bands with programmable a stop. It includes a complete GMAW welding package, headstock and tail stack, controls, cross slides. Induction heating option available.
The rod base welding process utilizes a robot-controlled system with the capacity to handle 4’ to 20’ screen lengths with an OD range of 4” to 20” to weld screen to couplings by using the GMAW process. The control system has the ability to store weld schedules and real-time override capabilities. The base of the machine is a steel plate for mounting equipment. The torch is manipulated by a robot mounted to the base. A thru-hole headstock with dual auto chucking assembly for holding the screen and coupling during welding. The screen is manipulated by the rotating screen travel support assembly which moves in the horizontal and vertical axis. The screen also rotates 180 degrees to weld the other end without having to handle the screen twice. The screens are stored on the screen rack manually prior to welding. The screen rach is gravity fed and introduces one screen at a time by utilizing a singulator to the rotating screen travel support assembly.
This robotic welding system utilizes multiple tilt and rotate positioners to produce GMAW with a KUKA robotic arm. The system provides increased productivity, portability, and improves safety with advanced sensors.
Small job shops struggling with the budget, programming, and space requirements of traditional welding robots now have an alternative solution: The new SnapWeld Collaborative Robot Welding package developed by Arc Specialties Inc. and Universal Robots is a cobot-assisted, interactive welding system that can be deployed easily and flexibly in existing, manual welding booths, eliminating the need for costly new robotic cells.