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Automated Resistance Welding Systems

MESH Automated Resistance Welding Systems

Resistance welding is one of the most common joining methods used in today’s manufacturing environment. Resistance welding often produces strong and clean joints, free from spatter, and is often seen as a more reliable process to use on thinner material compared with arc welding. Additionally, resistance welding does not result in penetrations in the base material like riveting, which is of major benefit to items like electrical cabinets or tanks that are required to be leak-proof. Lastly, the process is very cost-effective for manufacturers, having almost no consumables other than the electrodes.

MESH Automation, Inc. often incorporates resistance welding in with other manufacturing solutions such as capacitive discharge or drawn arc stud welding machines. MESH also produces standalone automation solutions for resistance welding, such as flexible robotic spot welding, robotic resistance welding, robotic projection welding, or dedicated resistance welding machines.

MACStud3D

The MACStud3D (MESH Automation Cell for stud welding) is a professional-grade, pre-engineered, robotics-based flexible automation cell.

MACStud2D

The MACStud2d (Gantry format for automated stud welding) is a professional-grade, pre-engineered, gantry-based flexible automation cell.

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MACArc

The MACArc (MESH Automation Cell for arc welding) is a professional-grade, pre-engineered, robotics-based flexible automation cell.

MACControl

The MACControl is a highly functional and flexible robot cell controller with standard features and component specifications that rival today’s best industrial control systems.

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