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Automated Thin Aluminum Welding Systems

MESH Automated Thin Aluminum Welding

Parts constructed of thin aluminum, aluminum extrusion or thin gauge metals bring many benefits; they are cost-effective and they are lightweight.  Despite these benefits, these parts bring a unique and difficult production problem, thin aluminum or thin gauge metals are notoriously difficult to weld without running into issues with burnthrough, stress cracking or poor weld strength problems.  Additionally, aluminum filler wire presents another problem, it is more prone to causing jams in the wire feeder in comparison to steel filler wire.    

MESH has expertise in thin aluminum welding and thin gauge metals.  MESH’s solutions are highly reliable while still achieving reduced burnthrough, increased weld aesthetics and eliminating stress cracking, while still maintaining high welding speeds.  

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.

MESH Automation Solutions

When looking for a welding cell for aluminum or thin gauge metals, MESH has the experience and expertise to solve welding related challenges and produce a reliable, productive and quality oriented solution.

Our robotic arc welding systems focus on innovated designs, and where available, utilize pre-engineered solutions to save cost and maximize reliability and the value of the system. We factor in aspects like the quantity of welds, current quality issues, part size, base material and the cost of human labor to develop an automation solution that will get your company a decent ROI.

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