Robot welding

In response to market demand and the consolidation of technology in 2019, we added robotic welding to our production processes. It guarantees very good quality and durability of manufactured joints and welds of steel elements.

This enables us to weld individual structures as well as carry out mass production. Automated stands allow us to efficiently weld medium and large series of elements, as well as constructions of various lengths and weights.

Welding station

The two-zone welding station is a basic element of an automated system. It ensures safe and continuous execution of programmed procedures by cooperating turntables and welding robot.

Welding robot Panasonic TM-2000

The operating parameters of the Panasonic TM-2000 welding robot allows to perform programmed procedures for a wide variety of components with very high and reliable welding quality.

The precision of welding procedures is the result of using two sensors:


Touch sensor

It allows locating the welded joint by touching the welded material with a gas nozzle or welding wire before the welding process. When a deviation is detected, the welding line is automatically corrected in the program.


Welding arc sensor

It allows the torch to be guided in the connector when the detail is moved for any reason. The arc sensor detects pulse welding current changes in oscillating motion and automatically makes corrections.

Positioners / Rotators

The PANASONIC positioners are adapted to the harmonic work with the robot allowing for positioning and rotating the element during welding. Combining individual models with each other allows you to position almost any, even the most complex detail. The optional harmonic function enables full cooperation and adjustment of the rotation speed so that the robot maintains a constant welding speed during the rotation of the element. Rotators allow you to set the detail in the most convenient position for the welding process.

G2PCTool software

Panasonic DTPS 2 software was created to create off-line simulations of robotic systems. It gives our main engineer and welding robot operator the ability to easily plan, implement and perform welding procedures.

  • The possibility of system simulation with instrumentation, and the ability to check availability

  • The ability to simulate a comprehensive system

  • Possibility to edit existing programs in robots

  • Adapted to various applications - MIG / MAG, TIG, spot welding, gripping, spraying and availability

  • Programs can be created off-line - without stopping production

  • The welding time in the DTPS 2 system is calculated and shown in real time.