Robotic Welding


Increased Production, Safety & Quality

Why Integrate Robotic Welding Cells?

Robotic welding is one of the most common robotic applications in the industrial sector, being driven mainly by the automotive sector for the last several decades. Robotic welding is most productive when completing high-volume, repetitive welding tasks.

With robotic welding integration, you can:

  • Decrease Employee Risk to Burns & Hazardous Fumes
  • Increase Quality & Consistency of Welds
  • Decrease Time Required to Finish The Job
  • Decrease Space Needed to Perform Tasks
  • Decrease Labor Costs

TW Automation has over 20 years of expertise in robotics and can handle all your automated metalworking integrations.

Automated Robotic Welding Systems

Ask any seasoned welder what the key is to a successful weld is and they will most likely tell you a steady hand and hands-on experience. What is more steady and consistent than taking the welding process out of human hands and instead turning it into an automated process making welds consistent, accurate and repeatable every time? Boost your efficiency and increase production with robotic welding systems.

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Types of Robot Welding Applications

Arc Welding

An electric arc between an electrode and metal base produces an intense heat to melt and intermix two parts. Arc welding is used for applications calling for high accuracy and repeatability.

Resistance Welding

A current is passed between two metal pieces of metal, a pool is formed by the resulting heat, and the two pieces are joined together. Resistance welding is the most economical form of robotic welding and is best for heat-treating projects.

Spot Welding

A type of resistance welding, spot welding joins thin metals that resist electrical currents. It’s typically used in the automotive industry to join sheet metal frames together.

MIG/TIG Welding

TIG welding is used when precision is of the utmost importance, while MIG is best for applications where system simplicity and speed are desirable.

Contact TW Automation (913) 303-9700 for new robotic integrations, as well as repair and maintenance, updates and upgrades, and even training!

Made in America

US manufacturing continues to gain strength, but there is no rising tide to lift every boat. Defending what you’ve got while seizing new opportunities requires escalating levels of manufacturing efficiency and flexibility. That’s where we come in. TW Automation builds robotic solutions for managing and growing your business. We’ve been delivering turn-key robotic solutions, along with a full range of technical and support services, since 1996.

Automated Laser Welding & Cutting

A laser generator delivers via a fiber optic cable a laser light through a robotic cutting head to weld pieces together. Laser welding, including remote laser welding for hard to reach weld locations, is often used in high volume applications that require high accuracy.

Laser cutting is commonly used in the trimming of manufacturing parts across multiple industries. Robotic laser processing is currently being employed to improve productivity and processing flexibility. Putting these robots to work in your facility will give you the proper foundation for growth.

Automating these processes with TW Automation may be beneficial for your business. Call us at 913-303-9700 or contact us today.

Robotic Plasma Arc Welding & Cutting

Plasma welding involves ionized gas passing through a copper nozzle to produce extremely high temperatures. Plasma arc welding is used when flexibility is required, as velocity and temperatures can be easily adjusted.

plasma cutter will use electrically conductive gas to transfer energy from a power supply to any conductive material, resulting in a cleaner, faster cutting process.

This is one of many enhanced robotic solutions you can integrate into your facility with TW Automation.


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