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Robotic welding cell integrators in the Midwest

rbmgf7

Aluminum
Joined
Oct 18, 2017
We have an old OTC/Daihen welding cell with a turntable that is finally taking its last dump. We've resurrected this thing to the point I'm going to tell management we need a new robot. Last tech said this is the last of it in regards to parts. It's 20 years old and worn out from the days of mass-pro, 3 day shifts. We'd be looking to just replace the robot and wire feed welder into the existing cell.

OTC (through Airgas) is referring us to someone relatively local that are machine builders but this doesn't quite seem like their cup of tea.

Can anyone recommend any robotic welding integrators in the Midwest? I'm in mid Missouri. We're open to other welding brands like Fanuc, Motoman, ABB, etc.
 

Strostkovy

Stainless
Joined
Oct 29, 2017
We have an old OTC/Daihen welding cell with a turntable that is finally taking its last dump. We've resurrected this thing to the point I'm going to tell management we need a new robot. Last tech said this is the last of it in regards to parts. It's 20 years old and worn out from the days of mass-pro, 3 day shifts. We'd be looking to just replace the robot and wire feed welder into the existing cell.

OTC (through Airgas) is referring us to someone relatively local that are machine builders but this doesn't quite seem like their cup of tea.

Can anyone recommend any robotic welding integrators in the Midwest? I'm in mid Missouri. We're open to other welding brands like Fanuc, Motoman, ABB, etc.

We just bought the welder, positioner, and robot arm from OTC and bolted it all down in a welding booth originally meant for a human welder. The positioner mount and beam are pretty trivial to make yourself. We were up and running the same day our training tech arrived.
 








 
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