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K-zell Metals Discusses Offline Programming for Robotic Welding

K-Zell metals discusses the benefits of offline programming in robotic welding applications. Offline programming allows for the bulk of programming to take place off of the shop floor while the robot continues to work in the weld cell.

K-zell Metals Increases Productivity, Quality with Robotic Welding

At a time when manufacturers are looking for new ways to diversify and compete against global competition, K-zell Metals, Inc. of Phoenix has been proactive in anticipating changes in the market through process improvement. This includes adding two pre-engineered robotic weld cells that have helped K-zell increase productivity and more aggressively bid work.

K-zell Metals Makes the Case for Robotic Welding

K-zell Metals discusses the advantages of robotic welding with PerformArc pre-engineered weld cells.

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Robot welding part secured in fixture, inside a Miller PerformArc® pre-engineered cell

How to Drive Improvement with an Existing Welding Power Source Fleet

Utilizing external weld monitoring solutions allows companies to gain insight into quality and productivity metrics on any brand of power source, old or new, so they can drive continuous improvements in their welding operation.
Advanced automated welding equipment

Reach Your Welding Automation Goals With Advanced Processes

Implementing advanced welding processes featured on power sources already in use — or investing in newer machines with these capabilities — can help companies take their automated welding operation to the next level.
Close-up of an aluminum weld made using AC welding

Advances in Aluminum Robotic Welding

Aluminum presents several challenges during the welding process, such as burn-through, warping or lack of fusion. Learn about robotic welding systems.