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TIG welding - tungsten inert gas welding. It is the process of electric-arc welding applying shielding gas and non-melting tungsten electrode. In TIG welding, the welding arc emerges between the workpiece and the tungsten electrode. The noble gas (argon) gushing out of the welding gun provides for the protection of the surface to be welded, the arc and the electrode against airborne pollutants. 

MIG/MAG welding - in case of this arc welding methods an electric arc emerges between the end of the robust wire electrode which is pushed continuously forward and the workpiece. The arc and the weld metal are protected by inert or active gas jet. This method is suitable for most of the materials and welding materials for a broad range of metals are available.  

Robotic Welding - the best method for optimizing the speed and quality of welding parts is the use of welding robots. The use of an adequately configured welding booth guarantees top quality joints while keeping costs low. A prerequisite for this is series manufacturing over a long period of time. Namely, commissioning of the welding robot and the production of the necessary welding template mean fixed costs and meeting these costs is only justified in case of significant order quantities.

CNC welding robot model:

Daihen Varstroj VRC FD B4L 

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