Weld Cell Preventive Maintenance

Weld Cell Preventive Maintenance

, by Jim Ryan, 1 min reading time

Detailed tips on this from Eric Walton at Fabricating & Metalworking, who focuses on the MIG gun. At the same site Andrew Marchand chimes in with details about maintaining the peripherals and accessories. (Walton raises the issue of wire cast and reamers. You can find more on those here and here, respectively.)

Overviews and gentle reminders are given here:

General industrial robot maintenance overviews are given by SDC and Yaskawa.

If you're thinking, "Yeah, I think maybe I need to farm this out," then ICR can get you started thinking about this, and Robotiq advises on how to choose an external service.

However, the first step you should take is to use Weld Dynamix proxes, cables, and cable protection. They don't burn out. No more periodic replacement of those components in your weld cells. The proxes and cables are coated with Activstone so weld spatter bounces off and away. The cable protection does the same thing where you don't have time to disconnect your current cables; just slip the protection on in a couple of seconds. Our robust prox mounts also reduce maintenance headaches.

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