To truly address the skilled welder shortage we need to rethink our entire welding automation approach.
At Hirebotics, we strive to develop new solutions, such as our Cobot Welder, to address this problem by empowering your actual welders to program and work with the welding cobot!
In brief, we augment your business with ground-breaking technologies that empower your actual workforce and solve your labor shortage.
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Struggling to find and retain skilled welders to meet your current production demands? Many automation solutions exist, but investing in traditional arc welding automation will simply substitute your challenge of hiring and retaining skilled welders with hiring and retaining skilled robot programmers.
Empowering your existing workforce to be part of the solution will keep your existing welders engaged (and employed!) with your organization longer.
Collaborative welding robots can take over monotonous and repetitive weld jobs. They offer consistency and quality welding as they take over the monotonous jobs. This frees your experienced welders for other more critical and value-added tasks.
The efficiency of welding cobots allows your company to be able to accept more jobs. It can also lower your lead time. The quality and the speed of weld jobs are an advertisement in themselves. This can help drive people to your business and give you the bandwidth to accept them.
Our latest welding robot solution uses a Universal Robot cobot and a proprietary smartphone application. Empower your welders to teach the robot without prior robotic knowledge.Learn More →
Unleash the power of your cobots with Beacon, a free software solution that provides a robust toolset to help you understand how your application is running and gain visibility into issues to proactively support production.Learn More →
As the name connotes, robotic welding is welding automation that uses a welding robot arm to weld. In this type of welding, the robot moves the torch along the joint to weld the pieces together.
There are two kinds of robotic welding: automatic and semi-automatic.
There are many advantages to adding a robotic welder to your process. Let's discuss the few important ones here.
Not only we can, but it brings great advantages for medium to small welding operations.