The Welder - December 9, 2022
To boost the curb appeal of open welder positions, fabrication shops, and manufacturers inevitably need to invest in technologies that can upskill welders and tap into their curiosity and creativity. New solutions like welding cobots and dedicated apps democratize technology and lower the barrier of entry.
MetalForming Magazine - November 22, 2022
After some research, Moye and the Advanta Southeast team acquired a collaborative welding robot (cobot) from Hirebotics, Nashville, TN, to test it out. Hirebotics’ cobot welder uses an intuitive smartphone app that guides welders of all skill levels in enabling the cobot to work on any type of welding job in just minutes.
Automation World - June 22, 2021
The new Cobot Welder system from Hirebotics, featuring Universal Robots’ UR10e collaborative robot, can be programmed with Hirebotics’ Beacon smartphone app, eliminating the need for programming skills.
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Hirebotics has introduced the Cobot Welder, Powered by BeaconTM, a simple-to-use collaborative robot welding system. Ready to use out of the box, the unit comes with all the hardware and software required for automated welding...
Hirebotics’ Cobot Welder, Powered by BeaconTM, is a complete, user-friendly collaborative robot (cobot) welding system that enables painless automated welding deployments. “The Cobot Welder is a major leap forward in easy-to-use welding automation that combines industrial grade robot welding functionality with consumer level ease-of-use and a phenomenal price point,” says Rob Goldiez, Cofounder and CEO, Hirebotics.
Nowhere in manufacturing is the shortage of labor felt as urgently as in the welding sector, which is now facing an acute shortage of welders nationwide. The industry’s hiring challenge, combined with the struggle metal fabrication companies experience in producing quality parts quickly and in small runs, prompted Hirebotics to develop the BotX Welder.
Hirebotics understands that an automation solution is much more than purchasing new equipment. Their business model enables customers to hire a robot, trained and ready, to perform a job just as they would a contract employee.
Pioneer Metal Finishing has hired two robots, paying them each an hourly wage, for labor-intensive jobs that once belonged to people.
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