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The “Hot Start” function in a welding machine is employed to facilitate and enhance the initial welding process. This feature ensures increased power and voltage during the welding ignition, aiding in easier electrode ignition and the establishment of a stable arc.
When the “Hot Start” function is activated, the welding machine temporarily amplifies the output voltage or power at the commencement of the welding process. This is typically necessary for welding materials that encounter challenges in arc ignition, such as thick materials, dirty or rusty electrodes, or materials with an oxidized coating.
The initial high current or voltage provided by the “Hot Start” feature aids in removing the oxide layer on the material’s surface and swiftly establishing and maintaining a stable arc. This allows the electrode to heat rapidly, facilitating material melting with fewer complications.
Once the arc is established and stable, the “Hot Start” feature is generally disabled, and welding continues at the conventional output power or voltage setting. The utilization of the “Hot Start” function depends on the type of welding and materials, as well as the specific requirements of the welding procedure.
ARC FORCE is a welding machine feature that enhances arc stability and control. It automatically adjusts electric current, ensuring a stable arc, even with changes in welding conditions. This function is especially helpful for electrodes with long arcs, preventing spattering and providing control over penetration depth. Some machines allow customizable ARC FORCE levels for quicker or more gradual adjustments. It’s a valuable tool for welders, improving welding quality and reducing errors.
Wave Pulse is a feature that extends the range of operation by utilizing an AC/DC pulse (0.5-32 Hz). In the AC/MIG welding process, the new Wave Pulse feature regularly regulates control over the welding current, wire feed speed, and monitors the melting during welding.
Advantages of the Wave Pulse feature:
- Reduction in the formation of gas bubbles.
- Optimized gap bridging.
- Ability to create a weld bead with similar scalablility to TIG welding.
- Effective gap bridging and an excellent weld appearance.
Furthermore, by using the OTC Wave Pulse feature, a weld appearance similar to TIG welding can be achieved. The benefits of this feature include:
- Minimal porosity formation.
- Outstanding gap bridging.
- Controlled heat input.
- Weld appearance resembling TIG welding.
Reduction in the formation of gas bubbles.
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When deciding on the implementation of a robotic welding system, the crucial factor is not the size of the company but rather considering potential challenges with personnel, quality, or the need for increased output capacity. It is essential to consult with our experts during an informative meeting to assist you in selecting an appropriate robotic solution based on the specific needs of your company.
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Implementing a robotic welding system brings numerous advantages, including increased market competitiveness, reduced production costs, improved output capacity, enhanced product quality, and ensuring greater employee safety. Robotization is the answer to the challenges of the modern business environment, particularly in the realm of the shortage of skilled labor.
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The price of welding robots has decreased in recent years, with more affordable models also available, suitable for smaller companies. When assessing costs, it is essential to focus on analyzing welding expenses, comparing current costs with potential savings that the robotic solution brings in the long run. It is important to consider that welding robotization brings numerous advantages that outweigh any potential risks or initial higher investment costs. In addition to reducing production costs and improving product quality, welding robotization enables greater automation, contributing to increased precision, speed, and consistency in the execution of welding processes. It also facilitates easier management and control of production and ensures greater employee safety.
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