For years, traditional industrial welding automation has helped large companies address labor shortages, variable cost overruns, difficult production targets and quality issues. Without those large capital budgets, however, automation had previously been out of reach for small to mid-size manufacturers. But now, flexible, easy-to-program and quick-to-deploy collaborative robots are changing the landscape of welding automation… all for a fraction of the cost of traditional industrial robots.
This 60-minute webinar will cover:
Mitch Dupon, Application Development Engineer, Universal Robots
Mitch Dupon graduated from Conestoga College in Canada with a degree in Welding Engineering. After spending 10 years with Panasonic Factory Automation, Mitch worked in the welding robotics group at KUKA Robotics.
Currently at Universal Robots, Mitch has travelled the world from North America, Mexico, India Germany to Denmark, installing and implementing welding automation. His experience ranges from installation, service and sales of welding automation in high production automation environments to simple pre-engineered cells at small and medium sized businesses. He is passionate about welding and all the opportunities it provides to small and medium-sized companies looking to automate their high mix / low volume production with a solution that has never existed before. The collaborative welding tool.