Founded in 1987 to offer better, less wasteful ways to manage the welding process, WeldComputer is entering its fourth decade with the introduction of a new, intuitive touch-control panel; and the rewarding of a new U.S. Patent to founder/CEO Bob Cohen. The patent covers a new process that provides a practical method for instrumenting new […]
WeldComputer Corporation has announced its latest U.S. patent for new technology that will benefit resistance welding operations around the world. This technology has allowed the company to introduce an innovative new process that provides a practical method for instrumenting new and existing welding guns to obtain real-time information needed to assess and control the quality […]
Which is better for performing precision welding, a low friction pneumatic cylinder or a servo motor? High performance monitoring of the welding process makes the answer obvious.
WeldComputer makes a full range of resistance welding controls that allow manufacturers in a wide range of industries, to reduce variability and problem welds, making a higher-quality product with fewer failures. Now, the industry’s smartest weld controllers have gotten more intuitive, with a unique, new touch-screen option that simplifies their operation. Users get all the […]
Troy, NY, April 22, 2016 – WeldComputer, the technology leader in resistance welding, has announced the sale of a WeldComputer® Multi-Variable Inverter Adaptive Control to Lynch Brothers Manufacturing. Lynch Brothers is an ISO9001/AS9100 certified supplier to the Aerospace Industry focusing on CNC machining, sheet metal and tubing fabrication, welding, and heat treating. The equipment was […]
Adaptive control regulates consistency of flash weld process while reducing power consumption. Most flash welding operations have high scrap rates and and power consumption due to the complexity and demands of the application. WeldComputer(R) inverter controls reduce energy demands, while providing for more precise flashing control. By adding monitoring and adaptive capabilities, flashing distance and upset […]
Benefits include regulating weld consistency, operating at fast production speeds, and improving weld quality By Robert K. Cohen Making a gas-tight seal with a seam welding machine involves making a series of overlapping spots. Each spot produced should be a fully formed nugget that is free of expulsion. Using too little heat produces an undersized spot, which can cause a leak. Using too much […]