Inconsistent current delivery by the control can be a bigger source of failed welds than expected. Read More
Monitoring your process enables you to instantly identify problems as they occur, and remove bad welds before they leave the factory.
The “gold standard” of weld control, adaptive features allow the control and monitor to work together to identify the causes of variability and compensate for it automatically.
In this presentation, WeldComputer Founder Bob Cohen explains how resistance welding operations can increase flash [...]
A manufacturer contacted us recently with a problem: Their welding performance looked good and their [...]
Manufacturers using inverter technology in seam welding have reported decreased production throughput, reduced weld quality, [...]
Troy, NY – November 11, 2019 – WeldComputer Corporation is pleased to announce that Robert [...]
A number of factors contribute to resistance welding inconsistency, including: Inconsistent heat control Electrode force [...]
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Adaptive control regulates consistency of flash weld process while reducing power consumption. Most flash welding operations [...]
Benefits include regulating weld consistency, operating at fast production speeds, and improving weld qualityBy Robert K. Cohen [...]