Servo motors drive motorised servo weld heads, and an external control box controls their programming. For the resistance welding process to be successful, force must be applied and controlled. Weld head is the term used to describe the mechanical system that enables this.
The weld head’s primary job is to hold and press the workpieces together when welding (together with the welding electrodes).
As the workpieces melt together, the weld head provides the welding current route, welding pressure or force, triggers (initiates) the weld current, provides follow-up force as the workpieces melt together, and cools the workpieces after the weld.
The Global Motorized Servo Weld Head market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
The AWS3 Servo Motorised Active Resistance Welding System from Amada Weld Tech Europe is the best in the business. The system combines a motorised welding head, motorised welding pincer, or compacting unit from the FM series with an inverter power supply from the IS-Q line.
With this integrated solution, process control, monitoring, and quality analysis are all combined into one high-end system that makes it possible to set parameters fast and precisely.
This cleanroom-proof device may be used in a range of industrial applications thanks to its high rigidity, fast speed, electrode impact sensitivity, and precise electrode position control.
To name a few, these include electronics, medical engineering, and automobile applications.The system is simple to use, clever, and highly engaging for operators. With only one knob to push and spin and the option of a touch screen, the operational panel stands out for its simplicity of use.
With an intelligent design, status line, menu bar, and interactive user guide, the bilingual user interface and operation idea are both highly intuitive.
There are basic and complex versions of the AWS3 Servo Motorized System available. In addition to force and speed control, ethernet connectivity, static monitoring, remote service capabilities, and force or displacement measurement are all included in the basic version.
Additionally, the advanced version features graphical waveform, SPC, and CAN open as well as profibus or Ethernet/IP choices. It also offers extra dynamic process driving.
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