Welding

3 off Fanuc Robotic MIG welders with payloads of up to 20 kg and reaches up to 2metres, this series is suitable for a wide range of arc welding applications again using your jigs or we can manufacture simple cost-effective jigs. All our robots are ‘turntable type’ so there is very little down time during production.

Additional welding includes manual welding and spot and projection welding up to 150Kva. All machines are fitted with automatic nut feeders to reduce cost.

At RSY Industries we take pride in offering the best welding services out there.

Welding is an activity that has been around for quite a long time. There is a huge list of metals that can be welded including Aluminum, stainless steel and various mild steel grades.

Welding is not an easy task, but with practice and expertise, you can master the skills. The art of welding demands one to be patient with the task, practice the skills and acquire the needed knowledge for performing it perfectly. Welding requires a steady hand and an eye for detail.

Well, we also have robots which work efficiently, and all our robots are ‘turntable type’ so there is very little downtime during production. All robots are too high specification manufactured by Fanuc a world leading robotic company.

Additional welding includes manual welding and spot and projection welding up to 150Kva. This process ‘fuses’ two or more materials together to form a bond. All our machines are fitted with automatic nut feeders to reduce cost.

If you’re someone who wants to know more about welding then, just keep on reading.

MIG Welding

MIG welding is one of the easier types of welding. It consists of two different types of welding. The first one uses bare wire and the second one is flux core.

Bare wire MIG welding is used to join thin pieces of metal together. Flux core MIG welding is used outdoors because it does not demand a regular flow meter or gas supply. MIG welding is usually for DIY enthusiasts and hobby welders who don’t want to invest in expensive equipment.

Stick Welding

Stick welding, also known as Arc welding, is termed as the old-fashioned way. Stick welding is a bit harder to master when compared to MIG welding. Stick welding demands a stick electrode welding rod for the process.

TIG Welding

TIG welding is the most versatile one, but it is also one of the more difficult welding techniques to learn. TIG welding demands smart usage of two hands. One hand works by feeds the rod while the other holds a TIG torch. This torch is used for creating the heat and arc, which is further used to weld most conventional metals, including aluminum, steel, nickel alloys, copper alloys, cobalt and titanium.

Plasma Arc Welding

Plasma arc welding is said to be a precision technique and is commonly used in aerospace applications where the metal thickness is 0.015 of an inch. One smart example of such an application can be on an engine blade or even an air seal. Plasma arc welding is quite similar in technique to TIG welding. In this case, the electrode is recessed and the ionizing gases inside the arc in-turn create heat.

Gas Welding

Gas welding is the least used technique and has been largely superseded by the TIG welding. Gas welding kits demand oxygen and acetylene. It’s said to be very portable. Gas welding is still sometimes used for welding bits of car exhaust back together.

With this complete list of types of welding, you can easily choose the type of welding you want to proceed with. Well, if you’re someone who needs welding services, then we are here to help