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|Rotate Capacity:||1000KG||Rotate Speed:||0.2-2.0rpm|
|Tilting Range:||+/-45dgr||Table Size:||600mm|
|Control Cable:||10M||Wireless Remot:||Available|
1 Ton Special L Positioner Designed for Tube Flange Elbow Pipe welding
Automated welding systems offer four main advantages: improved weld quality, increased output, decreased scrap and decreased variable labor costs.
Weld quality consists of two factors: weld integrity and repeatability. Automated welding systems ensure weld integrity through electronic weld process controllers. Combining mechanized torch and part motions with electronic recall of welding parameters results in a higher quality weld than can be accomplished manually. This offers instantaneous quality control. Furthermore, because a weld is made only once, defects are readily visible and detectable. Humans tend to "smooth over" a mistake with the torch, hiding lack of penetration or a possibly flawed weld. In some cases, leak testing and vision systems can be integrated into fully automated systems to provide additional quality control.
Repeatability is a function of the quality of the weld process controller and of the engineering of the machine motions. Mechanized welding provides repeatable input parameters for more repeatable output. Assuming the controller is functioning properly, the question becomes: Can the mechanisms of the machine position the parts or the torch within the specified tolerances for welding? The answer to this question will attest to the quality of system purchased.
It is different from a robot in that operator's continuous surveillance and intervention are essential for successful work.
A Welding-positioner helps save one's strength, it is welder friendly.
Welding parameters can be optimized for maximum weld metal deposition rate, over and above the values acceptable for manual welder's personal comfort.
Furthermore new parts of the joint are presented continuously in the most advantageous flat position so that high quality welding can be performed with high productivity.
Besides loading and unloading the positioner, the operator's task is starting and stopping the operation.
In mechanized welding, the operator keeps the weld centered along the joint, and performs minor parameter corrections as may be necessary from time to time.
A Welding-positioner can be designed for linear or for circular welding. Turning rolls are special positioners used for turning cylinders to be welded.
For circular welding in a vertical plane, the torch is placed in an appropriate location.
It is common practice to station the torch or welding head not at the top of the diameter (in the vertical plane) (the 12 o'clock position).
A somewhat displaced location, between 10 to 11 o'clock, is preferred to ensure a slightly longer solidification time and to obtain more consistent results.
It should be noted that different outcome can be obtained simply by changing the rotation direction (clockwise or counterclockwise looking from the tailstock, for the above torch position).
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