Copper welding has excellent thermal conductivity, electrical conductivity, corrosion resistance, strength, and ductility, and is easy to process. Copper welding produces clean and aesthetically pleasing welds that require very little post-processing.
Iron welding can be applied to metals of various thicknesses, offering high strength and durability. It can also be used to manufacture complex-shaped parts.
Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding can reduce alloy element burn-off to achieve dense, spatter-free, high-quality welds. It can weld almost all metals, especially some refractory metals. TIG welding produces high-strength and aesthetically pleasing welds, with high quality and efficiency.
The OTC welding robot has a coaxial cable design that prevents cable bending and minimizes interference between cables and fixtures for smoother operation. The new advanced 7-axis welding robot has added a 7th axis for wrist-like motion, allowing for seamless circular welding without the need for a positioner, increasing the productivity of automated welding.