Caterpilar 005

Here you will find pictures of Mig/Mag Robot installations with the Pneumatic Feed Assist (PFA).

  • Robot at gantry welding excavator buckets, wire feed made possible with PFA-unit
  • Welding of Aluminum loading docks with 1,6mm welding wire from 80 kg drums. Wire conduit is mounted along robot arm to avoid catch of conduit. Made possible with PFA unit on top of drum.
  • Robot at 12 meter track with drum outside of installation and left at pallet. Change of drum is done within a few minutes. Total cable length is 18 meter. PFA-Unit is on top of drum.
  • The PFA-unit made it possible to leave the drum at the ground instead of placing them on top of the installation. This small difference saves hugh ammounts of time by chaning the drum.
  • Welding 13 meter profiles with drum outside of welding installation. Wire conduit is in drag chain. Made possible with PFA unit.
  • Rabot at gantry with drums standing at the back of the gantry. Wire feed made possible with PFA-unit
  • Robot at gantry welding aluminium. drum placed at the back of the gantry and wire feed made possible with PFA unit
  • Huge gantry robot system with drum placed outside the welding cell. Only made possible with the Pneumatic wire feed assist unit
  • Robot at large gantry system. Pneumatic Feed Assist unit made with wall mount for easy access and replacement of drum
  • Robot at Gantry welding roof-racks made out of aluminium, drum is placed at the back of the gantry and wire feed if made possible with the PFA-unit
  • Robot at gantry combinated with a track for welding excavator buckets. Wire is feeded from outside the welding cell using the Pneumatic Feed Assist unit
  • Robot in old situation is welding with spools, in the new situation the drum is placed outside the welding cell where it can be easily replaced. Made possible with the PFA-unit
  • Robot at X-Y-Z gantry. Wire is feeded through several dragchains and only possible by using the Pneumatic Feed Assist unit
  • Robot at large X-Y-Z gantry system. Welding with wire from drums only made possible by use of the PFA-unit