Pre-engineered weld cells can be dropped into existing workflows and put into operation with much of the basic tooling your manual welders are already using.

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K-zell Metals discusses the benefits of robotic welding systems

Pre-engineered weld cells can be dropped into existing workflows and put into operation with much of the basic tooling your manual welders are already using.

According to Jim Benjamin, quality assurance manager and robotic welding supervisor, at K-zell Metals, the design of each cell also allows for nearly 100-percent robot run time.

Water circulates through external components to the nozzle, keeping front-end consumables running cooler and lasting longer.

Offline programming helps K-zell Metals keep the robots on the floor working while new parts are programmed on a computer desktop.