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AL has easy-open manual doors for two independent working locations. Tooling can be changed on one side while weld- ing takes place on the other side. The Swift Arc FL features a servo table that indexes small-to-medium parts at high pro- duction rates. Loading and unloading can take place during the welding process. The Swift Arc SL robotic cell is designed for high production of larger parts. Dual trunnions manipulate the parts, allowing welded parts to be unloaded and new parts to be loaded during the welding process.
Rental Program for Robotic Welding Solutions Miller Electric Mfg. Co. (Appleton, WI) has introduced a ro- botic welding cell rental program that allows end users to test automation in their own welding operation before purchasing equipment. The program minimizes risk and the need for large capital expenditures, helping businesses meet short-run production demands. Cost to the user is estimated to be about 5% of the system list price.
The Miller PerformArc robotic welding cell at the center of a rental program is designed to reduce the risk for compa- nies who are interested in robotic welding, but are uncer- tain whether the technology is right for them.