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New Ways to Inspect Robotically Welded Parts

Alan Rooks
By Alan Rooks Editor in Chief, Manufacturing Engineering

Applications for robotic welding systems continue to grow, and those systems are becoming more sophisticated and agile. In this podcast, Editor In Chief Alan Rooks talks with Erwin DiMalanta, director-welding and cutting business line for ABB Robotics (Auburn Hills, MI) about emerging trends in robotic welding, lightweighting in the automotive and aerospace sectors and other issues. He also explores ABB’s new Robotic Inspection System, which was developed through a collaboration between ABB and NUB3D, which develops digital, 3D inspection and quality-control solutions. The 3D white-light scanning sensor can access most areas of both simple and complex parts.

 

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