Innovative jigs and welding fixtures are the primary aid for welding engineering solutions, enabling accuracy, repeat manufacturing, and assembly of specific designs. Highlights are:
- Part Design Optimization
- Process & Line Design
- Input Part Validation
- Innovative Fixture Design
- Optimized Indexing Technology
The latest state-of-the-art welding technology is deployed with well-engineered fixtures, indexers, shuttles, and robots for high productivity. The automated lines are Industry 4.0 ready with critical data capturing and analysis modules.
Abslon manufactures a wide range of customized Robotic Welding Lines for:
- Automotive assemblies of 4 wheelers like seat frames, cross car beams (CCBS), fuel fillers, airbag housings, chassis parts, and others
- 2 wheelers frames, handlebars, center stand, swing arm, and others
- Transformer radiator fins and transformer assembly
- Aircraft engine fuel tubes
An ideal solution for efficient mechanized welding – Metal Inert Gas welding or MIG welding is a core process offered from Abslon, which yields high quality and low-cost results on all commercially available metals and alloys. When this process is carried out on a mechanized scale, this becomes a complete assembly line.
A MIG line welding occurs when an electric arc formation leads to the creation of a joint or weld, under the aegis of shielding gas. Achieving fast welding speeds, the process is used in automotive repair – leading to strong welds, rebuilding equipment, preparing a new joint/part, overlaying wear-resistant coatings, and welding pipes.
Spot welding is a common method used universally to weld sheet metal to form a vehicle. The process, where welds are held together under pressure exerted from electrodes, can be fully automated, leading to end-to-end solutions for the vehicular assembly line – an area where we hold expertise.
By directing energy at precision spots, this process helps us deliver reliable welds. It also helps avoid overheating the sheet metal and reducing weld timings.
The application of the Tungsten Inert Gas welding process leads to slower, tougher welds that are more precise on thin workpieces, especially non-ferrous materials. Abslon is proficient at using this method to weld small-diameter, thin-wall tubing, repair tools, and dies among other jobs. Resistant to corrosion and cracking over long periods, these welds make excellent choices in critical operations. It is used in small-scale industries like the bicycle industry all the way to large-scale industries like the aerospace industry.