[heading subtitle=”” size=”2″ heading_class=”style-3″ heading_style=”style-1″]Automated Welding[/heading]

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
[heading subtitle=”” size=”2″ heading_class=”style-3″ heading_style=”style-1″]MIG[/heading]

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.

[heading subtitle=”” size=”2″ heading_class=”style-3″ heading_style=”style-1″]Spot[/heading]

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.

[heading subtitle=”” size=”2″ heading_class=”style-3″ heading_style=”style-1″]TIG[/heading]

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.