Join Date: Feb 2011
Location: Eaton Rapids, Michigan
From my experience working in the industry for almost 30 years, It starts with the robotics techs that you have, If they program it it right, make sure that the pressure and heat and hold down times are correct you get a nice weld. (Spot Welds) As for the MIG welding that requires cleans tips and the correct volts and wire speed and you will get a good weld. The other factor is how the assemblies are set up in the Jigs and that they are clamped down correctly. There are many variables that determine the over all quality of a welded assembly. If it's not correct the repair people will raise hell and then it will get fixed.
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