Re-introduction of arc

When there is rust, oil and other debris at the arc starting point of the workpiece, this can lead to arc starting failure. This can be effectively prevented by repeating the arc start using the re-arc function.

Arc extinguishing restart

If the robot stops due to an arc extinguishment, etc., starting it again directly will result in a missed weld. With the arc extinguishing restart function, after the arc is extinguished, the robot returns a specified distance at a specified speed and then continues to operate under normal welding conditions.

Scratch start

When scratch start is turned on, the robot will also start moving after the arc start failure. If the arc start is successful during the movement, the robot returns to the specified distance and then continues welding normally.

Flying arc starting, arc extinguishing

Before the robot reaches the arc start point, it executes the arc start command and starts slow wire feeding. When the arc start point is reached, the wire makes contact with the workpiece to start the arc. Improves welding efficiency.

Anti-sticking wire treatment

Output the current and voltage of the anti-sticking wire before the end of welding to prevent the welding wire from sticking.

Automatic release of sticky wire

When the arc is extinguished, wire sticking sometimes occurs. In order to prevent this from happening, an instantaneous relatively high voltage is output at the end of welding to prevent wire sticking.

Laser tracking

Using laser sensors to get the exact position of the weld seam allows the robot to adjust the end position during the welding process, so that the end of the torch always moves along the weld seam. This ensures perfect weld formation, reduces thermal load, increases productivity, positions the torch in the ideal position, compensates for production, equipment and operational tolerances, reduces programming effort and achieves consistent, reproducible connections for complex weldments.

Swing welding (sine, triangle, arc)

During the welding process, the robot swings regularly to control the width of the weld seam and improve the quality of the interlayer and surface welds.

Intersecting line

Support for intersecting line welding with or without positioner. It is only necessary to calibrate the radii and positions of the two cylinders that generate the intersecting lines. For the intersecting line with positioner, the positioner and the robot cooperate to complete the intersecting line trajectory during the welding process. In the case of the intersecting line without positioner, the trajectory is performed by the robot alone.

Advantages

The NRC control system enables the robot to move smoothly and uniformly during the welding process, allowing the welding job to be completed faster and with a more aesthetically pleasing weld seam.

A wide range of weld types can be welded with the multiple interpolation methods built into the NRC control system.

The NRC control system has a variety of built-in welding-related commands that allow complete customization of the entire welding process.

User-defined welding parameters, flexible parameter configuration, intuitive and simple interface.

It can be used to weld a variety of materials with a simple configuration.

The NRC series control system has a market-proven welding process that can support a variety of processes such as argon arc welding and laser welding without the need to purchase a separate process package, and can be used with a simple configuration.

  1. Faster, more stable and smarter
  2. Fully functional, supports multiple weld types
  3. Diverse instructions and support for multiple customization processes
  4. Easy to use, flexible parameter configuration methods
  5. Suitable for sheet metal, aluminum, alloy and other materials
  6. Support argon arc welding, laser welding and other welding processes

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