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Unfortunately such advice has so far not been forthcoming from the equipment manufacturers. As in the case of gravity welding with covered electrodes, apart from the fact that the welding process is continuous and the deposition rate is high, several equipments of this type can be installed, operated and supervised by a single person. In this way total welding time is considerably reduced by the simultaneous working of several equipments and thus the loss of time due to the changeover from one part of the joint to another can be partly compensated.
The welding robot can very quickly adapt itself to the most diverse welding operations and sequences because of the its flexible programming. Unlike the single function automatic equipment, which can at best be re-adapted at some considerable expense to new welding jobs, the welding robot can be quickly and easily adapted to new situations. This is important for small-scale production and where there are frequent changes of product. A fundamental distinction must be made between the robot for spot welding and that for continuous welding.
Eichhorn F. (1983). Automatisierung in der Fugetechnik. Adaptive Schweisskopffuhrung bei mechanisierten Lichbogenschweissverfahren / Automatic assembly - Adaptive control of the welding torch in mechanised arc welding / Automatisation des techniques d'assemblages. Commande adaptative de la torche de soudage en soudage a I'arc mecanise. Alma Mater Aquensis. Histoires de la vie de I'Universite Technique d'Aix-la-Chapelle. Vol. XIX, 1981/82. 17. Eichhorn F. (1983). Gesichtspunkte fur den Einsatz mechanisierter Schweissverfahren - derzeitige Moglichkeiten und Grenzen / Considerations on the use of mechanized welding processes / Present possibilities and limitations / Considerations relatives a I'emploi des procedes de soudage mecanises.