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How to Improve Manual Welding Production

A Quality Weld Starts Here

Boost Productivity and Maximize Profit Potential

Are you looking to improve productivity and quality of welds in your manufacturing process? As demands change and new and improved welding equipment, technologies and methods are introduced into the market, manufacturers must evaluate their processes and equipment to remain competitive and maximize profit potential.

3 Areas to Evaluate to Improve Weld Quality and Productivity



Has your job shop been around for years, using the same processes? Welding equipment and methods are constantly being upgraded. Start by looking at how new innovations, such as highly advanced welding power sources or integration of robotic welders into your processes, could increase efficiency, improve weld quality and vastly boost production.


Is your welding equipment inconsistent, causing rejected welds and rework? Is it inefficient and difficult to operate, slowing down the output your skilled labors could be achieving? Start by learning more about OTC DAIHEN’s Welbee II power sources. With the industry’s most advanced welding technology and proven reliability at an affordable price, the Wellbee II delivers on value, weld consistency and weld quality. Its lineup ranges from DC MIG, Pulse and Low Spatter to AC-MIG and advanced TIG.


The looming skilled labor challenges have led manufacturers in nearly every industry to integrate more robotic automation than ever before. Start by evaluating how you can integrate welding robots into your existing lines or convert a manual process to a production robotic welding cell. Most shops – whether large or small – will find the payback for welding automation is much faster than expected. Welding automation helps you increase quality and production while saving time and money.  It also can open up your shop for new opportunities and profit potential.

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