1. Arc Welding
Heat is created from an electric arc to melt and join metals together in applications calling for high accuracy and repeatability.
2. Resistance Welding
This is the most cost-saving form of robotic welding where metal parts are joined together by heating with an electric current and is best for heat-treating projects.
3. Spot Welding
A type of resistance welding to join thin metals that resist electrical currents, such as sheet metal frames, together.
4. TIG Welding
An arc welding process using weld that is produced from a non-consumable tungsten electrode, used for high-precision welding.
5. MIG Welding
A high deposition rate process that is involves feeding a wire continuously toward the heated weld tip, best for simple and speedy applications.
6. Laser Welding
Metal pieces in hard-to-reach locations are joined together using laser, such as in the automotive, medical, and jewelry industries.
7. Plasma Welding
Ionised gas is forced through a copper nozzle to produce an extremely high temperature, useful for when a certain degree of welding flexibility is required.