Considering the price as the main factor in choosing a welding machine is not recommended, for a series of reasons that those who are knowledgeable on this type of machinery and this sector are aware of.
Human control alone is no longer enough in precision industrial processing where instruments such as welding machines are used. Only highly specialised workers can continue using manual welding machines, but this entails a high cost to companies where many high-skill welders need to be employed in the production line.
In the industrial field, the know-how gained over many years and the desire to never stop the research process, are the two main features that enable making products suited to a constantly evolving market.
Robotic welding and automation will be the elements that will drive companies to evolve over the next few years, so even welding plants have no choice but to keep up with this technological and cultural development.
All the indications of industry 4.0 highlight the huge advantages brought by automation in factories, and therefore the great benefits of robotic welding systems.
CEA’s long experience, listening to customer needs and their consistent investments in R&D, have given rise to a series of special processes that make welding easier, even when having to tackle special situations like a vertical bead or the need to work well and fast.
In the CEA line dedicated to Multiprocess Inverter MIG welding machines, the sturdiness and cutting edge technologies of QUBOX make this machine the ideal tool for use in industry, even when there are no highly specialised welders.
For CEA, customer relations and customer service are essential. After purchasing a welding system, it is essential to have the assurance, from the manufacturer, that, in case of failure, they will intervene quickly and efficiently.
Over the years, CEA has invested much into the study and creation of inverter generators for plasma cutting; indeed, at the company, there is a department fully dedicated to these products, called Plasmatech.
Today, with industry 4.0, we have reached the fourth industrial revolution and great advantages are in store for those who will know how exploit these new technologies.
Even China is now starting to look onto the new world of industry 4.0. Beijing does not want to fall behind in the global market that is facing the fourth industrial revolution, and has implemented the “Made in China 2025” plan.
The guidelines dictated by industry 4.0 highlight, as we stated in previous articles, the importance of having synergic systems in companies’ production lines.