Super Active Welding process - General information
TAWERS (The robot with integrated welding power source) has evolved further. Contributes to productivity improvement with high-speed welding + ultra-low spatter.
Thanks to the new welding torch and the Super-Active TAWERS process, stable welding quality and low (almost zero) spattering can be achieved during the MIG / MAG welding process.
Due to the targeted droplet separation, and due to the fully controlled wire guidance, spattering and deposits that can occur during welding can be successfully avoided. This is largely due to the full BUS communication between the robot controller and the power source, as well as the servo welding torch, which further enhances the benefits of the Panasonic TAWERS welding technology. By avoiding spattering errors during the welding process, the need for costly rework can be greatly reduced, so the overall cost of the process can be lower.
The Panasonic S-AWP (Super Active Wire Process)
Benefits of the Super Active Wire Feed Process
Back and forth wire feed of the welding wire results in a clean, stable welding arc and a drastic reduction in spatter
Thanks to the process, reduced heat input can be achieved when welding thin plates. It provides stable welding, even at an unideal angle for a welding torch.
Secondary switching technology ensures adequate melting even when mixed gas is used.
Active process for welding different materials as well:
Active process and waveform specially for welding with higher welding current
Zi-Tech / Zi-Active
Active process and waveform specially for welding galvanized materials
Drastic reduction of spatter when welding galvanized materials
Active waveform specialized for brazing process
Less spatter and no burn through
Active Aluminum welding
Active process and waveform specially for welding aluminum materials
Less spatter and smut and no burn through
Active Stainless-steel welding
Active process and waveform specially for welding stainless steel materials