Welding Robotics Programmed by Welders, not Engineers

Hirebotics’ Rob Goldiez on quicker, easier welding cobot programming.

Welding is a highly skilled trade and was one of the first industrial tasks to be automated. The use of general-purpose robots and cobots has allowed small and medium-sized operations to move up to automation, but most skilled welders lack the ability to program complex machine motion. At Automate 2023, Rob Goldiez, CEO of Hire Robotics shows Jim Anderton and easy to program system that eliminates the need for specialist robot programming skills in welding automation. 

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James Anderton

Jim Anderton is the Director of Content for ENGINEERING.com. Mr. Anderton was formerly editor of Canadian Metalworking Magazine and has contributed to a wide range of print and on-line publications, including Design Engineering, Canadian Plastics, Service Station and Garage Management, Autovision, and the National Post. He also brings prior industry experience in quality and part design for a Tier One automotive supplier.