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ESAB Partners with KUKA Robotics for Robotic Welding Solutions
ESAB Partners with KUKA Robotics for Robotic Welding Solutions
By RBR Staff


ESAB is pleased to announce its partnership with KUKA Robotics to create products and services for robotic arc welding customers.

ESAB is one of the largest manufacturers of welding and cutting equipment and welding filler metals. ESAB’s Automation Process Center in Florence, SC has over $2 million dollars of equipment on display ready to weld heavy and light duty applications. ESAB provides training, seminars and weld development for everything from sub-arc to hybrid laser-arc welding.

“Our relationship with KUKA will enable us to create products and services that offer greater value and solutions to the robotic…

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