Rotary welding is part of what we refer to as dedicated welding systems. The torch is usually fixed or designed to oscillate in order to fill a larger area with weld bead. There are multiple versions of rotaries, depending on floor space available and on weld constraints like using gravity to assist the weld.  The key benefits of a dedicated system like a rotary station is that they usually have higher through-put than a robot cell, usually are lower installed cost, are easier to maintain at facilities where high tech set-up mechanics are in short supply.  Ease of set-up, ease of operations and maintenance all add up to a viable solution for welding the same part in quantity.


Vertical machines are a great way to save on floor space. The vertical machines can offer single or multiple welds. This machine has synchronized upper and lower spindles for part-holding fixturing.10989_010712 004


  • Modular fixture frame arm
  • Flexible spindle face plate
  • LED lighting
  • Safety features such as Arc curtains, area scanners, safety light curtains
  • Torch Oscillation
  • Barcode scanner
  • Vision systems
  • Adaptive torch gauging




The incline machines offer a 360 degree weld.  This machine is ideal when you are welding two pieces together that have different thickness of material. Gravity contributes to a perfect weld.

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  • Expanded working space
  • LED Lighting
  • AC Motor & Drive
  • Flexible spindle face plate
  • Modular fixture frame arm

Optional Fixture Change-out hoist



The horizontal machines can be single-torch, two-torch and three-torch.


  • Single-Axis
  • Cam-Controlled Torch Motion 5-, 6-, 9-, and 11-Axes available
  • One piece fixture frame


  • Swing Radius
  • Baffle Width
  • Fixture Change-out hoist

The horizontal welder is capable of multiple welds at one time and can be customized to your specifications.

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