A welding robot cell produces a series of highly similar components. The process interfaces with both an HMI as well as several Welding Control Units. To ensure high-quality output, destructive testing is performed at the start of a manufactured batch. There are also continuous visual inspections, in which defective units are discarded.
Reduce the amount of destructive testing that is done, and control the Welding Guards in such a way that continuous batch output is more consistent and results in fewer discarded units.
When SentianController is connected to the manually operated system, it deduces desirable set points for the different welds. The system learns both from the previous settings that worked in a given scenario, as well as from those that were less successful, in order to deduct more optimal control parameters. Consequently, it enables less experienced operators to operate the robot cell at a higher level, resulting in higher uptime and fewer discarded units.