A Concept that’s more Than a Solution
Although the BAURO-Spot systems are referred to as standards, we like to use the word ‘concepts’. This is because although there may be similarities, no two robotic systems will ever be the same. The BAURO-Spot systems are an idea that, together with the customer, can be refined for the best results possible. Different options, alternative access doors, even a different shape, whatever requirements the customer has, the BAURO-Spot concepts allow us to provide the end user the perfect solution.
The right system for me?
After over 20 years of experience we can work that out for you. The last thing we expect is for the customer to do the hard work. Instead, what we do is work closely with them and the part they require spot welding. This, twinned with understanding the volume and expectations allow us to work out the best possible solution.
Position, Plug In and Play...
Like all standard Bauromat systems, the BAURO-Spot concepts are designed for ease of use. Featuring a base designed with fork life holes, on delivery to get your system up running it is as simple and moving it into position, connecting power and turning on. For larger BAURO-Spot systems, the base can also be designed to half, preventing any headaches when trying to fit the BAURO-Spot system through tight workspaces.
Meet the BAURO-Spot Family...
BAURO-Spot 2000 is a single robot system based on a two-station positioner that can be either manual (2000M) or powered (2000P). This system allows for increased output as parts can be loaded and unloaded by a human worker, while the system spot welds parts on the other side of the positioner. This is an ideal solution for most spot welding applications that require high volumes and consistent output.
BAURO-Spot 2000 Twin
Due to the high volumes often required in industries suited to spot welding. The BAURO-Spot 2000 Twin is the based on the same principle as the BAURO-Spot 2000, featuring a choice of powered (2000P) or manual (2000M) turntables, but instead of featuring just one robot, the system is designed to house two, doubling its efficiency and output. With a slightly wider base and more room for the additional controls, the BAURO-Spot 2000 Twin allows for more parts to be welded per cycle increasing the user’s productivity.