One of our main production assets is welding the components previously produced through our sheet metal bending processes, components from other manufacturers and even standardised, commercial ones.
At CASPLE, we’re experts in this type of welding with all types of steel sets and sub-sets used as filler. We use synergic machines mounted on robots by leading brands for high reliability and excellent welding quality. Our Engineering and Die Cutting teams design and build the tools needed to bond parts during the process. At present, we can weld parts of up to approximately 1800x600x600 mm.
One of our strengths is spot welding different parts which requires no filler material. We’ve got static machines equipped with automatic movement and positioning systems built in-house as well as machines on robots for large sets integrated in combined welding cells.
The range of parts that can be welded with this technology is extremely extensive. One particular technological challenge we have overcome is satisfactorily welding three sheets of high elastic limit metal measuring 3.5 mm thick each with one welding spot of a minimal thickness of Ø 6 mm.
Nuts, screws, centring pins and bushings are examples of items we can weld using resistance welding machines. We use machines designed expressly for this type of welding along with specific tools and electrodes for each insert to achieve high-quality welds and absolutely precise construction tolerances.
Our machines feature CNC controls that allow us to adjust and fix the parameters for each insert, automatic insert feeders as well as a control system which verifies through a built-in sensor that each welded insert is done correctly.
In addition, we use presence control systems in our series processes to ensure all parts produced have gone through the necessary insertion processes.
At CASPLE, we adapt to the trends and needs in a highly changing market. We do research and constantly receive training to expand our knowledge of these welding technologies and be able to offer this service for prototypes and small series. We are determined to add these technologies to our robotic and automatic serial processes very soon.