Lightweight welding robot workstation

This workstation uses a small collaborative robot, which can be dragged and taught, which is easy to transport and easy to operate. The robot base uses powerful magnets to adsorb the workpiece, which can be used for flat, top, or side suction. It is suitable for welding large parts at various spatial angles.

Welding setting interface

Users can select two weld types: “straight line weld” and “arc weld” on this interface and can set the front safety point, rear safety point, arc starting point, arc extinction point, and multiple intermediate points.

Add weld seam:

Click the Add weld seam button, and the small words “Add weld seam” will pop up on the button, which means that the welding point position can be recorded next.

Weld type:

Click the small arrow behind the weld type button, and two weld types, “straight line weld” and “arc weld”, will pop up. You can click to switch to select the weld type you need to use.

Front safety point:

The transition point before the start of welding. It is generally set directly above the starting point of welding. When setting, it is necessary to avoid areas containing obstacles.

Arc starting point:

The welding start point. When the program runs to this point, the robot issues a start welding command and the robot starts welding. It is used in conjunction with the arc extinction point.

Arc extinction point:

The welding endpoint. When the program runs to this point, the robot issues an end welding command and the robot ends welding. It is used in conjunction with the arc starting point.

Intermediate point:

When a turning or frame path appears in a welding instruction, add an intermediate point between the arc starting point and the arc extinction point, and the program will turn at the set position of the intermediate point. In arc weld types, the middle point is the arc midpoint.

Program editing:

After the above two operations are completed, press the drag button on the side of the robot, move the robot to the point required for welding, and click “Front Safety Point”, “Arc Starting Point”, and multiple “Middle Point”, “arc extinction point”, “rear safety point”. The “front safety point”, “middle point” and “rear safety point” do not have to be recorded, but it is recommended to set two different “front safety points” and “rear safety points” during the welding process.

If you select “Arc Weld”, you must select the arc starting point, an intermediate point and the arc extinction point.

Save: After the program editing is completed, click this button to save the program. After the saving is completed, you can enter
OK to add welds again or perform welding operations.

After the program is saved, the weld parameters in the blue area above will appear, which are the weld ID and welding parameters. It is convenient for the operator to check the weld parameters for the next step.


Interface of view welds

The welding parameters default to the parameters set in process 1. The user can click the View Weld button to enter the welding parameter interface for viewing.

Weld ID:

After the program is saved, the weld IDs are arranged in sequence according to the order of addition. When editing multiple welds and some of the welds do not need to be welded, you can click on the ID number to turn it into white. Click
This ID program will not weld after starting welding.


Click to switch and select whether to perform weaving welding in the welding program.

Serial number:

Select different numbers to directly call the welding parameters saved under different numbers.

Welding parameters:

Welding parameters can be set directly, but it should be noted that the changed parameters are only applicable to the current welding program and will not be saved.


Point teaching and point modification can be performed on this interface.


Among multiple welds, you can select one of them for deletion.


Clear the weld seam:

Clicking this button will delete all welding programs. It is recommended to click this button once before adding a new weld. Prevents re-running previously written welding programs.

Pause welding:

When the program is running, when a pause operation is required, press this button and the robot will stop running and stay in the pause area.


Resume welding:

After clicking to pause welding, and then pressing the resume button, the robot will start welding from the paused welding position.


Track preview:

After adding the weld, you can run a simulation of the weld trajectory to check whether the weld trajectory is correct and whether it will be interfered with.


Start welding:

After the welding program is added and saved, press the start welding button and the robot will move along the program path. During the welding process, the upper welding display area will automatically change to the welding seam data being welded.

[Note]: When clicking the “Start Welding” button, first check whether all the added welds need to be welded.
If you want a weld or a weld that has already been welded, it is recommended to delete the completed weld before adding a weld and click the “Clear Weld” button.


Internal robot interface

After entering the account and password, click the login button to enter the robot’s internal settings interface. In this interface, you can clearly see the robot’s current posture model, joint angles, etc.


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