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Welding at
Southern Spring:
human skill and cobot accuracy! 

What does cobot welding really mean to your budget?

With our years of expertise and knowledge in the field, we have honed our skills and become the top provider of turnkey solutions. One of the fabrication processes we offer is welding. 

Different types of welding are used due to their varying techniques and applications. These types are as follows:

  • Stick welding: Also known as Shielded Metal, this process is the most affordable option and employs rods or sticks. The stick is composed of consumables and flux. Flux enables the welding process while protecting the weld.

  • MIG welding: Also referred to as Gas Metal, this process utilizes a welding gun where an electrode wire passes. It produces an electric arc, creating the heat required for welding. A shielding gas is created during the process, which protects the weld. It’s an efficient and easy technique used in numerous industries.

  • TIG welding: Its full name is Tungsten Inert Gas Welding, and it uses a non-consumable electrode comprising tungsten to produce the arc. It creates cleaner, smoother, and superior results, making it the most popular type of welding.

  • Robotic Welding: This type is specially designed for welding large batches of items. It uses a robotic arm, which works with the help of an automated system, to weld parts and components together easily and efficiently. This process is particularly beneficial for saving time and money.

  • Laser Welding: Laser welding uses a laser beam to create the required heat, providing greater accuracy. It can be used for thin materials and is also effective on heavy metals. It is often used in the medical, aerospace, and automotive industries.

Choosing the proper process will ensure quality products with more robust fused parts. We combine MIG and TIG welding to manufacture quality results, especially for specialized parts that require higher tension and stress.


Our Cobots save you money

A cobot, short for collaborative robot, is a robot designed to work safely alongside humans in a shared workspace. Unlike traditional industrial robots that are isolated in cages due to safety concerns, cobots are built with features that make it safe for them to be near people.

Trust Southern Spring and Stamping, Inc. for Your Welding Needs

We can produce industrial-grade parts and components that undergo quality control with top-tier capabilities and state-of-the-art equipment. We strive to deliver customer success, which is possible through our reliable services and exceptional customer support.

What is Welding?

Welding is a widely used fabrication method that joins two metals using heat, pressure, or a combination of both. Once the welded part cools down, a strong bond holds the two pieces together. This process is used in many industries for various applications, including fabricating sheet metal parts and more.

The parent material is the parts that will be joined, while the filler or consumable is the material used to join or fuse the parent materials. Most of the time, consumables with the same composition as the parent material are used. Sometimes, different consumables with different compositions are used for special cases, such as brittle cast irons.


Contact us today to learn more about our welding services and how we can develop solutions for your varying projects. You may also request a quote, and we can send some estimates that won’t break the bank. We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Robotic welding offers you several advantages over traditional manual welding:

  • Robotic welders can perform welds with exceptional precision and repeatability. Unlike human welders who can get tired or make slight variations, robots deliver consistent welds every single time. This reduces errors and improves the overall quality of the final product.

  • Robotic welding systems can operate much faster than skilled welders. They can work tirelessly without breaks, leading to higher production output and faster completion times. Reduced need for rework due to lower error rates further enhances efficiency.

  • Robots can reduce labor costs in the long run. With robots handling repetitive welding tasks, manufacturers can free up skilled workers for other tasks or potentially reduce overall labor needs.

  • Robotic welding offers more precise control over weld parameters, minimizing material waste. This translates to cost savings and less environmental impact.

Overall, our robotic welding offers a compelling solution for anyone seeking to improve efficiency, quality, and safety in their welding operations.

For more information, or to; learn about the benefits of working with a manufacturing leader, contact us directly.

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