Computer Weld Technology proudly introduces a new range of products for closed loop weld system control and torch positioning applications.

Our adaptive weld control system provides closed-loop-control for all arc welding processes and parameters.  The system includes a programmable Weld Sequence Control, which interfaces with any solid-state weld power supply, PLC, robotic controller, or wire feeder.

For torch positioning applications, CWT patented technology for through-the-arc tracking provides the foundation for products which can be added to new or existing systems to provide single axis or two axis positioning control.  Single axis options offer cross slides and controls for seam tracking with through-the-arc sensing (no mechanical probes or sensors) or torch to work piece control for arc voltage or arc current control.  Two axis-positioning systems offer vertical and horizontal cross slide assemblies and closed loop system control for both seam tracking and torch to work piece control (AVC or ACC).  These systems are designed to operate with any of the arc welding processes.

Over the last 15 years, CWT has designed and built custom systems for specific applications, which utilize our patented through-the-arc sensing technology for seam tracking and adaptive torch positioning operations.  The Thru-Arc™ positioning system, by sensing and utilizing the real-time arc voltage and/or current signals, measures the joint geometry relative to the torch position.  It then institutes cross-seam and/or in-out corrections to the system's slide assemblies.  The corrections are made, as required, to correct for two-dimensional deviations between the path of the welding system and the weld joint.  In essence, then, the Thru-Arc™ system provides eyes to the welding system.  The CWT Thru-Arc package sees through the welding arc itself, requiring no probes or external devices of any kind.

Our mission at Computer Weld Technology is to continue providing you with state-of-the-arc products for controlling and automating the welding process. 

 
 
 
 
  WSC-I000™  
     
  The microprocessor based Weld Sequence Controller is comprised of a WSC-1000™ Controller and a WRC-1000™ weld remote Interface. The WSC-1000 is the main control module and provides all control and communication functions and can program external motion control axis via the Local Area Network {LAN} port. The controller can support up to four stepper motor controlled axes, using the MSC-1000 Micro-Step Controller, and four DC Servo controls, using the DMC-1000 DC Servo Controller.

 
 
 
 
  MWC™  
     
 

The microprocessor based Modular Weld Controller is the main control module and provides all control and communication functions and can program external motion control axis via the Local Area Network (LAN) port. The controller can support up to four stepper motor controlled axis, using the MSC-1000™ Micro-step Controller, and four DC servo controls, using the DMC-1000™ DC Servo Controller. The MWC-1000™ provides all external Input / Output control interface and electrical connections to user supplied components.

 
 
 
 
  WOC-1000™  
     
 

WOC-1000 Weld Oscillator Control Systems are a compact, lightweight, weld torch manipulation control system comprised of the micro-controller based Weld Oscillator Control and a stepper motor driven Pendulum Oscillator Assembly. The WOC-1000 provides the capacity of providing independant control of all torch movements in the horizontal plane. Employing patented "Thru-Arc" tracking technology, the system provides automatic torch centering and width control.

 
 
 
 
  ATC™  
     
 

Computer Weld Technology's Automatic Torch Control (ATC II™) is a compact, lightweight, weld torch manipulation control system comprised of the microcontroller based Automatic Torch Control and a stepper motor driven Linear Slide Assembly (LSA). This system is capable of providing independent control of all torch movements in the vertical plane. Employing patented "Thru-Arc™" tracking technology, the system provides automatic torch height control for both GTAW, PAW and GMAW applications.

 
 
 
 
  Custom Enclosures  
     
 

CWT designs and builts custom systems for specific applications, which utilize our patented through-the-arc sensing technology for seam tracking and adaptive torch positioning operations.  The Thru-Arc™ positioning system, by sensing and utilizing the real-time arc voltage and/or current signals, measures the joint geometry relative to the torch position.  It then institutes cross-seam and/or in-out corrections to the system's slide assemblies.  The corrections are made, as required, to correct for two-dimensional deviations between the path of the welding system and the weld joint. 

 
 

 

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