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L&S Technischer Handel
We are pleased with the CoWelder because programming components and switching from one component to another is easy – its flexibility is amazing.
- Torsten Lezius, CEO,
Technischer Handel, Germany
Svend Frederiksen Maskinfabrik
Our typical batches vary from a single customised unit to 1000 units, which emphasises the importance of maintaining an agile manufacturing process that can be adapted easily to the specific needs of our customers"
- Fleming Frederiksen, CEO,
Svend Frederiksen Maskinfabrik, Denmark
Field-Testing Sigma Select
We are not used to having welding machines with graphic panels in the production, but it has not been difficult to get used to with the Sigma Select. It is easy to find the right settings.
- Jim Karlsen, Welding Coordinator,
B&E Stål, Denmark
Field-Testing Sigma Select
We have field-tested the Sigma Select at our manufacturing facilities, and we are very impressed with its versatility, durability and user-friendliness. The portable control panel is also a particularly valuable feature for our type of company, as it provides our welders with a high degree of mobility.
- Søren Krag, CEO, J.E. Juncker, Denmark
The new Omega Yard machines have been a safe and viable investment for us, as the machines are paying for themselves every time we ship them out to our customers and put them to use. They have not only managed to optimize and simplify our service operations, they have reduced our freight charges drastically, as a 17 kilo machine is – logically – much cheaper to transport compared to a 400 kilo machine.
- Martin Petersen, the rental tools department, Alfa Laval, Denmark
The Sigma is future-proof in the sense that it can receive software updates throughout its service life, while it is also a very robust yet mobile machine that enables our workers to do their job in rough, offshore working environments.
- Anders Hecht-Pedersen, CEO,
VLH Lastechniek // Inno-Tec
We are very pleased with the service and advice provided by Migatronic and VLH throughout the entire process – from demo and test to subsequent installation of the welding machines, where Migatronic optimised the configuration of the machines to our unique production line.
- Sten van den Boomen,
Production Leader, Inno-Tec, the Netherlands
In essence, automated welding provides efficiency, reliability and cost-effectiveness to our large volume production process, while concurrently ensuring uniformity in design and quality of our products, which in this case concerns the airbag inflator.
- Anders Ohlson, Project Manager,
The efficiency of our new automated system is spectacular, and we are not even close to be using its full capacity at the moment. Combined with a higher welding quality, a better finish and a completion rate of about 95-100 %, it means that we are saving an entire shift compared to our previous robot.
- Carl Jørn Jacobsen, Welding Technician,
Field-test of Automig 300 Pulse
We had the machine for one month, but immediately felt the difference from our own machine. This machine allows us to weld and braze at a lower amperage than we usually do. This reduces the risk of burning through the thin material that the cars consist of
- Benjamin Rømer, sheet-metal worker, Vilsen Biler, Denmark
It gives a brilliant and uniform finish that minimises the need for post-treatment. This is very important for us as suppliers to the food industry. In addition, the customised turntable provides a very flexible and dynamic welding process. We are capable of welding twenty different standard components with CoWelder.
- Michael Engkær, Production Manager, Ole Almeborg, Bornholm
It is hard to motivate an employee to do the same work for 700 hours. That is not a problem with the CoWelder.
- Roland Kuhz, Owner,
Kuhz Metallbau, Germany
Not only have we rationalised our manufacturing process through automation, and increased our productivity in a way that we did not think possible. But we have also learned a lot about welding by engaging in a collaboration with Migatronic Automation.
- Benjamin Ganic, Supervisor and Welding Coordinator, Oglaend System, Norway
Because of the improved educational facilities, we now have access to welders, who can weld manually at a high level. They know how to adjust and work with modern machines. The education has been upgraded, and the students are now better prepared for a future in an international and modern welding company, such as NG Metal.
Bjarne Torben Madsen, Operations Director, NG Metal, Denmark and Ukraine
Welding High-Tensile Steel
Our engineers and welding operators are enthusiastic about the ease-of-operation and pre-programmed welding processes for almost all applications, whether for the frequently used fine-grained steel or for extruded aluminium profiles in various alloys.
- Sven Lewen, IWE and Welding Supervisor,
KML Miller GmbH, Germany