How to Choose a Taylor Studwelding SystemUncategorized
Not sure which Taylor Studwelding system is the ideal choice for you? Youve come to the right place. Weve put together this quick guide to help you differentiate between the different Taylor Studwelding machines. Find out how each type can work for you and your business.
Considering the following aspects will help you narrow down your search for the right machine:
The thicknesses of the materials you are working with will have an impact on which Taylor Studwelding system is right for you. Thin gauge materials (between 0.7mm to 2mm in thickness) work best with Capacitor Discharge machines. On the other hand, materials of 2mm and above thicknesses tend to be better suited to Drawn Arc systems. Short Cycle systems similarly suit thicknesses of 1.5mm and above.
CD Studwelding can suit thicker materials, but will start experiencing problems over 10mm thickness. Drawn Arc and Short Cycle processes require a minimum thickness and have less problems on thicker materials. Short Cycle requires a minimum thickness of 1.5mm (regardless of diameter); Drawn Arc requires a minimum material thickness of one third of the stud diameter (e.g. 12mm Diameter has a minimum thickness of 4mm sheet).
Our fully automated systems include the powerful CNC stud feed production unit, which is both fast and economical with up to 4 axis available and easy programming for long or short runs. These machines can weld up to 60 studs per minute with an accuracy level of +/- 0.15mm.
Choosing Your Ideal Taylor Studwelding System
Here at Taylor Studwelding we have a range of high-performance stud welders available for sale or hire. Whether you require a versatile Capacitor Discharge machine or a large Drawn Arc stud welding system, we can help you find the unit you need. As the manufacturers of these systems, we can also offer you unparalleled customisability for our machines and guns, enabling you to truly find the ideal system for your operational requirements.
If you have more questions about any of our stud welding systems, we will be more than happy to help you over the phone or by email.