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1000th eBOX V3 sold

24.11.2022 14:52:58

It is the "brain" of the MFS-V3.1 wire feeding system from ABICOR BINZEL and has a history of almost 20 years: the eBOX. This is its story.

Being able to transport welding wires over long distances was already an incentive for the developers and technical engineers at Alexander Binzel Schweisstechnik GmbH & Co. KG. It all started with the ALUNOX from the company MIG WELD – a large green, housed wire feeding device for 40-kilo wire spools with built-in heating, primarily to be able to transport aluminum wires in GMAW applications. Because ABICOR BINZEL wanted to develop such a system itself, the Alu-Power-Drive – APD for short – was created. This wire feeding device was additionally equipped with a control system for two drives, one in the housing itself and one on the robot directly at the front of the process. At that time, Audi Neckarsulm wanted to use this system for the production of the Audi A2 and placed a large order for 30 APDs. These went to the automotive manufacturer together with a DALEX power source as a system solution.
The call for having to downsize this assembly came not long after. The extremely large rolling unit was taken apart, the motors were built as a separate unit, a housing for the electronics was designed and the control system was also separated from this large feeding device APD. The resulting modular design brought advantages for the users because they could assemble their own system depending on the application. And ABICOR BINZEL was no longer limited to only one specific group of users but could reach more different potential customers. This was the great start of the modular eBOX as a control unit in the Master-Feeder-System V2.

Topics: Laser Welding, ROBO

Production volume doubled and employees relieved

22.12.2021 12:10:59

Those who are lucky enough to have qualified welders in their company should nevertheless think about automating welding processes, because it is always a question of relieving the workload and the targeted use of welders, where robots have their limits. An increase in volume that simply cannot be handled by the existing team of manual welders could be another starting point. This is what happened at Sächsische Bewehrungsstahl (SBS), one of the largest manufacturers of structural steel in Germany.

Topics: Company News, ROBO

4 Ways to Remotely Access BINZEL Products, Knowledge & News

29.04.2020 11:19:29

Whether you like to read or would rather watch a video, work in an office or at home, ABICOR BINZEL has an online service perfect for you.

There are 4 different ways that you can remotely access information on ABICOR BINZEL's extensive product range, learn from product and process experts & keep up to date on company news... wherever you are.

Topics: Products, MIG, PLASMA, BINZEL, TIG, ROBO, Accessories