Advanced Welding Technologies

Millerbernd Systems has been a regional leader in the manufacturing of quality assemblies for more than 80 years. In addition to our state-of-the-art robotic welding technology center, our facility houses over 20 weld stations, and a team of AWS, CWB, and ASME compliant welders. Whether your welding needs include complex projects or general production, we deliver outstanding quality, on-time and at a competitive price.

Gas metal arc welding is an electric arc welding process in which an arc is struck between a consumable wire electrode and the work piece. Shielding is provided by an inert gas, hence 'MIG' for metal inert gas.

  • WS D1.1 & D1.2 certified to ensure conformance to quality standards
  • Precision Bluco modular fixturing enables repeatable accuracy of complex and simple weldments
  • Decades of experience welding stainless steel, carbon steel and aluminum components
  • Weld bays accommodate up to 20,000 lb weldments

Gas tungsten arc welding is an arc welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld. The weld zone is protected from atmospheric contamination by a shielding gas, and a filler metal is normally used to seal the joint.

  • Precision Bluco modular fixturing enables repeatable accuracy of complex and simple weldments
  • Capability for smaller weld sizes required for intricate components in comparison to MIG welding
  • Decades of experience TIG welding stainless steel in Dairy & Cheese and Food & Beverage industries
  • Compliant with USDA welding and finishing standards
  • Compliant with pharmaceutical grade welding and finishing standards

Shielded metal arc welding is a process in which an electric arc is established between a flux-coated consumable rod electrode and the work piece. A gaseous shield is provided by vaporization of the flux coating.

  • Extremely versatile process with respect to location and environment of the operation
  • Equipment required is portable and capable of performing in ambient conditions
  • Auxiliary gases are not required, and can be used in areas where access is limited

Electric resistance spot welding is a process in which contacting metal surfaces are joined by the heat obtained from resistance to electric current flow. Work pieces are held together under pressure exerted by the electrodes.

  • Common applications include sheet metal lap joints and wire mesh panels

Robotic welding has several key advantages, including; improved efficiency, consistent and repeatable quality of welds, cycle speed efficiencies, safe work cell, and reduced labor cost.

  • Lincoln Fanuc Welder – 10' working radius with 18' height, 3500 lbs. load rating
  • Panasonic PerformArc – 54" working radius with 36" height
  • Rotating fixture tables to allow setup on opposite table while parts are being welded
  • Reduced clean-up and finishing times on welds
  • 6-axis range of motion allows the torch angle to maintain correct weld position consistently
  • Cost savings opportunities for medium to high volume weldments

Robotic Welders

Lincoln Fanuc Welder, M-710ic-20L, 10' Working Radius/20' End to End x 18' Height, 3500 lb Load Rating

Panasonic PerformArc 102S, TA-1400G2, 54" Working Radius/108" End to End x 36" Height

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