Garašić, Ivica; Kožuh, Zoran; Remenar, Maja
July 2015
Tehnicki vjesnik / Technical Gazette;Jul/Aug2015, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p1069
Academic Journal
In this paper the most commonly used sensing systems in modern welding industry, which nowadays includes robotic systems, are listed and analysed. According to mechanisms of action and measured parameters, several classifications of sensor systems are presented. MIG/MAG, resistance and laser beam welding processes are the most commonly robotized ones in the industry and therefore special attention is given to them. Several characteristics, limitations and advantages of sensor systems are presented and mechanisms of action are briefly described.


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