Weber Schweißmaschinen GmbH

 



About us

New technologies today is the standard of tomorrow

Each day we re-dedicate ourselves to the development and improvement of our products in order to meet the expectations of our customers. A great deal of this know-how has already been incorporated into our own products. Equipping you to achieve the best possible results is our highest priority.  For it is only through constant observation, analysis and development that you can achieve your goals faster, which, in turn, fosters success of your products.

The experience of our multiple projects and our commitment to work will enable you to keep up with the pace of the booming market.

Our team of experienced professionals will help your company reduce costs, improve product quality and increase throughput.

Our goal - to grow with our customers.

We help our customers to optimize the performance of the equipment purchased by us and get the best return on investment.

History of Weber Schweißmaschinen GmbH

1993

Weber Welding Equipment GmbH was launched to import Hitachi machines and eventually acquires distribution rights from Hitachi. Further development of WSM resulted in construction and sales of transportation, wire feeding and freezing systems.

1995

First ever market launch of plasma cutting systems from WSM Weber Schweißmaschinen GmbH and other low-cost welding equipment.

1997

New products were added to our product line:

  • robotic systems
  • welding torches for robots
  • emergency switch systems.

1998

Collaboration with SRT Halle company in the field of robot CO²- cleaning.  Construction of highly efficient carbon dioxide torch cleaning.

2002

Merger with SRT Halle.

2004

Introduction of CAD - Computer Aided Design. Further development of the system together with Linde AG – CO2 cleaning of welding torch.

2005

Launch of our own CO ² - welding torch cleaning system. Patent: DE 10 2004 063 473 A1.

2006

Registration of our own patent developments.

2007

Awarded DIN / ISO 9001 certification.

2008

Further development of robotic systems in the field of forging plasma, arc welding (PTA Transferred plasma arc) technology and welding extreme thicknesses of complex component geometries.

2009

Creation of complex robotic cells enabling visualization of the process and integration of other processes.

2011

Creation of patent application for wire feeder system.

2013

Welding torches for manual and automated welding added to the product line.

2014

Development of automated assembly lines containing innovative welding technologies.

2015

Development and installation of automated lines for elevation and stacking of parts using magnets. A few of such lines were installed in China.

2016

Focusing exclusively on specially constructed systems. Robot-controlled systems of steel surfaces inductive hardening. Further developments with emphasis on construction of automated lines for elevation and transportation processes and ability to detect the position of the parts using a video camera. All that is to enable welding with the focus at aluminium.