The D Series, including the DM350, is known for its simple interface, high-quality weld in low current range, compatibility with arc welding robots and more. The D Series power source has been phased out from distribution in the United States and replaced with the Welbee II series.
Welding Power Source Buyer’s Guide & Comparison Chart
The Welbee welding power source has long been known as a leader in innovation, efficiency and high quality in arc welding. And now, they’ve done it again with the introduction of the new Welbee II series.
Editor's Note: Updated for 2023.
With a smorgasbord of robotic welder suppliers and a variety of solutions from DIY to fully integrated production lines, the process of finding the ideal robotic welding system for your needs now and into the future can be very, very daunting.
However, the process can be eased when you understand the advantages and differences in models, features and costs. There is a robotic welding solution to fit every size and budget!
Dave Walters, a Senior Mechanical Systems Engineer at OTC DAIHEN, has put together this comparison of ROTA-ARC series robotic welding systems to assist distributors and customers in finding the best option when their production robotic welding application requires part repositioning via headstock/tailstock positioners.
At the core of all these systems is the headstock/tailstock (HS/TS) combination that supports repositioning (rolling over) parts during welding. The ROTA-ARC series includes the 250, 500 and 1000. Find a full comparison, including how they perform in relation to the DT-ARC and TRI-ARC systems and pricing, inside the OTC DAIHEN Robotic Welding Buyer's Guide.