Confeeder Twin Nut Welding Cell

Confeeder Twin Nut Welding Cell

Lerocon has recently signed several new orders with a supplier to the truck industry.

The main contract is for a robot cell for nut welding according Lerocons concept Confeeder Twin, included Lerocon C-Frame Electric nut welding machine, two ABB IRB4600 for handling and vision system for robot guidance.

Other orders are redevelopment of existing robotic cell as well as additional peripherals.

- We have in a short time taken several important orders that strengthen our position as a total supplier of resistance welding machines, says Daniel Erlandsson, CEO at Lerocon.

Lerocon collaborating with Linköping University

Lerocon collaborating with Linköping University

This spring, four students at the university will carry out a project together with Lerocon regarding development of resistance welding with combined materials.

This is to see how we can use new technology to be able to meet the car and truck industry's future requirements for new materials.

Compact Nut Welding Cell

Compact Nut Welding Cell

Lerocon has recently received an order for a robot cell for nut welding of parts to the truck industry.

The order comes from a subcontractor in the Automotive and the customer is going to produce six different parts in the cell.
The robot cell will be built on the platform and contains a C-Frame Electric nut welding machine and an ABB IRB1600 for handling.

Merry Christmas and Happy New 2016!

Lerocon wish all our customers, suppliers and partners a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

We thank everyone for a great 2015 and look forward to continuing our successful partnership in 2016!

We are closed between 23rd December to 6th January. If you have any type of query, please call us on +46371-80606.

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Lerocon AB is a privately owned company, based in Gislaved since its inception in 2003. Initially our focus was on service and support of special machines and resistance welding machines. Fairly soon we saw the need for a custom automation nut welding machine and began to produce the first models for the Lerocon Multi Weld.