New order for a robot cell for nut- and projection welding

New order for a robot cell for nut- and projection welding

Lerocon has received a new order for a Confeeder X2 System. The system contains 3 Fanuc M20 robots with integrated vision system. The robots will handle parts for nut- and projection welding in a Lerocon Multiweld welding machine.

The order comes from one of our major customers who is a subcontractor to the automotive industry.

Delivery of the robot cell will occur in the first quarter by 2015.

Lerocon recieved its largest order in history!

Lerocon recieved its largest order in history!

Lerocon has received its largest order of nut welding machines. The order is for a large number of Lerocon C-Frame Electric nut welding machines together with Dengensha nut feeders.

The machines will be delivered as a complete function package in cooperation with a large robot supplier.

All machine units will be integrated by two international line builders in a new cab line for a Swedish truck.

Delivery of the machines shall be in the end of 2014 and beginning of 2015.

The order is very important for Lerocons future and is also a very clear proof of the automotive and truck industries need of our machine solutions.

Lerocon hires Project and Production Manager

New order for Swedish truck industry is expected shortly and Lerocon continues to grow. We welcome Patrik Rudolfsson as Lerocon's project and production manager.

Patrik has many years of experience in the industry and Lerocon as a company strive for all our employees to play a major role in the company's continued expansion and development.

Patrik begins his appointment on June 30.

Elmia Automation 2014

We thank our partners Robot Center Norr, Fanuc and Nilaab for a very successful exhibition at Elmia Automation. Our stand was very well attended and we also thank all the visitors and welcome you all to contact us to discuss projects together!

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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.