Visit us at Elmia Automation 6 to 9 May 2014

Visit us at Elmia Automation 6 to 9 May 2014

Between the dates 6-9 May 2014 Lerocon Weld and Robotics will exhibit on Elmia Automation in Jönköping together with our parnter Robot Center Norr. We will be in stand D03:50. You're welcomed to visit and have a chat with us.

We will display our own products and systems such as C-frame Electric, C-Frame Pneumatic, Multiweld samt Bin-Con Feeder S.

In our stand we will also have Fanuc M2000 for preview which is the worlds largest industrial robot.

New order of Nut welding machines

New order of Nut welding machines

Lerocon has received a new order for five nut welding machines. It is an order for Multiweld machines to be delivered in the fall to a subcontractor within the automotive industry.

The machines will later be integrated into robotic cells according to Lerocons Confeeder concept.

Lerocon recruits automation technician

With several new projects, Lerocon continues to grow and have hired a new employee. We welcome Rickard Silverhöjd who has been employed as an automation technician with main duties within the assembly, installation and service.

Patrick will join the company on February 17.

Lerocon invites to Automation Småland conference "Automation - A future industry"

Lerocon invites to Automation Småland conference "Automation - A future industry"

Welcome to the conference held in Lerocon's premises in Gislaved January 27. Entrance is via Arenums entrance.

We will also take part and tell you about our Confeeder Twin with C-Frame Electric system, an automated nut welding cell with servo driven welding. This will be accompanied by customer examples where we have supplied the concept of Metal Structures.

A representative from FinnvedenBulten will also be involved and tell us what the robot cell means for them and their production.

More information and registration for the conference is done on http://www.automationsmaland.se/

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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.