Advancements in Welding Technologies

Advancements in Welding Technologies

Convergence between Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Robots Drive Trends toward Automation, Digitization, and Sustainability

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15-Dec-2023
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Research Code: DAC5-01-00-00-00
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Welding is a versatile and essential fabrication process that uses heat to join metals together, either similar or dissimilar metals. Unlike brazing and soldering that use a lower temperature to metal fusion, welding technologies operate at very high temperatures. Welding is the most-used fabrication technique across all industry verticals. With fully automated welding solutions witnessing radical adoption across the manufacturing industry, the technology maturity level is very high.

With respect to automation, there are semi-automated and fully automated welding solutions. Semi-automated welding solutions are used predominantly for manufacturing a limited volume of products and require an operator to manually load the parts onto the fixture. Fully automated welding solutions can be programmed to perform repetitive welding work.

The industry is developing new welding solutions to minimize negative environmental impacts and conserve energy and natural resources. Manufacturers in various industries are adopting highly automated, AI-based cobot welding solutions to improve manufacturing processes. This report covers the welding technologies/trends and solutions that improve manufacturing processes’ efficiency and optimize plants; it provides an in-depth analysis of the welding technologies seeing high adoption in the manufacturing industry.

The study covers the following topics:

Technology landscape and trends
Technology attractiveness
Technology adoption factors: drivers and challenges
Welding symbols and defect symbols
Trends and major industry participants’ development strategies
Growth opportunities and future roadmap

Table of Contents

Why Is It Increasingly Difficult To Grow ?The Strategic Imperative 8™: Factors Creating Pressure On Growth

The Strategic Imperative 8™

The Impact of the Top 3 Strategic Imperatives on the Welding Industry

Growth Opportunities Fuel The Growth Pipeline Engine™

Research Methodology

Scope of Analysis

Most Commonly Used Welding Technologies across Industries

Welding Technology Drivers

Welding Technology Challenges

Technology Attractiveness Dashboard

Technology Attractiveness Dashboard (continued)

Technology Attractiveness Dashboard (continued)

Technology Attractiveness Dashboard (continued)

The Origins of Welding Technology

The Origins of Welding Technology (continued)

The Origins of Welding Technology (continued)

Impact of Welding across Industries

Technology Focus: GMAW/MIG

Technology Focus: GTAW/TIG

Technology Focus: SMAW

Technology Focus: FCAW

Technology Focus: EBW

Technology Focus: AHW

Welding Symbols and Definitions

Welding Symbols and Definitions (continued)

Welding Symbols and Definitions (continued)

Welding Symbols and Definitions (continued)

Welding Symbols and Definitions (continued)

Welding Symbols and Definitions (continued)

Most Commonly Used Gloves in the Welding Industry

Welding Defects—Symbols and Descriptions

Welding Defects—Symbols and Descriptions (continued)

Welding Defects—Symbols and Descriptions (continued)

Technology Advancements and Impacts on Welding Industry

Technology Advancements and Impacts on Welding Industry (continued)

Key Players and Recent Innovations

Key Players and Recent Innovations (continued)

New Welding Laser Technology

Multi-process Welding Machine for Metal Fabrication

Software-based Robot Welder to Enhance Manufacturing Efficiency

Welding Fume Extraction Machine

Ultrasonic Welding Machine for High-voltage Assemblie

Double-pulse Ultrasonic Welding of Fiber-reinforced Composites

AI for Resistance and Laser Welding

AI-based Welding Process for High-volume Production

New Technique for Joining Dissimilar Materials

Recent Funding Activities

Recent Industry Activities

Growth Opportunity 1: Automation and Digitalization

Growth Opportunity 1: Automation and Digitalization (continued)

Growth Opportunity 2: Labor Shortages and New Training Methods

Growth Opportunity 2: Labor Shortages and New Training Methods (continued)

Growth Opportunity 3: Improving Safety and Sustainability

Growth Opportunity 3: Improving Safety and Sustainability (continued)

Welding Industry Roadmap

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Welding is a versatile and essential fabrication process that uses heat to join metals together, either similar or dissimilar metals. Unlike brazing and soldering that use a lower temperature to metal fusion, welding technologies operate at very high temperatures. Welding is the most-used fabrication technique across all industry verticals. With fully automated welding solutions witnessing radical adoption across the manufacturing industry, the technology maturity level is very high. With respect to automation, there are semi-automated and fully automated welding solutions. Semi-automated welding solutions are used predominantly for manufacturing a limited volume of products and require an operator to manually load the parts onto the fixture. Fully automated welding solutions can be programmed to perform repetitive welding work. The industry is developing new welding solutions to minimize negative environmental impacts and conserve energy and natural resources. Manufacturers in various industries are adopting highly automated, AI-based cobot welding solutions to improve manufacturing processes. This report covers the welding technologies/trends and solutions that improve manufacturing processes efficiency and optimize plants; it provides an in-depth analysis of the welding technologies seeing high adoption in the manufacturing industry. The study covers the following topics: Technology landscape and trends Technology attractiveness Technology adoption factors: drivers and challenges Welding symbols and defect symbols Trends and major industry participants development strategies Growth opportunities and future roadmap
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Author Doraiswamy Bharath Sunderraj1
Industries Industrial Automation
No Index No
Is Prebook No
Keyword 1 Welding Industry Trends
Keyword 2 Industrial Welding Solutions
Keyword 3 Welding Automation Systems
Podcast No
WIP Number DAC5-01-00-00-00