RSW (Resistance Spot Welding) Systems

Resistance Spot Welding (RSW) is a process where metal pieces are fused together by a high concentration of heat and subsequent cooling produced by a strong electrical current at the bonding site. Spot Welding is an excellent welding process for quickly fastening parts to one another, since fusion can be completed within a matter of seconds. With the help of robotic automation, resistance spot welding can help your production facility churn out parts more quickly and efficiently than can manual spot welding alone. RSW can ensure that your part is welded properly and precisely through careful placement and programming of the robotic arm, ensuring repeatable results that human welders cannot match. To ensure your process stays within tolerance, careful fixture design is necessary.

All RSW fixtures are designed with your complete process in mind. Proper thermal conditions, electrical conductivity and welding environment are guaranteed for the process. Our highly skilled engineering staff ensures the fixture will be neither over-engineered nor under-engineered for your application, minimizing the amount of exotic, high-cost materials necessary to handle the extreme conditions present at the spot weld. Stryver fixtures are designed specifically for your application. We design what will work best in your production space, maximizing ease of use and assimilating the RSW fixture into your production line. Trust Stryver’s 20+ years of robotic fixture experience to get the job done.