More flexibility to heavy equipment manufacturing with PEMA robotic welding solutions.

PEMA robotic welding systems are designed to meet even the highest demands. The modular PEMA robotic solution range allows building the production system of numerous components with a large variety of robot tracks and material handling solutions.

PEMA robotic welding stations and production lines are designed for use in the extra heavy-duty production environment. When compared to lighter applications, PEMA robotic solutions start a new era in welding automation.

No matter what type of metal structures are manufactured, their structural integrity will certainly depend on the welding quality. Pemamek’s flexible robot systems are proved to raise end-product dependability and reliability as well as product end-user satisfaction.


Profitability for small scale production


Achieved automation rate up to 95%


The system can be utilized 24/7

Large working areas for robotic welding

Articulated standard industrial welding robots can be used for process tasks, but their reachability is relatively limited. When considering process demands, such as welding positions, the feasibility of a stand-alone welding robot can be compromised with any medium or large-size workpieces.

To overcome this limitation and to provide large working envelopes for the welding robots, Pemamek’s offering consists of several types of peripheral components.

PEMA Robotic welding

  • Solutions for heavy engineering production
  • Complete deliveries including material handling and conveying systems
  • Effective programming solutions such as PEMA Vision System and off-line
  • Profitability for small-scale production
  • Commissioning, training and modernization services
  • Yaskawa Motoman System Partner

Typical PEMA solutions for robot peripherals: 

• Floor track with one linear axis
• Gantry (half portal) with one to three linear axis
• Column and boom type manipulators with one to three linear axis

In addition to extended reachability, the peripheral equipment allows the welding robot to use several different workstations which all are equipped with workpiece positioners, as well as the use of additional robots in the same area.



  • Typically achieved automation rate in robotic welding: 60% – 95%
  • Deposit rates up to 9 kg per automatic program running hour with only one MIG/MAG torch
  • Systems can be utilized 24/7 and 8760 hours per year.


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