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QINEO ArcBoT Welding System

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Product Overview

The QINEO ArcBoT Welding System from CLOOS offers an easy entry into the world of automated welding. With the QINEO ArcBoT Welding System, you can weld even small batch sizes economically and with consistently high quality. The high-tech MIG/MAG welding power source and the very precise Cobot complement each other perfectly. In addition to the relief of the employees – especially with monotonous, repetitive tasks – you benefit from excellent welding results due to the reproducible quality.

As a distributor for CLOOS in the U.S. the automation group at Cross Company offers the QiNEO ArcBoT welding system throughout several of our territories in the U.S. Reach out to our team to set up a demo and see how a collaborative welding solution can benefit your welding process.

Features and Benefits

High Quality and High Precision: Torque sensors in all axes.


Fast and Intuitive Programming: User-friendly touch control panel with macros specially developed for welding.

Sensitive And Safe Control:Foot switch for freedrive mode

Finger-Forced Stop:Very precise power cut-off when touching the robot.

Simple Restart After Emergency Stop:No unlocking or releasing of the robot necessary.

CE conformity: Automatic wire retraction for maximum work safety.

Versatile Flexibility: Automated welding from batch size one onwards

Low Space Requirement: Systems starting at 1000x1000mm, based on configuration

Technical Specifications

Wire feed distance: Safe wire feed for perfect welding results

  • Powerful 4 roller drive
  • Slip- and abrasion-free wire feed
  • Maintenance-friendly
  • Wire thickness 0,8 – 1,6mm

Welding torch: Powerful welding torch for robot application

  • Liquid cooled
  • Very high capacity class 400 A at 100% duty cycle
  • Robust and compact design

Precise and robust: With the Doosan M1013, the 6-axis QINEO ArcBoT has a range of 1,300 mm and a payload of up to 10 kg

QINEO welding power source Inside: Simply welding

  • Efficient: Excellent price-performance ratio
  • Flexible: Many welding processes in one machine
  • Robust: High-quality components and robust design
  • User-friendly: Direct control from the Cobot Controller via interface
  • Complete: Extensive welding equipment package for a welding current of up to 500 ampere

Industrial Applications

CLOOS collaborative robot welders are ideal for a range of industrial applications.

Available In The Following Areas

With an extensive background in a variety of industries, Cross has relationships with a number of leading brands, including exclusive distributorships in some areas. We are proud to offer CLOOS in the following areas:


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