A Rising S Company Welding Robot In Action!
There is one key component in constructing the strongest bunkers possible, and that material is steel. What sets us apart from our competitors is that we use high-quality American steel in all our structures. Using steel means that our bunkers will last your family a lifetime, even under intense pressure. Bomb shelters made from inferior materials won’t survive a catastrophic event and are very susceptible to flooding and deterioration. Wood or drywall will not hold up when faced with nuclear fallout or a devastating natural disaster, and the fact that our competitors use these materials when constructing shelters is, quite frankly, putting American families at risk.
Rising S is the only bunker company that fabricates its bomb shelter doors in-house, right in our shop in Texas. Rising S won’t skimp on steel, and we make sure that it is thick enough to keep the whole bunker structure secure. Our thick steel doors also protect your shelter from gunfire and people breaking in. Utilizing engineer-approved designs, everything is constructed with a minimum of ¼-in steel plate. The seams are completely sealed, and the welding is staggered to maximize the integrity of the structure. We use the latest state-of-the-art welding methods, including the use of welding robots.
Welding robots are a very innovative way to assure our customers that there are no cracks at the seams, and it leaves no room for error in the welding process. These robots don’t make mistakes and are often more precise in their metal joining than that of manual work. Our company utilizes welding robots not only because of their accuracy, but because it saves precious time when constructing a shelter. The political unrest in this country and around the world may mean that a functional shelter is now more important than ever, and the faster a bunker is constructed, the sooner you and your family will have a safe place to go if someone comes after you or your weapons that you need for your protection.
The idea of a robot might make you imagine lifeless droids doing automated work, but nothing is further from the truth. In reality, welding robots do not work on their own. They require close supervision and are controlled by human employees at every step of the way. We take pride in the fact that our robots do not put American workers out of jobs, and our employees are completely certified and experienced in the whole robotic process. These robots protect workers from the actual heat and flames of welding, keeping our employees safe from the more dangerous aspects of the work.
As you will see in the video below, a robotic welder takes place in a welding cell and utilizes a robotic arm with a torch at the end of it that is so hot it easily melts metal. A typical welding cell is made up of two major components that include a positioner that keeps the machine in place and the actual robot itself. There is also a controller in the robot that makes everything possible by keeping movements up and running. It contains the power source and has the programs installed that tell the robot where to move and when. When everything is working as it’s supposed to, this complex system works flawlessly. Seeing the welding robot in action in the video really makes you appreciate the power behind the construction of our shelters.