WiKi-SCAN 2.0 from SERVO-ROBOT – a new generation of handheld welding inspection systems.
SERVO-ROBOT is proud to announce that again this year, WiKi-SCAN™ was chosen by the American Welding Society as the official inspection system to judge the quality of welds during the AWS Professional Welder Competition at FABTECH 2017 on November 6-7 in Chicago, USA.
New Bremen, Ohio-based forklift manufacturer Crown Equipment Corporation has purchased a SERVO-ROBOT WiKi-SCAN™ Weld Inspection System as a new addition to their Quality Assurance Program.
SERVO-ROBOT is proud to introduce WiKi-SCAN/HR™, a new extremely high precision handheld inspection system to measure tiny joints, weld beads and other precise features typical in TIG, Plasma and Laser Welding quality control applications.
On display last month at the Japan International Welding Show 2016 in OSAKA, Japan was the entire WiKi-SCAN™ family for all your inspection requirements. Including the WiKi-SCAN/L™, a new model with an extended field of view to answer the needs of customers in heavy...
TWI Ltd., a UK-based independent research and technology organization for materials joining and engineering processes as applied in industry, has tested and added SERVO-ROBOT’s unique welding inspection and quality control WiKi-SCAN™ system to their technology...
SERVO-ROBOT invites you to attend a special WiKi-SCAN™ presentation on November 11th, 2015 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm Seminar Room, 2nd Floor of Main Building, KIMM 156 Gajeongbuk-Ro, Youseong-Ku, Daejeon, Korea.
SERVO-ROBOT developed WiKi-SCAN/L™, a new model of the WiKi-SCAN™ portable inspection system family with extended field of view to answer the needs of customers in heavy industries such as earth moving equipment, large structure construction, pipes, windmill tower and shipyard.
As highlighted in the January issue of the AWS Welding Journal (p.34), SERVO-ROBOT served as the official judge at the 2nd Annual Robotic Arc Welding Competition held during FABTECH 2014 in Atlanta, Georgia USA last November. The WiKi-SCAN™ was used to automatically...