Manual and Robotic Welding

Jenks & Cattell Engineering Ltd have both manual and robotic welding at our Wolverhampton factory to offer our customers a wide range of welded metal parts and welded assemblies, specialising in a variety of materials and part sizes.

Our top of the range Fanuc robot welders produce accurate welds at speeds of multiple parts a minute, which offers our customers a short lead time and a very high quality part for bespoke items and low-mid volumes. We have a team of SAFed / CEOC International approved manual welders. Our welding team offers:

  • Highly accurate components – each movement is precisely pre-programmed
  • Quality welding – the automation of the machine means every move is accurate and identical
  • Fast production – the robotic welder can weld up to 5 components at one time
  • Cost competitive – labour cost savings are achieved by using the machine
  • Welding mild steel, stainless steel and aluminium

Jenks & Cattell’s Welding Capabilities

  • Spot Welding
  • Projection Welding
  • C02 Manual Welding
  • Robotic Welding
  • Stainless Steel & Aluminium Welding Specialists
  • CD Welding
  • SAFed / CEOC International approved manual welders

Robotic Welding

For volumes over 5000 components per year, Jenks & Cattell Engineering offer robotic welding with four brand new Fanuc robots, totalling six robots in our Wolverhampton factory.

Our robots have the capability to weld multiple components per minute, all completed to bespoke programming per component, increasing and improving weld accuracy and consistency for large production batches.

Quality Welding

Jenks & Cattell have an in-house macro weld test facility, to check all first off welded components for customers, read more about this here>>

Manuafacturing a Finished Assembly

Not only do Jenks & Cattel Engineering offer a sheet metal fabrication service, with metal presswork and laser cutting, we also compliment our services with a comprehensive range of welding facilities to offer a complete component or welded assembly to manufacture a mechnical/functional assembly.

Extra accessories including pipes, clips, springs and nuts can be added to metal components.