Our Markets

Transport – Construction – Energy – Special manufacturing

A flexible solution to enhance the attractiveness and the performance of welding operations.

Our clients carry out welding operations, either manufacturing parts in workshops or on-site assembly. They operate in competitive environments and face numerous challenges, including:

Flexibility challenges:

Projects are following one another, requiring agility to adapt to varying productions. Even at the individual level, two identical parts often have dimensional variations that complicate automation.

Recruitment challenges:

Training a welder takes time, and mobilizing resources is a constant challenge for our clients.

Performance challenges:

• Quality has a significant impact on our clients operations ; any rework in welding is costly.

• Productivity is crucial for business development.

• Welder safety is a constant concern, as the profession unfortunately carries high risks of occupational diseases.



Manufacturers of transportation vehicles face high levels of activity driven by significant demand. They perform welds that are often challenging for traditional automation. This is due to limited dimensional repeatability caused by metal thicknesses and large dimensions of the components, which can reach several meters. The sector is highly competitive and industrial players encounter significant recruitment challenges.



Welding is necessary for the exploitation of any form of energy, whether fossil, renewable or nuclear. The construction and maintenance of power plants requires particularly technical welding operations that meet the highest quality requirements.

Construction projects generate significant load variations and complicate skills management. Long-term cycles linked to changes in energy policy further aggravate recruitment difficulties.


Building and Construction

The construction sector completes stand-alone projects that generate workload variations. Welding in this industry is highly technical and must adhere to demanding quality standards. Modularization and prefabrication are becoming more prevalent, allowing for some assembly operations to be carried out in workshops. However, many welds still need to be performed on construction sites.

Margins are traditionally limited in this highly competitive sector. Additionally, industry players must be flexible and face the ongoing challenge of mobilizing a diverse range of skills based on project requirements.



Unlike land-based construction, the “building” moves while the construction site remains fixed. This has led to extensive industrialization and widespread prefabrication. As a result, some welds are performed in workshops, but others still need to be carried out in challenging access conditions. In all cases, the mechanization of welding is limited by the variable assembly gaps and the size of the components.

The shipbuilding sector is highly competitive, and recruitment difficulties are common.


Specialized Fabrication

Welding is essential for numerous applications in specialized fabrication. Industrial players frequently reconfigure their production workshops, and recruitment remains a constant challenge.

The Benefits of Driven Welding

Weez-U Welding puts the machine at the service of humans.

We enable welders to take real-time control over operations in a precise and intuitive manner. The robot at last becomes truly collaborative, taking care of the dangerous, strenuous, and repetitive aspects, allowing welders to focus on problem-solving and real-time decision-making. This approach offers decisive advantages.

Our driven welding system enables efficient production of both unique and serial productions with dimensional variabilities, which would be challenging to automate. Our solution is certified for mobile deployment without safety barriers.

Moreover, our robot features an autonomous mode, relevant for sufficiently repeatable parts.
Switching from driven to autonomous mode takes just a few seconds and ensures uninterrupted operation and daily production gains.

Weez-U Welding driven welding system renews the attractiveness of the profession and facilitates the recruitment of new team members.

This technology enables the performance of consistently high-quality welds, even for welders with limited years of manual experience.

Thanks to Weez-U Welding driven welding system, welders’ exposure to radiations and fumes is significantly reduced. The improved working conditions improves quality and ensures a noticeable increase in productivity.

Our achievements

The driven welding cobot offers unparalleled flexibility. Whichever parts to be produced, there is no limit to the potential of this technology !

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Types of trajectories :

  • Straight lines and dihedrals
  • Circumvention
  • Curves

Types of welds :

  • Fillet welds
  • Butt welds
  • Multi-pass welds
  • Diamond plates

Types of parts :

  • Unique parts
  • Serial parts

Types of processes :

  • TIG

Types of materials :

  • Steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Aluminium

Types of supports :

  • Fixed support
  • Mobile support

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