The history of welding technology began in 4000 B.C. At that time the Sumerians welded gold with gold. Then it took a very long time till further steps in the field welding had been made. Not until 2700 B.C. the Egyptians used forge welding to build copper lines.

For decades, welding procedures have proven themselves in industry, in arts and crafts and on construction sites. According to its official definition at the German Institute for Standardisation DIN 1910-1, it is the insoluble bonding of components under the influence of heat or pressure – with or without additional welding materials.


More and more modern, small and medium-sized companies are implementing innovative welding technologies and process automation. Robot welding is one of these.

The individual Krüger Industrieautomation GmbH solutionsrange from simple robot cells with a device, up to complicated automation solutions in which several robots work together in a process chain. This works in such a way that, for example, one robot loads the work piece and positions it, whilst one or several other robots weld it. This means that several complicated work routines can be carried out fast and reliably.

Krüger Industrieautomation GmbH offers solutions for the following processes:


  • Spot welding
  • Gas-shielded welding
  • Arc welding
  • Shock welding
  • Adhesive bonding