ProLine Pedestal Spot and Projection Welders

Using the latest quality control and safety technology, G.E. Schmidt provides the best-value pedestal resistance welder in the market for both projection welding and spot welding applications. We offer standalone welders, or we can integrate them with nut feeders, quality sensing systems, custom tooling and safety devices for delivery as plug-and-play devices with the best lead times in the industry.

Use the quote request form at right to request a quote based on the specifications of the welded part, or by selecting and configuring a specific welding platform.

  • ProLine Size 1 Welder

    A standard, versatile welding platform capable of handling up to 10-gauge material in spot welds, or M4-M10 weld nuts and studs in projection welding applications. Sturdy steel construction ensures years of effective welding. The ProLine Size 1 comes with both horns and platens to suit a wide number of applications. The workhorse of the welder selection.

  • ProLine Size 2 Welder

    Large, heavy-duty frame with up to a 300 KVA transformer and a 36-inch throat for demanding applications. The larger frame also allows for higher-force cylinders.

  • ProLine Dual-Head Welder

    This two-headed monster is built for small job shops and automated weld cells. In a small shop, two separate setups — tooling, weld schedules, even projection and spot welding — can be accomplished on one capable machine without requiring constant changeover. In both small shops and large factories, the dual-head welder increases floor-space efficiency.

  • Our newest frame, with even more possibilities. Use this as a compact, yet powerful, C-frame welding platform, on its pedestal or mounted to a benchtop. Or, turn it upside down (that’s right) — In robotic projection welding applications, the Adaptive Series welder can save up to one second per weld by allowing part movement and nut feeding to occur simultaneously, rather than sequentially. See our page on the Adaptive Series for more.

ProLine Welder Selector

Name
Email

Phone
Company

Part or Machine Specs

Welder Body

Transformer

Weld Control Manufacturer

Holders
Options
ElectrodesTensile TesterHand-Pneumatic Tip DresserSEKI Nut FeederNVS-G SeriesPush-Out Test StandWater Flow SwitchWater Flow ManifoldPush-Lock Water Fittings
Initiation
Other Notes

Transformer
Weld Control
Holders
Options
ElectrodesTensile TesterHand-Pneumatic Tip DresserSEKI Nut FeederNVS-G SeriesPush-Out Test StandWater Flow SwitchWater Flow ManifoldPush-Lock Water Fittings
Initiation
Other Notes
Transformer
Weld Control
Holders
Options
ElectrodesTensile TesterHand-Pneumatic Tip DresserSEKI Nut FeederNVS-G SeriesPush-Out Test StandWater Flow SwitchWater Flow ManifoldPush-Lock Water Fittings
Initiation
Other Notes
Upright/Upside-Down Operation
Upside-down configurations are for robotic nut welding applications only, to allow simultaneous nut feeding and stamping movement.

Transformer
Weld Control
Holders
Options
ElectrodesTensile TesterHand-Pneumatic Tip DresserSEKI Nut FeederNVS-G SeriesPush-Out Test StandWater Flow SwitchWater Flow ManifoldPush-Lock Water Fittings
Initiation
Other Notes

Chilling/Cooling

NOTE: Neither G.E. Schmidt nor its vendors are responsible for damage to equipment due to inadequate cooling. Please ensure proper cooling before installation of the chiller.
NOTE: The customer is responsible for the verification of all conditions before installation and operation of the welder and chiller.

Quantity
Required Delivery

Spot or Nut/Bolt Welding
Stamping 1 (Alloy and Thickness)
Stamping 2 (Alloy and Thickness)
Fastener Type, Shape & Material (Include Part # If Possible)
Fastener Size
Stamping (Alloy and Thickness)

Approximate Stamping Size
Welds per Minute
Weld schedule
Manual/Robotic

Initiation
Spot Welding Options
Tensile TesterHand-Pneumatic Tip DresserWater Flow SwitchWater Flow ManifoldPush-Lock Water FittingsElectrodes
Nut Welding Options
Automatic Nut FeederNut Verification SystemPush-Out Test StandWater Flow SwitchWater Flow ManifoldPush-Lock Water FittingsElectrodes & Pins

Chilling/Cooling

NOTE: Neither G.E. Schmidt nor its vendors are responsible for damage to equipment due to inadequate cooling. Please ensure proper cooling before installation of the chiller.
NOTE: The customer is responsible for the verification of all conditions before installation and operation of the welder and chiller.

Quantity
Required Delivery
Other Notes About Your Application

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