Type GA mesh welding machines

The machine solution for the unrestricted production of all product variants and material combinations of wire grids and fences with various wire diameters and lengths, including mesh frame combinations.

IDEAL mesh welding machines are in widespread use in the wire goods industry.

Leading manufacturers of wire goods rely on IDEAL machines in order to be able to fabricate the base grids for their products in a flexible and economical manner. When required, IDEAL automatic production lines perform additional processes such as punching, embossing, bending, etc. on the product, ensuring that a finished product is achieved at the end of the line. They are, for example, ideally suited for the production of fences and industrial mesh in single or double wire for 2D, 3D, 358, grates or machine protective grating as well as for the production of cable trays or mesh floors. Subsequently, only the finish / surface coating has to be performed.

Manufacturing Line for Cable Tray

Process all product variants and material combinations

  • Wire mesh with various wire diameters and lengths

  • Mesh frame combinations

  • Mesh production with upper and/or lower cross wires

  • Special mesh products, e.g. deck mesh (mesh floors) and white goods

Experience the speed of the new GA 800 series.

  • Up to 200 strokes per minute (depending on the pitch and wire Ø)
  • Quick and tool free change over possibilities for minimized down time
  • New designed welding cylinders (adjustable 3,5 kN / 7 kN)
  • 1, 2 or even more secondary circuits in medium frequency DC technology for the combination of different input materials
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Advantages in order to make your production and processing faster and more affordable

  • The welding portal

  • Highest welding quality by means of application-specific alternating current, direct current or medium frequency technology (1,000 Hz)

  • Laser-supported positioning aids for a quick and monitored setup

  • Tool-free quick adjustment and conversion of the welding cylinders

  • Parallel production and combination of different wire diameters and other components such as flat bars or profiles with several secondary circuits
  • Manual loading for efficient small and medium-scale production

  • Automatic loading and unloading units for large-scale production

  • Supply of additional wires, flat bars and profiles
  • Integration of straightening and cutting machines
  • Easy handling of frames
  • Simultaneous fabrication of two products in a single step
  • Reduced installation area of the machine due to the integrated operating station

  • Intuitive operator guidance with touch screen for the setting of a multitude of welding and production parameters

  • Monitoring / teleservice for the remote maintenance and diagnostics via a secure online portal

  • Production and combination of different wire diameters and other components such as flat bars or profiles with several secondary circuits

Down to the smallest detail: Type GA mesh welding machine.

Taking a closer look at the details of the type GA mesh welding machines is worth your while. Here you can see the technical details, the typical functional ranges and more detailed information on the technology behind the GA mesh welding machines. You will learn why IDEAL utilises modular mechanical engineering in order to fulfil your requirements and expectations.

Portal widths up to 3.100 mm
Line wire lengths 250 to 4.000 mm
Cross wire lengths 200 to 3.100 mm
Wire diameter 2,0 to 10,0 mm
Minimum line wire distance 20 mm
Minimum cross wire distance (clear opening) 10 mm
Alternating current, direct current or medium frequency technology up to 1.000 Hz
Available welding current per transformer 150 kA
Separate secondary welding circuits bis zu 16
Number of welding cylinders product related
Patented, quickly convertible welding cylinders bis 8 kN
IDEAL mesh welding machines are used by leading manufacturers for the welding of wire goods for various products. Among others, they are used for

  • Oven and stove grates
  • Refrigerator grates
  • Animal cages
  • Display stands
  • Display articles
  • Shopping trolleys
  • Cable trays
  • Storage mats
  • Shelf and mesh floors
  • Wire baskets
  • Dishwasher baskets
  • Reinforcement steel mesh
  • Mobile fences
  • Gabions
  • in shop construction.
Depending on the particular welding task and requirements, alternating current, direct current or medium frequency technology is used. As a result of the concentration of the current to the respective cross point, straight, distortion-free and dimensionally accurate grates are achieved. Furthermore, with the programmable cascading of individual welding areas, the use in production facilities with limited power supply is also possible.

Extensive experience with resistance welding technology and the mesh production, a close, cooperative collaboration with our customers, the cooperation with technical universities and research institutes as well as an instinct for technology trends form the foundation of our high innovative strength. The basis of our development work lies in the continuous further development of our well proven machines with a focus on the best customer benefit and maximum efficiency. We offer our customers various modularly constructed model lines of welding machines, which fabricate mesh made up of diverse types of aligned wires that have been cut to length. In the course of this – to your benefit – particular attention is paid to the versatility and flexibility of the machines. Due to the quick, easy conversion during product changeovers, they are suited for both large-scale series as well as for medium to small batch numbers.

The modules of the mesh welding machine GA

The welding portal forms the centre of the mesh welding machine. For a completed wire product to be created, the loose wires, flat bars and frames must be supplied to the welding portal and the welded products must be transported out of the welding portal.

Subsequently, additional fabrication steps such as punching, embossing, bending, etc. can be arranged in an automated production line, in order to achieve a completed product at the end.

The 1. step : Feeding in wires, flat bars and frame

The 2. Step : The welding portal

The 3. Step : Removal of the welded mesh

Additional manufacturing steps: