It was 1976 when one of the current partners began the long march in the field of resistance welding and automation applied to it. In the following years, the company grows and its market is immediately the whole world. Thanks to innovative technicians and a brilliant vision, at the end of the 70s at the Milan Trade Fair, CEMSA presented the first numerically controlled resistance spot welder called ROBOROOF. In 2004, the opportunity also opened up to combine resistance welding with Electro-upsetting, a hot preforming that often precedes hot forging and which leads to new market outlets for CEMSA. A long time has passed since then, but the desire to innovate has remained in the people who have alternated and have carried forward the same brilliant vision of that time. The customer is looking for you to solve a problem and this is what CEMSA does; it does not design and build machines, but real production solutions. The main markets of the company, although not the only ones, have always been the most demanding in terms of automation and greedy for technology, automotive, aerospace and the white goods industry. In these sectors, a common and transversal need has increasingly developed in the over 120 countries in which CEMSA operates. Process monitoring, quality certification of the welded or electro-upsetting piece. Therefore, being able to draw on the experience gained in the aforementioned markets, today CEMSA is able to develop solutions that guarantee the quality, traceability and repeatability of the production process, to the full satisfaction of the end user.
There is no shortage of examples: in 2018 one of the most important airliner repair hubs in the Middle East chooses CEMSA for the supply of a sophisticated and gigantic spot welder, capable of recording and transmitting process data for each welded point to the management data system. In 2019,an integrator commissioned a special seam welder with an anthropomorphic robot serving it, for welding SUV tanks of a well-known British luxury car brand. In 2021, a well-established Californian customer confirms his choice and ommissions CEMSA for the third Electrical Upsetting unit for the production of titanium valves for racing cars engines for. In recent years, CEMSA has been able to implement electronics on the machines that allow energy savings with peaks of 45-50% when compared with older models. This is because in parallel with the control of the production process, the energy saving aspect is certainly no less. Now more than ever, companies must try to save as much as possible on fixed production costs and energy, in resistance welding, is a absolute present cost. if in the long run this means a lower environmental impact, at CEMSA they can only be satisfied for.