We are your specialist for industrial robots in the field of welding technology

The automation of welding processes occupies a large space in Lasaco's business area. For years, we have been working successfully with well-known partners and manufacturers of industrial robotics. Among the manufacturers with whom we work particularly closely are companies such as KUKA, Reis Robotics, ABB and Panasonic.

Custom solutions for welding robots and more

Whether you have a need for a single collaborative robot or a series of industrial robots to set up a plant for large-scale production, our automation solutions are always tailor-made and customizable to your needs. System integration is suitable for everything from arc welding and resistance welding to laser welding, laser cutting and details such as workpiece handling, deburring and further processing.

Customized system integration by Lasaco

As an experienced system integrator for welding robots, Lasaco is at your side with an experienced and competent team of specialists to integrate industrial automation technology into your manufacturing processes as well. Efficiency can be significantly increased through automation, both in manufacturing and in the logistics and further processing of workpieces. At the same time, existing space is optimally utilized and the productivity of the entire supply chain is increased. However, it is not easy to implement this automation without experience and viable automation concepts. Here, Lasaco supports you as an individual system integrator from the initial planning to the technical implementation of sustainable and future-proof solutions.

Future-proof production through automation with Lasaco

In industrial production, fast manufacturing processes are essential to supply supply chains with pinpoint accuracy. Industrial robots increase productivity, do not get tired or sick and always deliver identical results, which benefits quality. However, with every new production concept, the demands on process automation also increase. So you need a partner at your side who can deliver a future-proof solution for automation and who has the relevant experience in implementing such concepts. Lasaco offers the complete service program for traditional welding robots and robots for laser welding at any scale - and adapts everything to your requirements.

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Our categories for products and services in the field of automation and robotics

Here you can get an initial overview of the most common products from our robotics range. From welding robots and machines for laser welding to collaborative robots and compatible handling technology, we cover the entire range of requirements.

Welding robots

Lasaco offers customized automation solutions from welding robots to complete production lines.

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Laser cutting

Lasaco has been supplying 3D laser cutting systems for cutting plastic back-molded car body interior panels in the automotive sector for over 15 years.

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Laser welding

Laser welding is one of the joining manufacturing processes and is used in industry for joining metallic components and thermoplastics

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Handling technology

Using robots, it is possible to automate work steps cost-effectively without having to rely on human resources.

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Collaborative robots

With our strong partners Lorch and UR Robotics we are strongly represented on the market in the distribution of cobots in the welding processes MIG/MAG and TIG.

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Collaborative robot - the employee for the employee

In large-scale production, large industrial robots are mostly used, which perform their tasks completely without human intervention. Human contact with such industrial robots also poses a risk in day-to-day operations, as the kinetic forces involved in the movements and tasks performed by the robot are so high that humans must maintain a large safety distance or the machines operate in elaborate protective cells. With a collaborative robot (or cobot for short), this is not necessary because lightweight technology and sophisticated safety systems allow humans and machines to work in the same area. For example, the human can tack workpieces, which the cobot then joins together by laser welding. The possibilities are very diverse and individually adaptable.

Our partner manufacturers for industrial robots and automation at a glance


Kuka is known worldwide as one of the leading manufacturers of automation, industrial robots and production solutions. Robots from Kuka are used in almost all industries where reliable solutions are required.


ABB's robotics division has always been one of the leaders in the automation sector. ABB solutions can be found not only in large-scale industry, but also in medium-sized companies and even in the trades.

Reis Robotics

This manufacturer is now part of the Kuka family and contributes its know-how to Kuka products. Nevertheless, we still offer comprehensive service for maintenance and repair of existing equipment manufactured by Reis Robotics.


The Japanese corporation is known in this country primarily for consumer electronics, but Panasonic is also one of the world's leading companies in the field of industrial robots and automation. We have been working successfully with this manufacturer for a long time.

Questions and answers about robotics

  • Where are robots used in industry?

    About one third of all industrial robots in use worldwide work in the automotive industry. This is followed by electrical engineering, metalworking and mechanical engineering. But automation is now conquering other industries as well.

  • Why is the number of industrial robots increasing?

    Robots are an effective means of increasing productivity. They can perform their tasks around the clock without breaks and are not subject to quality fluctuations. This allows companies to deliver more products in less time.

  • What do industrial robots do?

    Industrial robots have one or more manipulation arms on which tools, grippers or even welding equipment are mounted. These can be positioned via multiple axes according to the respective requirements. Exact angles, distances and movement sequences can be programmed in advance or controlled by sensors.

  • Where did the first robot come into play?

    The first electronic controls for machines came into use in the mid-1950s. George Devol first filed a patent for a programmable manipulator in the USA in 1954, which is generally regarded as the birth of industrial robots.

  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of robots?

    Reducing labor costs may be the greatest benefit of using robots. Labor is much cheaper than human workers, while their skills and accuracy exceed those of humans in many areas. A disadvantage is the displacement of human workers from their traditional positions and the cost of programming, which is still disproportionately high for certain operations.

LASACO's cooperation partners at a glance

Since all customers have their own ideas, wishes and technical requirements for their individual order, we work together with strong partners. This is the only way to provide the required quality and reliability for applications in industry and trade. Here you will find an overview of the renowned manufacturers with whom we cooperate in the field of welding and robot technology as well as other components. Quality is our top priority. Always.