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TAH specializes in custom automation services for small & large companies

TAH is in business to commercialize High-Speed Robotic Cladding. Commercialization entails integrating sophisticated innovation into the mines, pipelines, foundries and platforms where welding is a primary activity and where low-alloy steel is or can be used.  In keeping with these goals to reach the public, TAH is integrating the innovation into a Customize Unit to introduce to new customers. At this stage, TAH will use the Unit to assist in converting High-Speed Robotic Cladding into a revenue-generating innovation.

About Tech Auto Help

TAH specializes in welding consultation and custom automation welding services and has created an innovative coating process that will revolutionize industries from Food to Chemicals.High-Speed Robotic Coating of Metals is the name of the innovation and along with NRC in BC Canada.

Our Innovation

Technical & Automation Help (TAH) has invented and patented a Robotic Metal Coating process (RMC) that protect steel from rusting, wear and increase the life span of the base material with state of the art technology until recently, to impractical and to expensive for other industries to use.


In conjunction with our automation welding services, TAH’s engineering staff will customize RMC technology to specific customers requirements. Our services also extend to retrofitting current equipment by applying our patented improvements.

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One of the important manufacturing technologies for achieving cost/performance benefits in industrial sectors, such as mining and mineral processing. During weld cladding, a layer or multiple layers of materials are deposited on the surface of a base material, to improve the surface performance, such as wear and corrosion resistance, or to repair the worn components.
Weld cladding can be used to achieve direct economic benefits by improving performance or restoring performance; for instance:
• Components of cheap bulk materials are protected by weld cladding to achieve enhanced performance;
• Critical components are consolidated by weld cladding for achieving prolonged service life and thus reduced MRO costs; and
• Worn or undersized parts (which are either expensive themselves or costly to replace) are repaired and restored by weld cladding/surfacing.

Welding and weld cladding automation

Welding/cladding automation could offer various benefits, such as enhancing productivity, achieving improved quality and reliability, reducing labor cost, and reducing the scrap and rework rate. It should gain increased acceptance when the industry faces a more severe shortage of skilled welders.
It seems to be a popular view that welding/cladding automation is especially suitable for mass production. That may be true in most cases; nevertheless, using welding robots for small-batch production has proven to lead to cost-saving and efficiency improvement in industrial practice, especially where quality and performance consistency are critical factors. Generally speaking, there seems to be some resistance to the adoption of welding automation; this view may be changed when both technological benefits and cost reduction perspectives can be demonstrated.

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