Artech is a specialist partner to hundreds of industries using Capacitor Discharge Welding technology. One of the few companies, globally, to develop the Capacitor Discharge Welding technology, Artech comes with proven capabilities to help small and large companies from various industries to take up Capacitor Discharge Welding.

Founded in 1994, Artech was one of the earliest machine tool manufacturers in India to do indigenous development of specialist Capacitor Discharge Welding. What started as a mission to serve the Indian industry’s need for access to specialist technology has taken roots globally.

Today, Artech’s machines are leading the way across several established as well as emerging industries to drive product innovations through better welding technology.









Why Artech?

  • Long standing expertise of over 25 years in Capacitor Discharge Welding Technology
  • Partner to hundreds of companies in enabling better welding, efficiently
  • Fully indigenous technology developed by industry’s best R&D team


Artech brings an unparalleled set of capabilities in CD Welding technology. From design to delivery, Artech has proven capabilities to serve the customer’s needs at every level in switching to better, faster welding.


  • Dedicated R&D team with combined expertise of 60+ years
  • Advanced 3D modelling for machine design, tooling and automation
  • Compliance with international safety and design standards


  • Focused engineering team to help customers in developing and optimising technology for their application
  • Evolved processes to prototype and scale up new applications using CD Welding technology


  • 3 plants located strategically to serve local and global markets
  • Team of 30+ Engineers and Technicians for production, assembly and quality


  • Team of expert engineers serving multiple locations
  • Quick supply chain with stock of critical and standard components
  • Mobile App for customers to register service calls

News & Event

  • Great Response. Thank You.
    Artech's stall at Intec 2017 receives great response! This was Artech's 7th participation at the Intec, south India's leading expo for engineering industries. Artech's unique Capacitor Discharge Projection Welding technology is used by several leading companies from automotive to impeller...
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  • Changing the way Coimbatore welds!
    Coimbatore has been a hub for several pump manufacturers, both small and large. With the rising costs in cast impellers, several pump manufacturers started to shift to sheet metal impellers in late 90's. Artech's CD Projection welding machines have...
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  • The Art of Excellent Aesthetics
    Hollow Metal Doors, used in diverse industries, are distinguished by one unique characteristics - the clean, spot free finish. A typical hollow metal door may need up to 100 welds in various parts, adding a potential for black mark...
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