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2017

Smart Technologies

Further development of power sources paves the way for digital business models

Data flows on the production line

Digitisation and interconnectivity in industrial production is one of the most important topics of our time. Digitisation has become indispensable in our private lives. Social networks and online shopping are integral parts of our day to day lives. Now it is simply a matter of applying the benefits of interconnectivity to industry, for example by developing digital business models. In order for this to succeed, we must consider production processes holistically – it is no longer enough to identify and…

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Industry 4.0 and welding technology

Industrie 4.0

Interconnectivity, automation and digitalisation are questions that have to be tackled today in order to be a leader of tomorrow – and the welding technology sector is no exception. Thanks to the Internet of Things, welding is a high-tech process that is equally as sensitive to the influence of processors, control systems and software as it is to welding torches, electrodes or shielding gas. Smart factories as the product of the fourth industrial revolution Digitisation, automation and networking are the…

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Laser-Hybrid welding – high speed, superlative quality

Laser-Hybrid welding

Laser-Hybrid welding meets the high demands of industrial, large-scale series production, both for thin-sheet applications and with thicker materials. The welding process promises the shortest welding times to unlock the maximum productivity. When using Laser-Hybrid welding in series production, the low overall costs for the weld seam guarantee a high level of cost effectiveness. What is Laser-Hybrid welding? Laser-Hybrid welding is a combination of a laser process and an arc welding process, usually gas metal arc welding (GMAW). A focused…

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High productivity through automated high-performance welding

circumferential welding in boiler production

To construct a boiler, three components need to be joined together: a cylinder, a base and a cover. Our commitment to efficiency and consistent high-quality make this a more complex task than first meets the eye. Speed and high quality as requirements Both manual and automated work steps are involved in the production of a boiler. Automated processes are characterised by high speed and reproducible results; an aspect that is of particular importance during welding. Automated welding ensures consistently high…

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Welding Academy

Virtual Welding – welder training of the future

Do you want to practise manual and robot-assisted welding processes without any risk of injury or need for expensive consumables? The Virtual Welding simulation platform makes this possible. Beginners can use the platform to learn different processes in a virtual environment, yet under realistic conditions – a great way to prepare them for real welding applications. What is Virtual Welding? Virtual Welding is a simulator enabling users to learn how to weld in a realistic yet cost-effective and safe environment.…

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