At Schweissen und Schneiden 2017, Hall 9, stand B26, Kemppi showcases future welding – an ecosystem approach that comprises advanced machines, automation, application software, management systems and human skill. It takes advantage of the full potential of the internet of welding by connectivity, cloud-enabled solutions and software.
“Forty years ago, we introduced the first inverter power source and continued to pioneer the industry ever since. For us, future welding incorporates advanced technology with IIoT enabled digital solutions, quality management, process knowhow and the ultimate usability.” says Frederic Lanz, Vice President, Sales Europe and Global Projects, Kemppi Oy.
Solutions that push the boundaries of welding
Kemppi’s flagship product, X8 MIG Welder, is a ground-breaking multi-process solution. Its state-of-the-art technological features combined with native connectivity to WeldEye welding management software make the X8 MIG Welder a unique and powerful tool for demanding industrial welding. The digital WPSs and wireless Control Pad enhance the solution's usability to a new level and make printed WPS documents unnecessary.
Integration and connectivity is essential in future welding. The universal, cloud-based WeldEye software is compatible with any brand's welding equipment, accessible anywhere, and always up-to-date with support to ISO, ASME and AWS standards. At the exhibition Kemppi introduces a new WeldEye module, Welding Production Analysis, for companies looking to benefit from a light and easy-to-set-up solution for monitoring and analyzing welding production efficiency.
In the complete welding ecosystem, A7 MIG Welder represents Kemppi’s expertise in Industry 4.0 enabled robotic arc welding. The sophisticated system can be integrated with any robot brand. The power source's comprehensive Wise process packages improve welding productivity beyond regular MIG processes. The Gamma GTH3 helmet represents Kemppi’s high quality personal protective equipment.
The innovative X8 MIG Welder, as well as A7 MIG Welder and Gamma helmets, are designed and manufactured in Finland.