Adaptive robotic welding
Inrotech’s welding automation systems are based on adaptive intelligence, an operation logic of the company’s self-developed software that is integrated with robots and welding power sources from other manufacturers.
”Our solutions differ from the standard approach where you repeat the same task hundred times and the programs are really simple. We make more advanced solutions, for example, for shipyards where the items and the tolerances differ a lot. Our system identifies what there is to weld and what are the tolerances, and then calculates online, for example, how many passes should we put in – and that’s what makes our solution unique,” Rasmus Faudel, Inrotech’s Manager, Systems & Software explains.
Excellent arc control and remote support
Roughly 80% of Inrotech’s robotic welding systems have been integrated with Kemppi’s welding power sources. The latest addition to Kemppi’s robotic welding portfolio, A7 MIG Welder, has been warmly welcomed in Denmark.
“A7 MIG Welder is stable, the connectors are solid, and the new design is compact and looks good. But equally important is that we have good support, especially for the special functions that the equipment can offer, as we often work at the limits,” Rasmus Faudel describes. “We are very satisfied with the support we get from the Kemppi headquarters, and especially the excellent local support – Kemppi Denmark is always close by if we need anything.”
With international projects on different continents, Inrotech has taken full advantage of A7 MIG Welder’s web user interface. It allows the user to set welding parameters or check the error log online without having to travel to wherever the machine is located. In most cases, the desktop or laptop screen also beats the smaller display of the robot.
“The web user interface is a very nice feature, and also speeds up writing new programs for the robot,” Inrotech’s welding specialist Lars Madsen says. A7 MIG Welder’s performance has met his expectations in practice. “You can do any welding you want with it by purchasing special processes. Programs like WiseFusion and WisePenetration are very good at controlling the arc and achieving repeatable and stable welding quality that is needed in robotic welding.”