Fronius has introduced WeldCube, a welding information management and display system.

Fronius WeldCubeClick image to enlarge

 The WeldCube manages the most important welding information and enables it to be displayed in a clear format. From 2018, the system will also be available as an ‘on premises’ version; in other words, purely as a software solution.

WeldCube offers a wealth of functions. The actual values for each power source can be documented per weld seam both globally at component level, and locally in relation to a specific machine. These values can be continuously monitored and analysed. Set values such as job data can likewise be monitored and are recorded by the system throughout the entire service life of the welding system.

In combination with the new Fronius welding system platform TPS/i, it is also possible to create, edit and compare jobs centrally. All such data can be exported in a variety of different file formats or printed out directly. Intelligent statistics and filter functions allow one-off analyses to be performed. These are based purely on the user's individual requirements and can then be integrated on a customized dashboard.

In each network, a WeldCube system allows up to 50 power sources to be combined; the results can be retrieved using a computer, tablet or smartphone. In this way WeldCube contributes to a high-quality production process, helps to sustainably improve processes and measurably reduces costs.

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