As one of the leading manufacturers of arc welding systems, Lorch Schweißtechnik will be presenting its extensive portfolio of innovative welding solutions at “Global Industrie 2022” in Paris under the motto “Smart is when it has a future”.
The focus of the trade fair presentation is the “Lorch Cobot Welding Package”, with which welding processes can be automated quickly and easily. The collaborative welding robot is easy to operate, attractive to purchase and can be integrated into existing teams without much effort. In this way, the steadily growing shortage of skilled workers can be successfully countered. Also and especially for small and medium-sized companies, the welding cobot offers completely new potentials in terms of efficiency and welding quality for both MIG/MAG and TIG welding.
In combination with the new “Cobot Turn 100 A” rotary-tilt table, Lorch shows how to take collaborative welding production to the next level: Thanks to its fully integrated operating software, the two-axis manipulator enables even more demanding workpieces to be welded in top quality in just one program sequence.
With “Lorch Connect”, Lorch presents a digital service for easy entry into networked welding production: Thus, only the power source has to be connected to the Lorch Connect gateway and all relevant welding data is immediately available in the Lorch Connect portal. All manufacturing and work processes are thus transparent and can be evaluated directly.
For manual welding, Lorch Schweißtechnik presents the MicorMIG series in addition to mobile welding units such as MicorStick and MicorTIG. It features a simple operating concept, a stable arc and outstanding welding properties. It also offers high flexibility and future-proofing thanks to easy upgradeability.
A trade fair novelty is the MF-10 full-protection feed case, which, according to Lorch, “guarantees good welding results even under extreme working conditions due to its robustness.” Another highlight at the booth is the MicorTwin welding process, which is available for all power classes of the MicorMIG Pulse series. It makes it possible to weld demanding visible seams, which today are often still performed using the time-consuming TIG process, much faster and easier with MIG-MAG.
Hall 13a, Booth 6H113