Battery tray welding: presentation from Fronius at “Roboter 2020”

Event

2/24/2020 / Fellbach, Germany
The production of cell cases presents particular challenges in terms of cost effectiveness and quality. Alfred Hartinger, Coordinator Body Work DACH at Fronius International, explains which joining methods deliver the best results in his presentation at the “Roboter 2020” (Robotics 2020) conference held by the German Welding Society (DVS).
Alfred Hartinger, Fronius International
Alfred Hartinger, Fronius International

The German Welding Society hosted the conference on automated welding from February 12 to 13, 2020 near Stuttgart, Germany. The use of robot technology is continuing to advance – a trend that is also having an impact on SMEs. “Roboter 2020” addressed this industry development in detail and examined the topics of digitization, process reliability, production processes, and operating concepts.

In his presentation, Alfred Hartinger explained how cost-optimized and high-quality manufacturing can be achieved with robot-assisted welding systems in new application fields – for example, the joining of cell cases for electric cars. “Based on customer projects that required custom solutions, we have been able to demonstrate that in specific sectors of industry, the interaction of sophisticated robot and process technology provides optimal results for customer,” summarizes Hartinger.

More information on the LaserHybrid welding of battery trays can be found in the user report with automotive supplier Alu Menziken.

Contact Person

Leonie Doppler

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