Fronius prototyping centre supports commercial sectors

Fronius supports industrial and commercial enterprises at its prototyping centre in Wels, Austria.

Companies that want to take advantage of new trends have a big issue in the development and construction of prototypes. To reduce risks and costs, Fronius provides companies with the option to permanently outsource the welding-relevant parts of their prototype construction.

To make this possible, the prototyping centre offers a range of services including 3D equipment fabrication, 3D measurement and an offline programming option complete with welding process simulation. With the pioneering WeldCube software, Fronius makes it possible to trace the entire component history in detail.

The Fronius prototyping centre offers considerable added value particularly when it comes to strict quality requirements and more efficient production methods. Large dimensions, complex designs, tight deadlines and brand-new products are considered a matter of course. The welding experts are also available to support the transition from manual to robotic welding as well as the application of new materials or welding processes.

Customers from a wide range of sectors, including the automotive and component supply industries, aerospace technology, the agricultural and construction machinery industries and commercial transport, have already taken advantage of these services.

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