Storing weld parameters

Increased emphasis on traceability in the semiconductor industries, pharmacy and biotechnology has led Polysoude to develop a device to save and store all the welding parameters for any weld performed. These parameters are stored on a compact flash card; afterwards they can be transferred to any computer in order to supplement the Quality report. On a single 32 Mo card, you can store parameters up to 32,000 welds. Each record is documented with: the name of the company and welder; name of the welding programme; reference of the weld; number of the weld with indication of repaired welds; date and time; voltage, current, welding speed, speed of the filler wire recorded periodically; total cycle time; error message during the welding cycle
The pre-eminent Polysoude welding processes are TIG welding, hot-wire TIG welding, plasma welding and recently MIG-MAG welding. Polysoude belongs to the Austrian group IGM, specialised in welding with robots.

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