Lincoln Electric Extends its Automation Footprint, Acquires Inrotech

June 4, 2024

Lincoln Electric has acquired Inrotech A/S, Odense, Denmark. Inrotech is a privately held automation-system integration and technology firm specializing in automated welding systems that feature proprietary adaptive-intelligence software and computer vision. The technology, say company officials, guides and optimizes the welding process without the need for programming or the use of CAD files. The vision-based technology finds use in the shipbuilding, energy and heavy industry sectors.   

“We are pleased to welcome the Inrotech team to Lincoln Electric,” says Mike Whitehead, Lincoln Electric’s senior vice president, president of global automation, cutting and additive solutions, “and are excited to expand the reach of their automated welding systems and incorporate their proprietary vision-based adaptive-intelligence technology across a broad range of Lincoln systems.” 

Industry-Related Terms: CAD
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See also: Lincoln Electric Co., Lincoln Electric Automation

Technologies: Welding and Joining


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