Inrotech receives part of the DKK 50 million allocation from The Market Development Fund

DKK 50 million go to market development in innovative companies

DKK 50 million is the amount allocated to the 19 projects from Danish companies chosen by Markedsmodningsfonden (The Market Development Fund). Said companies expect the allocation will contribute to creating around 700 new positions within a 5-year period.

Inrotech ApS is one of the 19 project leaders which will receive part of the DKK 50 million allocated. The Market Development Fund was established in 2013 with the purpose of promoting growth, employment and export, especially in small- and medium-sized Danish companies. This is achieved by co-financing new, innovative products and services so that they are ready for the market.

A new extern evaluation shows that Danish companies which in the past have received funding from the fund will by 2018 have increased their revenue by DKK 2,7 billion and generated over 2.300 new jobs. According to this evaluation, 8,5 positions are created in a company every time it receives DKK 1 million from The Market Development Fund.

Inrotech ApS’ project will receive a total of DKK 2,2 million, potentially creating up to 11 new positions at the firm within 5 years. The project is called 3D Adaptive Multipass Welding, and its purpose is to test and adapt a new mobile welding robot which can handle the welding of thick materials in especially demanding environments. The welding robot will be able to plan its welding without needing any manual interference, regardless of the conditions it finds itself in.

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Inrotech is currently working on a project that is funded by Markedsmodningsfonden.

The technology is called 3D Adaptive Multipass Welding (3D AMW). It is a new innovative solution where a mobile robot will automatically scan,
plan and weld complex structures in thick materials. 
With the support of Markedsmodningsfonden, Inrotech can test and prepare the product before going to market.

Inrotech has recently got a new test partner Welcon A/S . Welcon produces towers to the wind-industry and will help Inrotech with testing of the 3D AMW Technology.

Inrotech’s engineers and technicians are currently working with improving and testing the Technology in their workshop.

Inrotech would like to thank Markedsmodningsfonden and Welcon for their support in this project. Without their support this project would have been impossible to accomplish.


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The technician is testing with different welding parameter
for the optimal weld

The laser sensor observes the angles and depth of the gap in order
to makecalculations for the welding

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Two technicians observing the results of the weld


Making adjustments

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The change in angle represents the inside of a pipe
changes the welding parameters


Here is one of the results