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SSAB will launch its Weldcalc 2.0 software tool, which is designed to help users to optimise welding processes, at the Samoter and Conexpo trade fairs in March.

This latest version includes recommendations for Hardox and Domex along with Weldox steels and, thanks to the easy-access user interface and new functions, the results are even easier to calculate and apply, according to the company.

The Weldcalc software enables users to calculate and present welding recommendations.

The desired mechanical properties and the different plate materials involved in the joint are entered by the user.

Based on this information, a ‘tolerance box’ is calculated showing the allowed span of heat input and preheat/interpass temperature.

‘With Weldcalc 2.0, the user can choose the properties most important in a given welded construction – for example, whether to prioritise optimum welding strength or optimum production efficiency,’ said Daniel Stemne, manager of the Weldcalc 2.0 project.

The new version of the software also allows the user to save or export the results.

The next time the user logs in, the case can be opened, edited and saved again.

Weldcalc 2.0 is web based and is always updated to the latest version.

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