Laser welding with optical guidance is the latest and most effective solution for your demanding applications.
- Heat is transferred to the material in a very short time
- High speed and precision welding
- Very small area affected by heat, minimal deformation of the weldment
- Ability to weld difficult-to-weld materials
- Weld quality meets European standards
- High optical quality of welds, no subsequent mechanical finishing required
- Possibility of welding in hard-to-reach places
Principle of the process:
- The melt bath is formed by a concentrated light beam, which can be focused to a small space of up to 0.5 mm as required.
- Welding takes place without additional material, only the base material melts.
- The weld can be protected with an inert gas.
- The beam is fed through a fiber optic cable, allowing the welding head to be placed at any position up to 0.2 m without touching the material.
- It is possible to weld materials from a thickness in tenths of millimeters up to 6 mm.
- Austenitic and low-alloy steels are the most suitable, it is also possible to weld non-ferrous and colored metals and their alloys.
Parameters of the workplace:
- Power source: 4 kW
- Track guidance: optic, camera
- Number of workplaces: Two rotary tables with robotic manipulator
- Two additional outlets for special purpose workplaces
- Product dimensions: 2000 x 1600 x 800 mm
- Thickness of the material: 0.5 ÷ 6mm
Welding processes according to ISO 4063:
Process number 52