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Welding machine working principle Laser welding uses high-energy laser pulses to locally heat a material in a small area. The energy of laser radiation diffuses into the material through heat conduction, and the material is melted to form a specific molten pool.
  • Materials: Stainless Steel, Iron, Galvanized Steel, Aluminum
  • Welding Process: Direct Laser Welding, Transmission Welding, Keyhole Welding, Precision Welding, Seam Welding, Sheet Welding, Pipe Welding
  • Laser Type: Fiber Laser
  • Laser Output Power: 1000 W
  • Wavelength: 1070 nm
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Data Sheet
LF-1000A Fiber Laser Welder 1000W
Miyachi Unitek Corp
Drawing on its extensive experience in pulsed Nd:YAG micro welding, AMADA WELD TECH’s LF-1000A fiber laser welder offers the precise control needed for small component welding, penetration welding of metals and fine cutting. A large touchscreen enables clear visibility of process schedule parameters, and an intuitive user ...
  • Materials: Stainless Steel, Iron, Galvanized Steel
  • Welding Process: Direct Laser Welding, Transmission Welding, Keyhole Welding, Seam Welding, Sheet Welding, Pipe Welding
  • Laser Type: DPSS
  • Laser Output Power: 1000 W
  • Wavelength: 1070 nm
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Data Sheet
LF-700A Fiber Laser Welder 700W
Miyachi Unitek Corp
Drawing on its extensive experience in pulsed Nd:YAG micro welding, AMADA WELD TECH’s LF-700A fiber laser welder offers the precise control needed for small component welding, penetration welding of metals and fine cutting. A large touchscreen enables clear visibility of process schedule parameters, and an intuitive user ...
  • Materials: Stainless Steel, Iron, Galvanized Steel
  • Welding Process: Direct Laser Welding, Transmission Welding, Seam Welding, Sheet Welding, Pipe Welding
  • Laser Type: DPSS
  • Laser Output Power: 700 W
  • Wavelength: 1070 nm
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Data Sheet
LF-250A Fiber Laser Welder 250 W
Miyachi Unitek Corp
Drawing on its extensive experience in pulsed Nd:YAG micro welding, AMADA WELD TECH’s LF-250A fiber laser welder offers the precise control needed for small component welding, penetration welding of metals and fine cutting. A large touchscreen enables clear visibility of process schedule parameters, and an intuitive user ...
  • Materials: Stainless Steel, Iron, Galvanized Steel
  • Welding Process: Direct Laser Welding, Transmission Welding, Keyhole Welding, Precision Welding
  • Laser Type: DPSS
  • Laser Output Power: 250 W
  • Wavelength: 1070 nm
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Data Sheet
Techwin WELD-2000HP Handheld Laser Welding & Cleaning System is a an really handheld & portable fiber laser welder. The equipment consists of a laser, a chiller, a handheld swing welding head, a laser control system, and an automatic wire feeder. The product fully considers the applicability of the welding process and the ...
  • Materials: Stainless Steel, Iron, Galvanized Steel
  • Welding Process: Direct Laser Welding, Transmission Welding, Keyhole Welding, Seam Welding, Sheet Welding, Pipe Welding
  • Laser Type: Unspecified
  • Laser Output Power: 2000 W
  • Wavelength: 1080 nm
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Data Sheet
Laser welding uses high-energy laser pulses to locally heat a material in a small area. The energy of laser radiation diffuses into the material through heat conduction, and the material is melted to form a specific molten pool.
  • Materials: Stainless Steel, Iron, Galvanized Steel, Aluminum, Brass
  • Welding Process: Direct Laser Welding, Seam Welding, Sheet Welding, Pipe Welding
  • Laser Type: Fiber Laser
  • Laser Output Power: 1000 W
  • Wavelength: 1070 nm
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Data Sheet

Did You know?

Handheld Laser Welders are laser machines that can create strong precise joints in various materials including different types of metals, alloys and plastic. In a handheld laser system, the laser engine typically sits in a separate unit and the laser radiation is transmitted to a handheld welding gun through an optical fiber. The handheld welding gun is often equipped with a focus finding capability allowing quick positioning of the welding gun towards the welding area. During laser welding process, the laser heats the joining areas of the pieces, and fuses them together in the cooling process. Laser welding comes with several advantages over traditional techniques which include precise control over the depth and width of the fusion area. Due to this advantage it has found many applications in automotive and aerospace industries where precise, smooth and seamless joints are necessary.