Supersonic Wave Mold Washer
Ultra-precision Mold Padding Welder
Supersonic Lapping Machine
Discharge Deposition Equipment
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Stable Optical Axis!
Separate Optical Module
High Power & Less Electricity!
Twin Laser Lamps
Color LCD Touch Panerl
Stable Optical Axis! Separate Optical Module
Unlike a conventional YAG laser welder, the optical module and laser head (laser radiating unit) in the SW-FL50 are separate components. An optical fiber cable that conducts energy efficiently connects the two components. Since the optical module is installed in the stable main unit cabinet, the module is protected from impacts and vibrations, while the laser head moves freely, thereby almost perfectly preventing deviation of the optical axis. Furthermore, separation of the components allows miniaturization and weight saving of the laser head resulting in a flexible system layout.
High Power & Less Electricity! Twin Laser Lamps
Twin laser lamps with a total of 50 W have been adopted. High power in the 120 W class has been materialized with minimal consumption of electricity. A laser welding machine in the 120 W class consumes approximately 45-50 A, whereas SW-FL50 can deal with welding materials of φ 0.2-0.6 mm with less electricity. In addition, the load on each laser lamp has been eased, realizing high product durability. Thus, the product can be used economically and inexpensively.
The main unit cabinet of the SW-FL50 efficiently accommodates the optical module, power supply unit, and cooling unit, which allows the easy relocation and free location of the system within the factory. Because the optical module is protected in a strong aluminum box, and it is supported by the damper, it is a structure that the impact when moving and the influence of the vibration are not received easily. Welding can be done where required without moving heavy, sizable molds.
Color LCD Touch Panerl
A 7-inch color LCD touch panel has been employed. All settings are easy and intuitive to adjust and operate for the power, pulse, and frequency necessary for precision welding. The memory feature in the product makes it easy to select frequently used settings or other settings appropriate for each welding location or material. Furthermore, it is possible to finely adjust the various laser controls materialized by the twin laser lamps while confirming the visibly displayed pulse waveforms. The product can freely handle a variety of different materials and welding locations.