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Precision Laser Welding Station

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Precision Laser Welding StationThe VersaWeld precision laser welding station from nanosystec GmbH complies with complex welding geometries, providing up to 6° of freedom and long-travel linear motor axes with encoders for position readout.

The laser beam is deviated to any position in a field of 100 × 100 mm by an XY scanner within milliseconds. Modern fiber laser sources offer up to 500-W continuous-wave power and create a weld seam down to a 20-µm width. In pulsed mode, such lasers provide high peak powers and allow for keyhole welding. Alternatively, lamp-pumped Nd:YAG laser with pulses in the millisecond regime allow for high flexibility. Diameters as low as 100 µm can be achieved.

Automated machine vision utilizes the images from the weld optics and external cameras for motion control purposes such as seam tracking. Device-specific machine vision algorithms reduce the processing time to a minimum. VersaWeld works as a single station or can be integrated into production lines.


EuroPhotonics
Summer 2021
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