Nanosecond Infrared Fiber Laser Welding System with Scanner

Product Description

This system uses a nanosecond fiber laser as the light source. The welding path is controlled by the scanning pattern of the galvanometer, and the heat input is precisely controlled by high-frequency pulses, so as to realize metal sheets welding, especially dissimilar metals such as stainless steel, copper, aluminum, and nickel.

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Advantages

1. Self-developed MOPA fiber laser can be selected in continuous or pulsed mode. The average maximum power can reach 350W;

2. High pulse frequency (1-4MHz), a wide range of pulse width (2-2000ns), independent adjustable frequency and pulse width;

3. The welding track can be edited, which is compatible with the welding requirements of products of different sizes. The weld appearance and mechanical properties perform well;

4. The high-peak and high-frequency pulse method can precisely control the heat input, which is more suitable for the welding of high-reflection sheet materials such as copper and aluminum;

5. Coaxial vision system and XYZ motion axis can realize multi-position welding of large-size products and high welding accuracy;

6. High stability platform systems with a flexible selection of single or double stations are widely used in the welding of consumer electronic products.

Specifications

Laser Source

Wavelength

Laser Power

Maximum Peak Power

Pulse Energy

Output Repetition Rate

Pulse Duration

Fiber Length

Nanosecond Infrared Fiber Laser

1064nm

60-350W

>10kW

Max: 1.5mJ

1-4000kHz

2-2020ns

3m

Cooling Mode

Positioning Accuracy

FOV

Scanning Range

Weld Point Size

XYZ-axis Stroke

Machine Dimension

 

Air-cooling

±5μm

20×15mm

100×100mm

≥0.2mm

300×300×200mm

900×1000×1800mm

 

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Application
Effects

Consumer electronics, electrommunication, medical devices, new energy, high precision parts and aerospace, etc.

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