Laser processing cell can weld, cut, mark almost any part

October 17, 2012

Laser processing cell can weld, cut, mark almost any part - TheFabricator.com

Wayne Trail has introduced the Flex Lase Pro. The high-speed, three-axis, scanner-based laser processing cell is equipped with an IPG 2-kW, single-mode fiber laser and a Cambridge Technologies 3-D, high-speed scanner head. Typical spot size at midrange field of view is about 20 microns.

With a field-of-view working area up to 39.37 by 39.37 in. by means of power-adjusted scanner height setup and a fully dynamic Z axis, the system can laser weld, cut, or mark an almost unlimited variety of parts and shapes, either one at a time or in batch, identical or mixed components.

The modular, self-contained system includes a laser, chiller, fume exhaust, gas management, and controls. The design allows for near-zero clearance along its back wall.



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