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What Is A Fiber Optic Continuous Laser Welding Machine?

- Aug 15, 2018 -

What is a fiber laser welding machine?

Optical fiber continuous welding machine is a high-end, new welding method. It is usually composed of a "welding machine" and a "welding workbench". It couples a laser beam to an optical fiber. After a long distance transmission, it is treated as a parallel optical fiber. Focusing on the workpiece to perform continuous welding, due to the continuity of the light, the welding effect is stronger and the weld seam is more refined and beautiful. According to the different needs of different industries, the equipment can meet the needs of users in different industries according to the production site matching shape and workbench as well as automatic operation.

What are the advantages of fiber optic continuous welding machines?

With the advantages of quick welding speed, small deformation, and no air bubbles, ordinary welding machines have the following advantages. First of all, this kind of welding machine can be used in non-contact welding where it is difficult to access, and it is more flexible in operation. In addition, it is equipped with a CCD camera monitoring system, which is conducive to accurate positioning and facilitates observation of the welding process. Welding spot energy is evenly sewed. To ensure the aesthetics and performance of welding workpieces; to help companies achieve automated factories, can be multi-beam processing, can achieve the mass production of products, in the same series of products show the advantages of high output ratio, the final welding machine lasers imported materials The service life can be up to 10 years.

Optical fiber continuous welding machine is mainly used in what areas?

Optical fiber continuous welding machines have become a high-end product in the field of welding because of their higher degree of intelligence. They are even more popular in industries that require precision welding. This machine is suitable for welding various metals and their alloys, and can also be precision welded between the same metal or different metals, so it has been widely used in aerospace equipment, ship production, instrumentation, mechanical and electrical products, automobile manufacturing and other high-end industries.