Fiber Laser Welding Machines for Metal
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Laser welding machine, or laser beam welding machine, is a new type of welding method using laser technology. The laser welding machine can realize welding processes such as spot welding, butt welding, overlap welding, and sealing welding for thin materials.They are widely used to welding carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum and is unlikely to be restricted by the workpiece shapes.
This laser beam welding method has the advantages of small welding seam width, small heat-affected zone, small deformation, fast welding speed, smooth welding seam, and high welding seam quality. The welded parts require no or little further treatment, which is conducive to the manufacturing of other equipment or machinery.
The hot-sale laser power outputs are 1.5kW and 3kW, and of course you can choose 3kW laser if you need to weld deeper. The higher the laser power, the greater the welding thickness and the faster the welding speed.
Laser welding equipment mainly includes entry level portable laser welding machine, cheap manual laser welding machine, affordable automatic laser welding machine, handheld laser welder, galvanometer fiber laser welder, optical welding machine, fiber laser welding machine robot, etc.
IGOLDENLASER offer laser power options of 1000W, 1500W, 2000W, 3000W. With different configurations, these fiber laser machines complete jobs quickly with high-level precision.
A good rule of thumb is that entry level portable handheld laser welders will sell for a price range from $5,800.00 to $10,500.00 with fiber laser powers of 1000W, 1500W, 2000W, and 3000W.
The best budget automated CNC laser welding systems cost from $18,800.00 to $25,800.00 with fiber laser powers of 1000W, 1500W, 2000W, and 3000W.
The affordable automatic robotic laser beam welding machines will be priced from $48,000.00 to $58,000.00 with fiber laser powers of 1000W, 1500W, 2000W, and 3000W.
The cheapest 3-in-1 laser welding, cleaning, cutting machine costs from $5,400.00 to $13,800.00 with fiber laser powers of 1000W, 1500W, 2000W, and 3000W.
The average cost for laser beam welding machines is about $7,800.00 for handheld types and $52,800.00 for robot types in 2023.
However, costs vary widely depending on the welder's configurations & features.
laser welding function of 3 in 1 laser welder Laser welding is one of the primary functions of the 3-in-1 handheld laser welder machine. With this function, you can weld various materials, such as carbon steel, aluminum, and stainless steel with speed and accuracy. The advantages of laser welding include fast welding speed, small weld seam, and minimal deformation. This function is ideal for repairing metal products, creating jewelry, and welding electronic components.
Laser cleaning of rust
laser cleaning function of 3 in 1 laser welder The laser cleaning function of the 3-in-1 handheld Laser welding machine is designed to remove rust and contaminants from metal surfaces quickly and efficiently. The advantages of laser cleaning include fast cleaning speed, thorough cleaning, and no damage to the surface. This function is ideal for maintenance and repair tasks, such as removing rust from metal products, cleaning molds, and restoring surfaces.
Laser cutting of thin sheets
laser cutting function of 3 in 1 laser welder The cutting feature of the 3 in 1 laser welder has some limitations. It requires both hands to hold and can only cut in straight lines without the ability to cut curves or patterns, making it unsuitable for high-volume cutting work.
However, the machine compensates for this limitation by allowing users to pre-save cutting parameters and welding functions, streamlining the process and preventing the need for repeated input.
The handheld laser welding machine is a new generation of laser welding equipment, which belongs to non-contact welding. Compared with traditional welding, laser welding has a higher energy density. So it can achieve better welding results. However, in daily life, we can not ignore the maintenance of the machine. Comprehensive maintenance work can make it last longer. Next, let's learn about the maintenance of hand-held laser welding machines.
Operators should regularly check the following aspects:
1. Check whether the cooling fan rotates smoothly when the power is turned on;
2. Check for gas leakage;
3. Check whether there is looseness or peeling between the welding wire connector and the insulation;
4. Check whether the welding cable and each wiring part have abnormal heating.
Internal dust cleaning
Since the hand-held laser welding machine is air-cooled, it is easy to suck the surrounding dust into the body. The operator should regularly use compressed air to blow off the dust inside the welding machine. Especially in transformers of equipment, gaps between coils, power semiconductors, etc.
Parts Repair or Replacement
Long-term use will deform the shell of the machine due to collisions, and the internal parts will also wear out. Therefore, during regular inspections, the operator should replace defective parts in time. The shell and damaged insulation parts should be comprehensively repaired. If there is rust, the operator should make the welding machine conduct electricity well by removing the rust. These measures can ensure better performance of the laser welding machine.
To sum up, for laser welding machines, regular maintenance, and inspection are essential. Doing so reduces the occurrence of welding accidents and ensures the safety of the operator. And it also increases the life of the handheld laser welding machine.In particular, the operator of the machine must receive professional training and familiar with basic equipment knowledge.
Sanitary appliance: welding of water pipe quick coupling, connectors, tee-junction, stop valves, sprinklers, etc.
Medical equipment: welding of stainless steel parts and seals of medical devices and equipment.
Electron devices: intermittent welding of small relays, welding of radio-frequency connectors, welding of mobile phone electron elements, fiber optic adapter connectors, etc.
Household appliance, kitchenware: welding of door handles, clocks, sensors, communication devices, electronics, crafts, etc.
Glasses manufacturing: precision processing and welding of glass snap structures and frame edges made of stainless steel, aluminum alloy, etc.
Hardware: welding of complex hardware stamping parts such as fan impellers and handles, and cast iron parts.
Machinery manufacturing: welding of engine cylinder gaskets, hydraulic tappets, spark plugs, filter cores, etc.