Handheld Laser Welding Machine
iGWL-HW, a handheld fiber laser welding machine, adopts non-contact welding process to form a strong (even air tight) seal of the machine. When welding, only need to enter the welding area from the side of the part to be welded, and the laser quickly heats the material to form a smooth burr free high quality weld;
The welding result is high aspect ratio, small weld width, small heat affected zone, small deformation, fast welding speed, no processing or simple processing after welding. Not limited by space and location, environmentally friendly and consumable, suitable for various application scenarios. Reliable, stable and durable, after a number of rigorous industry tests, to provide every customer with safe and efficient laser welding equipment.
The handheld laser welder is used for welding carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass, copper, iron, silver, gold, and more sheet metals and metal tubes. The portable handheld fiber laser welding machine will take over the traditional argon arc welding, MIG & TIG welding, and electric welding.
Laser welding machine (Laser Power:1000W, 1500W, 2000W,3000w), self-developed wobble welding joint, adjustable spot width, strong welding fault tolerance, can be equipped with automatic wire feeding system, expand the welding requirements of processing parts, reduce the technical requirements for operators.
Portable Laser Welding Machine Advantages
- Handheld swing welding way, flexible, convenient operation simple and convenient.
- Interactive control system, the welding is more precise and without secondary treatment after welding.
- Pure copper welding nozzle, gas protection system, automatic welding to blow.
- 360 ° any parts no dead Angle welding, easy adaptation various welding scene.
- Accord with human body engineering, lighter weight, avoid using fatigue for a long time.
|3000W: Three-phase 380V±10%, 50/60Hz AC
|13 languages: Simplified, Traditional, English, Japanese, Korean, German, Portuguese, Spanish, French, Russian, Turkish, Arabic, Polish
|Straight line mode
|Laser power adjustment
|10%-100% continuous gradient adjustable
|Laser frequency adjustment
|1kHz-30kHz continuous gradient adjustable
|Collimating focal length
|Range of focus adjustment
|-10mm ~ 10mm
|Spot adjustment range
|Cleaning head weight
|Cabinet standard 7 inches
|10 m (optional 15/20 m)
Single/dual axis laser head
Single pendulum and double pendulum laser head optional, small and portable, different modes, multi-system compatible.
Environmentally friendly refrigerants can be used;Small size, long life and durable, easy to operate.
Touch screen panel
Friendly interface; Rich functions, a variety of cleaning modes are optional, easy to learn.
Stable performance, low energy consumption, low failure rate, flexible optical fiber 5-20m, flexible and convenient, can achieve outdoor work, and has a rigid protective layer.
Handheld Laser Cleaning Machine for Removing Rust, Stains, Paint
Industry Application Widely used in the IT industry, medical equipment, machinery manufacturing, elevator manufacturing, craft gifts, household appliances manufacturing,automobile shipbuilding and other industries.
Application Materials Handheld laser welding machine can be used in welding stainless steel, aluminum, copper, chromium, nickel, titanium and other metals or alloys.
Laser Welding Machine Buyer Guide
The laser welding machine is a device that uses a focused laser beam to join two materials together. A laser beam is aimed at the point where the two materials meet, and the intense heat generated by the laser melts and fuses the materials together. Laser welding machines can be used to weld a wide variety of materials, including metals, plastics, ceramics, and composites. They are especially suitable for welding materials that are difficult to weld by traditional welding methods, such as thin plates, shaped materials, and materials with high melting points.
Laser welding machines offer several advantages over traditional welding methods, such as high precision, high welding speed, and the ability to weld a wide variety of materials. But they also have some disadvantages, including:
- Cost: Laser welding machines are expensive to purchase, especially compared to traditional welding machines. This can make it unaffordable for small businesses or hobbyists.
- Complexity: Laser welding machines can be complex to operate and require specialized training to use properly. Laser welding processes designed for precise alignment, high energy, and high-temperature conditions require a high level of expertise.
- Material limitations: Laser welding works best when used on certain materials, such as metals, and may not work as well on others.
- Safety Issues: Laser welding machines use high-power lasers, and the high-power beams it emits may be harmful to eyesight. Proper safety precautions must be taken to prevent eye injury or other injuries.
- Maintenance: Laser welding machines need regular maintenance and calibration to ensure their accuracy and service life. Maintenance times can be lengthy and add to the overall cost of using the machine.
- Power Requirements: Laser welding machines require a lot of power to operate, which may limit their use in areas with limited power supply.
- Thickness Limitation: Laser welding is not suitable for welding materials that are too thick. The thickness that can be welded depends on the power of the laser and the type of material being welded.
- Sensitivity to Contaminants: Laser welding may be sensitive to contaminants on the surface of the material being welded. Contaminants can affect weld quality and may require additional cleaning steps.
- Accessibility: Laser welding requires a clear line of sight to the welding area, which can make it difficult to weld in hard-to-reach places or complex shapes.
While laser welding machines have many benefits, it is important to consider their disadvantages before deciding whether they are the right welding solution for your needs.
Laser welding machines are one of the most advanced welding technologies today. When it comes to welding, precision, and accuracy are of the essence. Unlike traditional welding techniques that use a flame or arc to melt and fuse metal, laser welding machines use a focused beam of light to achieve the same result. The laser welding process is very precise and is often used in applications where precision is critical, such as in the aerospace, automotive, and medical industries.
Laser welding machines are versatile and can weld a variety of metals, including steel, aluminum, copper, and titanium. It can weld dissimilar materials, making it an excellent choice for joining dissimilar metals. Additionally, laser welding offers a high degree of control over the welding process, allowing users to adjust welding parameters to suit their needs.
While a laser welding machine is more expensive to purchase than traditional welding methods, it offers high precision and consistency that can save money over time. This is especially true for high-volume manufacturing operations where efficiency is key.
Laser welding machines have gradually become an essential tool in industries that require precision and accuracy in welding tasks. Laser welding is a highly advanced and versatile welding technique that offers unparalleled precision, speed, and cleanliness. With its ability to weld a wide variety of materials and unmatched speed, it is a cost-effective solution for small to large industrial applications.
Yes, laser welding often requires the use of shielding gas to protect the welding area from atmospheric contamination and oxidation. The type of gas used depends mainly on the material being welded and the laser welding process. In some cases, the laser beam itself can be used to create a vacuum or an inert atmosphere around the weld, eliminating the need for additional shielding gas.
The most commonly used gas in laser welding is argon, which is often used as a shielding gas to protect the weld from oxidation and other atmospheric contamination. Argon is an inert gas that does not react with most materials, making it ideal for welding. In some cases, other gases such as helium, nitrogen, or carbon dioxide can be used in addition to or instead of argon, depending on the materials being welded and the specific welding parameters.
In addition to the shielding gas, laser welding may require a purge gas to remove human contamination or debris from the welding area before the welding process begins. This is especially important when welding some oxidation-sensitive materials such as titanium.
Laser Welding Speed
|Collimation focal length：150mm Focus length：250mm Fiber diameter：50μm Protection gas＞15L/min
|Carbon steel (low)
|Carbon steel (low)
|Carbon steel (low)
|Carbon steel (low)
|Carbon steel (low)
IGOLDENLASER offers manual and automatic laser welding machines for different work. In addition, the handheld laser welders have several models integrating laser welding, laser cleaning of rust and laser cutting functions. 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.