Robot Laser Welding Machine
Robot laser welding machine is composed of special fiber laser head, high-precision capacitance tracking system, fiber laser and industrial robot system; it is an advanced equipment for flexible welding of metal sheets of different thicknesses from multiple angles and directions. It is widely used in metal processing, machinery manufacturing and auto parts manufacturing that require processing of three-dimensional workpieces.
The laser welding robot is a robotic system equipped with a laser generator and dedicated software designed to perform welding operations on various materials. It combines robotic precision with laser technology for efficient and accurate welding operations.The combination of laser welding and robots has the advantages of automation, intelligence and high flexibility, and can be used for welding complex surface materials.
Optional laser power 1500W-3000W; support customization.
Laser Welding Robot Advantages
- Robot six-axis linkage, high positioning accuracy, large processing range, easy to realize three-dimensional three-dimensional workpiece welding;
- Compared with traditional argon arc welding, the laser welding speed is increased by 5 to 10 times, and the power consumption and consumption of consumables are lower, and the welding quality is very stable;
- The heat-affected zone of welding is smaller, which can better ensure the quality of welding products;
- Robot laser welding has good adaptability to welding materials, weldment size and shape, and can realize automatic control and long-distance welding;
- This workstation is very flexible and can weld three-dimensional curved surfaces or special-shaped workpieces. With special tooling and linkage workbench, it can realize fully automatic welding in one clamping;
- Laser welding has less smoke and dust, less radiation, and is more environmentally friendly and safe;
- Configure a non-contact weld seam tracking system to detect and correct the deviation of the weld seam in real time to ensure qualified weld seam.
|SYNTEC welding robot
|Max. load on the wrist
Range of motion
|Welding material thickness
|Welding gap requirements
|Machine gross weight
|268KG (robot) + 260KG (cleaning machine)
|Remarks: Can be customized according to customer requirements (other brands of robots can be customized)
The internal structure of the welding head is completely sealed to prevent the optical part from being polluted by dust.
The protective lens adopts a drawer structure, which is easy to replace.
Robot six-axis linkage
The six-axis linkage of the robot can easily realize the welding of three-dimensional workpieces.
Cooperating with special tooling and linkage workbench, it can realize fully automatic welding in one clamping.
SYNTEC robot operation interface
Easy to operate, reliable in quality and long in life.
We use advanced fiber lasers with a service life of more than 10w hours, low energy consumption, low failure rate, flexible fiber up to 10-15m, flexible and convenient, outdoor welding, equipped with a hard protective layer.
Handheld Laser Cleaning Machine for Removing Rust, Stains, Paint
Applicable materials: stainless steel, carbon steel, galvanized sheet, aluminum alloy, copper, etc.;
Applicable industries: Widely used in auto parts, stainless steel kitchen utensils, sheet metal processing, electronic chassis, door and window guardrails, steel structure industry, animal husbandry industry, furniture industry, hardware industry and many other new energy industries.
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.
|SYNTEC robot system + iGOLDENLASER welding system
|Standard 10 meters
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 laser welding technology of the automated laser welding machine is a very advanced technology that can weld a variety of materials, and it also has a variety of advantages that the traditional welding technology does not have, including no weld scars, beautiful welds, and workpieces. No deformation, etc. Therefore, it is widely used in more and more manufacturers.