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  1. Laser welding machine for coil end welding on thin strip available

    Bedford, OH - Guild International , which offers a complete line of coil end welders for many applications, has introduced its LHMA laser welder that utilizes a fiber laser to deliver the necessary energy for welding via a fiber-optic cable connected to a focusing head. The focusing head concentrates the energy to a very fine spot to achieve weld results never before possible on steel, stainless steel, copper and brass alloys, and aluminum. The laser welding machine creates complete edge-to-edge welds, without the need for start and stop tabs, on strip as thin as 0.003 in. The company believes this capability has been unavailable until now. Current technology employing gas-tungsten arc welding (GTAW) machines allows for welding strips no thinner than 0.008 in. and requires start and stop tabs. A camera and large human machine interface (HMI) touchscreen allow the operator to view the strip fit-up before welding. The process of shearing, aligning, and welding the two coil ends is complete in 2 minutes. Weld schedules can be stored for quick retrieval, and the parameters are set with the HMI touchscreen. An interlocked safety enclosure provides the required safety for the operator. This system is designed for use on either start/stop lines or continuous lines such as: traverse wind, stamping lines, coil buildup, cable line, specialty tube, and thin strip lines. For more information, please visit www.guildint.com .

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    Wed, 1 Apr 2015

  2. Laser welding in tube production

    Laser welding in the automotive sector is popular for car body joining or smaller parts assembly. This article discusses Plimet's investment in a new automated line for producing continuously welded tubes.

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    Thu, 6 Nov 2014

  3. Laser welding improved with vision sensors

    Trumpf is using vision sensors in some of its laser welding systems to automatically analyze and position workpieces, reducing system complexity and saving costs.

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    Fri, 10 Aug 2012

  4. High-speed, high-power laser welding

    With the help of outside collaboration, Begneaud Manufacturing has been able to define a new process that changes the way it can manipulate the focused laser beam spot on a workpiece—a method that was not possible with the standard equipment on its lasers.

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    Fri, 12 Sep 2014

  1. Fiber and disk lasers in powertrain welding

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    Fri, 12 Sep 2014

  2. One billion laser welded plastic auto parts

    Alfmeier Prazision recently welded together its one billionth component using laser systems from LPKF Laser & Electronics.

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    Thu, 20 Jun 2013

  3. Laser welding is more efficient

    Stuttgart, Germany – The laser is a key tool for material processing. It appears to be unbeatable when it comes to the cutting, welding, drilling, marking, and structuring of the most varied of materials. The innovative thinkers behind these laser processing systems will be present at LASYS 2010, ...

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    Mon, 10 May 2010

  4. AWL laser welding successful at LASYS

    Laser welding specialist AWL talked up its laser beam switch technology at the recently concluded LASYS 2012 show, and says 2012 is on pace to be a record year.

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    Fri, 22 Jun 2012

  5. Turkish delight: A growing industrial laser market

    Only in use for a decade, industrial laser systems show promise internally and as a domestically produced export product

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    Tue, 1 Nov 2005

  6. Lasers for medical device technology

    Aachen, Germany – The Fraunhofer Institute for Laser Technology (ILT) is presenting a laser-based process to manufacture tailor-made implants at COMPAMED, the international trade fair for high tech solutions for medical technology. In addition, the experts will be showing to the professional ...

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    Tue, 5 Oct 2010

  7. In-process monitoring of laser beam welding

    ISO regulations and a customer push for increased quality standards create the need for a "quality assurance" solution that is operational during high-volume laser welding in a mass production environment

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    Tue, 1 Apr 2003


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