Hall Diode

Sections a – and switchable diode laser line consists of eight diode laser sub mounts in a compact housing and produces a line of about 100 mm overall length. Each sub mount can according to the welding contour individually on and off and create almost any weld geometry. The arrangement of multiple diode laser lines to a total line, the so-called diode nest, virtually all component sizes can be welded very productive in a crossing. Overall, an area of 1,500 mm x 600 mm maximum in a crossing is weldable. In the laser welding system moves the diode nest on a linear axis on the parts to be joined and welded them together securely, without marks (cratering) on the decorative side or thermal distortion to produce and when welding speeds of up to 100 mm / s. A Online process monitoring for quality assurance takes place throughout the entire welding process to ensure consistent quality of the welding. The strength (pull-off forces) of the weld in the border area, as well as the flap in the average are 25 percent higher in comparison to alternative joining technologies.

You will see a live demonstration of the switchable laser line of the robot system, the core of the JENOPTIK laser machine-VOTAN W, on the K in Dusseldorf, Germany from 16 to 23 October 2013 in Hall 11, stand C45. You will find a picture to download in our image database under lasers & material processing and laser systems. Disk IR70E for efficient laser processing of carbon-fibre-reinforced plastics which JenLas JenLas IR70E disk is a pulsed, diode-pumped single-mode disk lasers. This laser to the virtually injury-free and fast processing of carbon fibre reinforced plastics (CFRP) is due to the high pulse energy in conjunction with a short pulse duration and excellent beam quality.

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