Track any seam by intelligent laser
Always correct welded seams!.
Robot follows seam visual
To our Tracker
Lasermach® offers an exceptional choice of CNC fiber Laser cutting machines, Fiber laser Welding machines and technologies for processing of metal plate, metal sheet and metal tube materials.
FAST, economical and safe hand welding with fiber laser beam
A Handheld Fiber Laser Welding Machine is a new type high-power, high-end continuous welding tool which adopts a high-quality fiber laser source to produce a fiber optic beam. After transmission processing, the light is focused on the workpiece to achieve continuous welding. It avoids the two thresholds of thermal strain and post-treatment, and is environmentally friendly and pollution-free, greatly improving the joint strength and quality of welding.
Replacing the previously fixed light path with a hand-held type not only facilitates the welding of molds, advertising characters, kitchen utensils, doors and windows, etc., but also makes laser welding possible in outdoor operations, which indicates that the traditional welding of electric welding, argon arc welding, etc. will be replaced by laser welding.
Due to their excellent beam quality, fiber lasers are the first choice for diverse applications in the field of laser precision cutting and welding, as well as in micro-materials processing and laser marking.
Fiber lasers are compact and rugged, don't go out of alignment, and easily dissipate thermal energy.
They come in many forms, sharing technology with other type of lasers but providing their own unique advantages.
Fiber lasers: The state of the art
NO Sawblade costs
Lowest cost per cut available on the market.
Special for round tubes
No Tooling cost
ZERO SET-UP TIME
CLEAN INTERIOR (patented technology)
Our Intelligent laser welding seam tracking system is composed by laser sensor and control host.
Laser sensor is used for welding seam active acquisition and control host is used for welding seam real time processing meanwhile keep communication with robot.
It has locating and tracking functions also can satisfy the need of intelligent welding requirement.
More info on our laser seam tracking system by intelligent laser
Lasermach provides an an intelligent solution to process on parts regardless of the geometry. All 3-axes are integrated into the welding head. The laser beam is delivered to the welding head by fiber optic cable. The pivoting welding head allows easy positioning and...
In flame cutting, oxygen is used as the cutting gas. The oxygen is blown into the kerf at pressures of up to 6 bar. There, the heated metal reacts with the oxygen: it begins to burn and oxidizes. The chemical reaction releases large amounts of energy - up to five times the laser energy - and assists the laser beam. Flame cutting makes it possible to cut at high speeds and handle jobs involving thick plates such as mild steel with thicknesses in excess of 30 millimeters.
Plasma cutting (plasma arc cutting) is a melting process in which a jet of ionised gas at temperatures above 20,000°C is used to melt and expel material from the cut. During the process, an electric arc is struck between an electrode (cathode) and the workpiece (anode). The electrode is recessed in a water- or air-cooled gas nozzle which constricts the arc causing the narrow, high temperature, high velocity plasma jet to form.
When the plasma jet hits the workpiece, recombination takes place and the gas reverts to its normal state, emitting intense heat as it does so. This heat melts the metal and the gas flow ejects it from the cut. Plasma gases are usually argon, argon/hydrogen or nitrogen. These inert gases can be replaced by air but this requires a special electrode of hafnium or zirconium. Use of compressed air makes this variant of the plasma process highly competitive with the oxy-fuel process for cutting carbon-manganese and stainless steels up to 20mm thick. Inert gases are preferred for high quality cuts in reactive alloys.