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Wobble6-PRO+ : the best handheld laser welding machine ever
Maximum applicable power
Focus lens specifications
Collimating lens specifications
Protective lens specifications
Welding Torch weight with digital distance control
|Wobble diameter adjustment||0 - 4 mm|
Maximum gas pressure for cutting
PWM adjustable range
Swing frequency (four times higher than model 3 and 4+)
Double protection lens design, better dust resistance: By adding a second protecction glass, dust, fume, spatter and dirt never get a chance anymore to contaminate your lenses and reduce the efficiency of welding. While exchanging the first protection glass, your valuable lenses stay fully protected with a second protection glass. This feature keeps your lenses always clean and results in almost never needed to change your lenses! this creates an anual saving!
- Adjust the focus length of your welding nozzle in seconds
- Change your nozzle, and only the top of the nozzle in a flash
- Custom made nozzles are easy to make
- different nozzle-ends available for specific use
- changeover from nozzle in kles than 30 seconds
Very ergonomic and light welding torch with a weight of only 913 grams. The perfect solution for high precision works and the best and most comfortable torch for long lasting jobs! Although we included double wobble motors, double protection lenses, full distance control, we still got a lightweight torch to work continious full shifts.
Change all your welding settings from your workspot. No need to run to your controller, its all on your fingertips. in the welding torch.
On-torch controll and ddisplay of following welding parameters with one finger:
- Welding power
- Welding width
- Welding mode: Continue welding or pulsed welding
- Welding form: Circle, line, triangle,..
- Ramping up and ramping down
- Wire feed forwaard and backwards
The concept of the 2-D dynamic beam motion or double wobble head technology. The six basic programmable shapes available from an industry-standard wobble welding head are shown. Independent control of the amplitude and frequency of the oscillation is achieved through a high speed servo controller, allowing more ﬂexibility in stabilizing the keyhole melt during the welding process.
Stability of the keyhole melt is a critical factor when laser welding dificult highly reﬂective materials such as copper and aluminum. This is partly due to the tendency to spatter, and in the case of some aluminum alloys, a high level of porosity due to the viscosity and surface tension of the melt when using more traditional laser welding techniques. Recent studies have shown the reduction or elimination of these problems with the beam wobble technique, including a recent systematic study with and without fller wire on automotive aluminum alloys.
Overall, the wobble head technique allows for better temperature management of the part. Because the beam passes near any given point of the weld multiple times, the ramp in temperature and cooling rates is slower than in traditional laser welding, which helps eliminate defects and manage spatter.
In addition, this welding technique is compatible with typical welding accessories such as assist gas ports and coaxial nozzles that enable plume suppression and can help control spatter; techniques that are not readily compatible with the scan heads used in remote welding.
In addtion to stabilizing the keyhole melt and reducing porosity in the subsequent weld, the beam wobble technique has proven valuable for alleviating the part-fit requirements for laser welding. Using one of the programable shapes (infnity in this case) and optimizing the amplitide and frequency of the oscillation, an increase in the acceptable seam gap of three times that achieved in conventional laser welding has been demonstrated.