Rofin-Sinar Laser GmbH said its Integral laser-welding machine features the new sweet spot generation technology.
The large working chamber has space for parts up to 500 millimeters wide. Work pieces are positioned using an xy table with a z axis. A patented optical system can be swiveled around two axes, to allow the welder to process vertical surfaces, undercuts or deep grooves without swiveling or tilting the work piece.
The sweet spot technology replaces traditional two-lamp resonators with a single lamp, using a new generation of lighting with much longer life.
For polymer welding, a compact series of fiber-coupled diode laser systems are air cooled.
Rofin-Sinar also has introduced the CombiLine Flexible series of low-cost laser-marking equipment. All supply units and operating panels are integrated into the machine housing.
Rofin-Sinar is headquarterd in Bergkirchen, Germany. The company introduced the laser equipment last year.
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