Well-equipped features and high-power enable high-speed and high-quality welding!
Thanks to the output power feedback system, the exact laser output power can be obtained just as you set on the unit. In addition, the output power and output waveform are displayed on the controller's monitor.
Since the energy fed to the lamp is automatically corrected, there is no need for bothersome adjustment, even thought the laser output would be fluctuated caused by some reasons, such as lamp's deterioration and thermal lens effect on the YAG rod.
Since the desired laser output in the right waveform is applied to the work from the first shot, there is no need for "warming-up" shots before the actual welding.
The newly adopted variable mirror eliminates the laser power loss and brings balance of deliveries which is resulted in a significant improvement in beam splitting precision.
Maximum of up to 4 deliveries of optical fibers can be connected (Chargeable option) either on the top side or backside of the laser unit.
Welding initiated by an external start signal can be modified with the local controller during operation. Since the controller can be detached from the main unit, it can be operated at your hand. The start response time can be set in five different times within 0.1 to 16.0ms. Also, conditions can be switched to another during the response time.
With the waveform control functions there are two modes, Fix mode which is based on a 3-step waveforms, and Flex mode where you can set up to 20 inflexion points to create complex waveforms. Since the optimum welding schedules can be set depending on the various materials, blow holes and cracks can be avoided and the welding quality will be improved.
High-speed seam welding is possible with high repetition rate of up to 500pps. Also, power feedback control and waveform control functions enable high-quality welding for a variety of work-pieces.
The controller is detachable from the main unit and can be operated by hand. Large color touchscreen is equipped for ML-2600 series.
These devices are equipped with a wealth of input/output terminals (signals), so they can be easily connected to automatic equipment.
A maximum of four branches are possible, including energy sharing and time sharing. (Optional)