Pulsed Laser Welding
U.S. Laser's high power pulsed lasers are ideal for
seam welding and
micro welding of a wide variety
of metals. These rugged industrial lasers provide
sufficient pulse energy for lap welding
or seam welding of thick metal parts ( > 1/8 inch). In addition, the energy output can be varied over a wide range allowing for fine control and small focused spot sizes for micro welding. Even difficult material applications, like aluminum welding, are easily handled with pulsed lasers.
Nd:YAG Laser Cutting
High power pulsed lasers are ideal for
demanding laser cutting applications
laser stencil cutting where a
clean near burr free edge is required.
Pulsed lasers are an ideal tool for
drilling small diameter holes in a variety of metals. Both blind and through holes are possible. Larger diameter holes can be drilled using the optional trepanner head.
U.S. Laser offers a variety of
beam delivery system designs with
our pulsed Nd:YAG lasers:
Conventional fixed optic beam delivery system provide the
ability to deliver the smallest possible spot size for
demanding micro-welding and thin metal cutting applications.
optic beam delivery provides flexibility in targeting and for
three dimensional seam welding applications.
Galvanometer scan head beam delivery systems provide a low
cost, high speed targeting capability in
spot welding and
multiplexers to provide time and energy sharing between
5. Coaxial CCTV systems for use with both fiber optic and conventional beam delivery systems provide an easy way of monitoring part position and focus.
System control is via a touch screen controller for ease of programming and profile storage.
U.S. Laser's high power pulsed Nd:YAG lasers can be
seamlessly integrated into a laser machining center.
Motion systems ranging from two-to-five axes are available for
positioning and processing in two or three dimensions.