Repairs at laserwelding workstation

Repairs at laserwelding workstation

PowerWeld enclosed laser-welding workstations handle repairs of worn tools and molds, design adjustments, and produce complex workpiece contours. An air-cushioned work surface ensures precise part positioning and welding and uses 20 to 200-W pulsed, solid

PowerWeld enclosed laser-welding workstations handle repairs of worn tools and molds, design adjustments, and produce complex workpiece contours. An air-cushioned work surface ensures precise part positioning and welding and uses 20 to 200-W pulsed, solidstate lasers. They include joystick controls, CNC programmable axes, binocular observations, and motorized rotational axes.

Trumpf Inc.
Farmington, Conn.
us.trumpf.com

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