- May 6, 2022
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Applied Machinery Releases New Fanuci Handheld Laser Welder
Presented by Applied Machinery
Handheld laser welding machines are increasing in popularity for the many benefits they offer compared to conventional welding.
Fanuci is a well-known European company with extensive experience in the design and manufacturing of laser welders with a clear focus on high quality and user friendliness.
The Fanuci laser welder provides high speed welding coupled with a far superior, smoother weld line. It features low heat input, small deformation, large penetration depth and good repeatability. The unit offers low energy consumption and is virtually maintenance free.
“Fanuci’s wobble welding technology ensures that operators can achieve a consistent and aesthetically pleasing weld. The quality of the weld presentation can eliminate the need to clean-up the weld with a secondary process—which in turn saves time and money,” said Applied Machinery Sales and Marketing Manager, Daniel Fisher.
The laser source offers a high photoelectric conversion rate, improved beam quality, wide frequency modulation rate, intensified energy density, extended lifespan and stable performance.
The automatically controlled laser head features a movable lens, making it possible to correct material imperfections. The variable size of the spot results in a much better formation of the weld; something that up until now has not been available with manual laser welding using traditional heads.
For maximum operator convenience, all models are equipped with the fully automatic PRO EasyWire wire feeder that is integrated with the software to further boost productivity. The system allows users to work with 0.8-1.6mm filling in ‘push’ or ‘pull’ mode.
Another unique aspect of all Fanuci models is LaserWELD—an operating system that combines high performance with intuitiveness and ease of use. The welding controls are displayed on a colour touch screen which allows users to set all the necessary parameters depending on the user’s needs. The system remembers programs for given types of welding or materials in accordance with the production profile. If necessary, users can turn off the PRO Wobble function from the desktop and use a laser with a point or line spot.
There are three models in the range: 1000W, 1500W & 2000W. Prices start from $29,900+GST.
“Given its capabilities, build quality and unique features, we expect to find a ready-made market for the Fanuci laser welder in Australia. Companies can now take their welding to the next level with a far superior weld, coupled with increased productivity and reduced operating costs,” Mr Fisher said.
The 1500W machine is available for trial welding at Applied Machinery’s showroom.
1000W, 1500W & 2000W stock machines are arriving in June 2022!