LAFET®-SM MOBIL: THE MOBILE WIRE FEED SYSTEM FOR YOUR MANUAL LASER WORKSTATION
ARGUMENTS FOR THE LAFET®-SM MOBIL WIRE FEED SYSTEM:
- Can be used on any manual laser workstation
- Mechanized wire feed (uniform and constant), but individually positionable at any time
- Fewer weld seam starts thanks to wire feed
- Intuitive operation, wire feed through contact with the workpiece
- Compact dimensions, easy transport, quick to use
THE MOBILE WIRE FEED SYSTEM FOR YOUR MANUAL LASER WORKSTATION
Mobile wire feed: How LAfet®-SM Mobil works
The LAfet®-SM Mobil wire feed device’s handle is used to feed the laser welding wire to the melt under the direct observation of the laser welder. The wire feed is started or ended by contact or isolation of the laser wire tip with the weld component.
The speed of LAfet®-SM Mobil’s wire feed can be changed while welding is going on.
Positioning of the end of the wire on the capillary nozzle is motor-driven with the appropriate control box function.
After insertion of a new laser wire spool, the free end of the wire is manually introduced through the drive unit to then be motor-transported through the duplex capillary hose and handle through to the nozzle tip.
We’ll be glad to advise you on LAfet® wire feed systems.
AUTOMATIC WIRE FEED SYSTEMS
LAFET®-SM AND LAFET®-SM DUPLEX
Process safety and the greatest reproducibility of laser welding with optimized welding time. Our internally developed wire feed units provide automatically controlled, constant, consistent wire feed to the laser.
The slip-free feed makes the welding process safer, shortens welding time, and decreases the number of weld seam starts. The process parameters are freely selectable, and operation is intuitive.
QUALAS® WELDING FILLERS
A TRADEMARK OF L & A LASERTECHNIK UND APPLIKATIONEN GMBH
You can get the best results in combination with the QUALAS® welding fillers we have developed in collaboration with experienced metallurgists, users and welding filler manufacturers.
On request, we also supply our QUALAS® welding fillers with marking: In this case, the material number according to EN 10027-2:1992-09 is engraved on the wire surface and is therefore permanently recognizable.
L&A Lasertechnik und Applikationen
SPECIALIST IN LASER APPLICATION TECNOLOGY AND SALES AND SERVICE PARTNER OF ALPHA LASER GMBH IN EASTERN GERMANY
Our welding experience in tool and die manufacturing began in 1990. The technology showed promise for that industry, and as a service provider, we have gained many customers all over Germany through its practical implementation.
With sound knowledge and modern machinery, we meet the needs of customers in industries such as: mechanical engineering, medical technology and sensor manufacturing.