AMADA WELD TECH is demonstrating its UB-1500A low-power linear DC micro spot welder with the SL-323A high precision, low force electromagnetic weld head at MD&M West in Anaheim. This product combination was designed specifically for applications requiring precise positioning and force control resulting in robust, repeatable micro-welds commonly required in the medical device manufacturing processes.
The company is also highlighting its WL-300A laser processing workstation, which can be integrated with a range of lasers for medical device welding. The WL-300A on display will incorporate galvo scanning motion with XY Cartesian motion to address complex part geometries.
A live demonstration of its new WM-200A IIoT-ready, networked monitor shows how the monitor collects high-resolution waveform data from the UB-1500A/SL-323A, which can be used for instantaneous comparison of good/bad signals and for statistical analysis of the process and provide a means for manufacturing traceability.
Also on display is a preview of the company’s soon-to-be-released MM-L400A real-time laser welding process monitor, a compact, lightweight unit that supports laser technologies for spot or seam welding. The monitor, which captures high-resolution waveforms from three different wavelength bands, in addition to measuring the laser power, is networked for easy data transfer, analysis and storage.
The company’s most recent innovation on display is the SIGMA® LS laser micromachining subsystem, a femtosecond laser-integrated module designed for high-precision processing versatility. The small form factor and integration-ready design make SIGMA LS ideal for machine builders and system integrators, as well as contract manufacturers, job shops, and R&D laboratories. Stop by the booth to see a video presentation of the SIGMA LS, as well as a variety of laser cut and micro-machined samples.