Laser Weld Monitor

The laser weld monitor from Amada Weld Tech

A high-resolution, compact laser weld monitor from Amada Weld Tech, Monrovia, CA, is designed to detect production errors such as gaps between parts, missing parts, overpenetration, incorrect focus, and cover gas absence, providing operators feedback on laser weld quality. The MM-L300A supports laser welding technologies for spot or seam welds. The monitor is ideal for process development and quality control applications of laser welding. The monitor determines weld success by detecting and recording a thermal signal from the area of laser interaction and provides an output waveform around which limits (max/min or envelope) can be set. A dedicated thermal sensor enables precision monitoring of both CW and pulsed lasers.

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Fiber Laser Marker


FOBA, Selmsdorf, Germany, offers a marking workstation that can be used in an existing production line by adding a small format marking system or by means of a stand-alone compact marking workstation. With FOBA Go, users can control the marking laser via any browser and from any device. The software feature — FOBA Mosaic — enables automatic precise marking alignment for parts placed randomly in the marking field. The web-based touch UI enables easy and quick creation and output of marking jobs.

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Class 7 Cleanroom Manufacturing

A new cleanroom from Cadence

Cadence, Staunton, VA, has added a (ISO) Class 7 (10,000) cleanroom at its Connecticut manufacturing facility. The new cleanroom is dedicated to the production of innovative medical device components and subassemblies. Adding the new cleanroom and citric passivation is designed to enable the company to expand service offerings and complement its laser processing expertise, according to the company. It now offers certified cleanroom manufacturing at three of its facilities.

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Laser Marking Machine

A Fiber Laser Marking System from Mecco

Mecco, Cranberry Township, PA, offers configurable laser equipment. The Fiber Laser Marking Systems allow manufacturers to mark or engrave serial numbers, bar codes, 2D Data Matrix, and graphics on a wide variety of materials, including metals, plastics, and ceramics. A U-Model is the core product for making traceability marks on parts. It consists of the laser rail with controller and is suitable for machine builders to integrate marking into a larger turnkey solution.

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