The lightwell handheld laser welding system. Features fiber laser technology for fabricator precision and flexibility.
Laser power up to 1500 W is adjusted with intuitive controls that can fast dial-in best weld settings for many thicknesses and materials.
Handheld Laser Welding System for Manual Welding
Pick stored modes to offer up to 2500 W of high peak power for an even bigger welding capacity.
With low heat input and aesthetic finishes with lowest or no filler wire, the portable gadget specs simple controls, adding seventy-four stored present and user-defined process parameters, permitting novice welders to be trained and welding in a matter of hours.
Professional users of traditional welding techniques can also benefit from flexible, rapid, thin, and reflective metals with the lowest distortion, undercut deformation, or burn-through.
Handheld Laser Welding Machine – Fiber Laser Power
Lightwell comes standard with wobble welding that offers up to five mm of extra weld width, rising capacity while offering very aesthetic seams.
Other standard specs contain a five m delivery cable, permitting increased part access, links for gas and external connectivity, interlocks for operators’ safety and multi-level sensors, and a laser welding gun with scan/wobble capabilities that support wire feeder and welding tip configurations that perfectly match joint types.
Changing the old thermal welding systems with a handheld weld gun facilitates the welding of molds, kitchen utensils, advertising characters, windows, doors, etc., and makes laser welding easy open-air operations.
The welding capability spreads from little light workpieces to big bulky objects that are hard to move, such as stainless steel spiral air ducts, stainless steel silos, auto steel feeders, chimney pipes, almost no size limitations, will definitely change by fiber laser welding.
The handheld laser welding machine has the benefits of simple operation, fast welding speed, charming weld seam, and no consumables.
It can be used for welding different metal tubes and sheets.
Standard supplies consist of a welding machine, safety equipment such as a welding helmet, mask, gloves, and other accessories like clamps, hammers, adjustable wrenches, and MIG pliers. Additional gear includes cutting equipment such as handheld grinders, chop saws, and cutting torches.
Rickys Welding Tools NYC
11 East 76th Street,
New York, NY 10021,
+1 (347) 342-1592