Cost-effective, flexible and versatile

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Applications and materials

The specialty of our laser hand welding system lies in its flexibility and versatility in the application. Whether our customers are welding laser pins, welding entire seams or setting only scattered welding points, the contact tips developed for the specific use case always give you a qualitatively reproducible result.

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Advantages

  • Little to no delay of the component due to pinpoint, precise energy input
  • Can be used immediately, no training necessary
  • Flexible – even for intricate seam geometries
  • Integrated protective gas supply
  • Lunker-free welds
  • Pulsed operation with welding depth up to 2mm
  • Minimal effort in rework
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Materials

  • Stainless steel
  • Titan
  • Black steel
  • Aluminum

“Since 2014, we have been using the penwelder of Bluelasertools GmbH in our company. We use it to stitch workpieces made of VA and steel in material thicknesses of 1 to 5 mm, which are then welded ready in the robot cell. The system runs smoothly, handling and handling with the penwelder is hassle-free. The system is highly flexible and allows us to do without expensive devices and the set-up times for changing assemblies are zero as a result.”

Rudolf Riegel, Technical Director ELEKTROR

Penwelder in combination with TruLaser Weld 5000

Especially in combination with the TRUMPF TruLaser Weld 5000, the Penwelder enables economical welding of small quantities with the laser. Either by prefabricating the components or by repairing defects after welding. Here, the effort in fixture construction is reduced, there high cycle times are maintained. Penwelder and TruLaser Weld 5000 – a perfect combination.

Dr. Robert Lang

Our reference customers are happy to provide you with information on how they successfully use the PenWelder in their companies.

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