The cutting head has focusing optics for the laser light and an integral height control mechanism. An assist gas delivery package distributes a gas, such as oxygen or nitrogen, to the welding head. Most systems use a laser generator that delivers the laser light to the robot cutting head through a fiber-optic cable.
An industrial robot can easily automate the laser welding process. By using robot laser welding, manufacturers will see improved repeatability and higher-quality welds.
RobotWorx integrates laser welding robots into complete robotic systems. We provide new and refurbished workcells from Motoman, Fanuc, KUKA and other manufacturing companies. Every robot integration package comes with a full warranty and training at our facility prior to installation.
With successful installations throughout the United States, Canada, and Mexico, RobotWorx has built a reputation for delivering the best workmanship on the market. Our factory-trained robot technicians, engineers and sales representatives are prepared to serve the customer when any question arises. We work to meet every customer specification and need. Our prices are affordable - customers can save up to 50% off the original price of a system.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Laser Welding