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Galvo Fiber Laser Welding System and Small Diameter Tube Cutting

Mon, 01/14/2013 - 10:26am

Miyachi Unitek Corporation, a leading manufacturer of welding equipment and laser processing systems, announces a number of new product innovations to be highlighted at the Medical Design & Manufacturing (MD&M) West exposition and conference, to be held February 12-14, 2013, at the Anaheim Convention Center, in Anaheim, California, Booth # 3051. On display will be the new LF Series Fiber Laser, Mu Desktop Galvo Fiber Laser Welding System, and Sigma Laser tube cutting system.

The new LF series fiber lasers are ideal for micro spot and seam welding applications as well as fine cutting, with power levels from 100-500W and a selection of beam qualities to suit each application need. A high definition large screen pendant enables quick and easy programming.

The Mu Desktop Galvo Fiber Laser Welding System on display is the company’s newest welding system, and features the motion capabilities of a stage-based system in a highly compact footprint. Fiber and Nd:YAG compatible, the new system has an average power of up to 500W, and high speed galvo motion. The Class 1 mini workstation is available in number of configurations, one with a vertical door that provides quick access for loading and unloading. Options include through-the-lens vision, extraction, and custom tooling. The Mu is also available as a Class 4 system, and may also be configured as a welding sub-system for machine integration.

The Sigma Laser tube cutting system on display offers high speed and high precision cutting of stainless and Nitinol materials. A new tooling innovation enables high quality, high yield cutting of tubing down to 0.01-inch diameter.  

Applications engineers will be available at the booth to discuss using the latest welding systems, along with other applications, including marking, cutting and micro machining for medical device manufacturing.

Miyachi Unitek
626-303-5676; www.miyachiunitek.com

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