HIGHLY PRACTICAL, EASILY INTEGRATED
The deflection system can be easily integrated into any laser system by means of various mechanical interfaces below, to the side (robot flange is possible) and from above. The integrated fiber collimator enables connection of the laser fiber without beam path alignment. A second external protective window can be quickly and easily replaced, with optional monitoring available. Camera and welding monitoring systems can be adapted to the process light output without aberrations. The AXIALSCAN FIBER-30 is completely dust-proof and is therefore ideal for use in a harsh industrial
Suitable mirrors are available both for high-performance welding applications with laser power in the multi-kilowatt range and for highly dynamic applications. Optical configurations are available for all standard beam parameters of lasers and their fibers. We would also be happy to help you put together the perfect configuration for your application.
The AXIALSCAN FIBER-30 is the result of our continuous and heavily market-oriented enhancement of the AXIALSCAN model range for fiber-coupled laser applications; ideal for welding in the e-mobility market with optional laser beam modulation or for powder-bed machines in additive manufacturing (SLM). Combined into a “quadruple design”, the productivity of one AM machine is boosted fourfold for each processing field. The integrated process light output enables the connection of application-appropriate process monitoring sensors, thereby allowing quality parameters to be guaranteed and documented.
Face to Face combination
Side by Side combination
We have developed the RAYSPECTOR monitoring unit for our AXIALSCAN FIBER to facilitate the laser process optically with comprehensive imaging and to support you in achieving an even better quality of your workpieces. With its automatic dynamic and fast focus tracking by means of a camera, the RAYSPECTOR monitoring module creates even more efficiency in electromobility and additive manufacturing. It can be easily connected to existing machine designs.