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3000W Laser Welding Machine

3000W Laser Welding Machine
(4 customer reviews)

$8,500.00

Laser Power: 3000W
Laser Genertor: Raycus, Max, JPT, IPG
Range of Adjustable Power: 1-100%
Laser Wavelength: 1080nm
Way of Working: Continuous/Modulation
Cooling Method: Water Cooling
Fiber Length: Standard 10m, Maximum Support 20m
Working Environment Temperature: 15~35℃
Working Environment Humidity: < 70% (No Condensation)
After Sale: 3 Years
Table of Contents

Product introduction

The 3000w laser welding machine refers to a welding system with a laser output power of 3000 watts. Laser welding is a precise and efficient welding technique that uses a highly focused laser beam to join materials together. It can be used to weld a variety of materials, including metals such as steel, aluminum, and titanium, as well as certain plastics. The high power output allows for deep penetration and fast welding speeds, making it suitable for industrial applications where productivity and quality are critical.
Laser welding allows for fine control of heat input and weld pool size, resulting in precise and accurate welds. A focused laser beam provides a concentrated heat source which minimizes the heat-affected zone and reduces distortion of welded parts. In addition, the power of the laser generator will affect the welding speed. Compared with low-power laser generators, the 3000w laser generator can provide faster welding speed, thus increasing productivity.

Product Configuration

Max Laser Generator

Famous Laser Generator

Using well-known brand laser generators (Raycus, JPT, Reci, Max, IPG), a high photoelectric conversion rate ensures the laser power and makes the welding effect better. AccTek can design different configurations to meet customer needs.

Industrial Water Chiller

Industrial Water Chiller

The industrial water cooler ensures the heat dissipation of the core optical path components, allowing the welding machine to provide consistent welding quality and helping to improve the overall quality of the weld itself. It can also increase welding output by reducing the downtime of fiber laser welding machines. In addition, an excellent industrial water cooler can also prolong the service life of the laser welding machine.

Laser Welding Head

Laser Welding Gun

The laser welding gun is ergonomically designed, light in shape, comfortable to hold, and easy to control and operate. The hand-held welding gun is easy to hold and can be operated at any angle, making welding more convenient and flexible.

Control Panel

Interactive Touch Screen Control System

AccTek provides high-performance, intuitive, and easy-to-use operating systems. It expands the tolerance range and weld width of machined parts and provides better weld formation results. The operating system supports Chinese, English, Korean, Russian, Vietnamese, and other languages.

Product Parameters

Model AKH-1000 AKH-1500 AKH-2000 AKH-3000
Laser Power 1000W 1500W 2000W 3000W
Laser Type Fiber Laser
Range of Adjustable Power 1-100%
Laser Wavelength 1080nm
Way of Working Continuous/Modulation
Speed Range 0-120mm/s
Repeat Precision ±0.01mm
Welding Gap Requirements ≤0.5mm
Cooling Water Industrial Thermostatic Water Tank

Product Features

  • The operation is simple and easy to learn, and the weld seam is not deformed.
  • The laser output is stable, ensuring the consistency of the weld.
  • High power density after laser focusing.
  • The welding seam is smooth and beautiful, the welding workpiece will not be deformed, and the welding is firm without a subsequent grinding process, saving time and cost.
  • 360-degree micro-welding without dead angle. After the laser beam is focused, a small spot can be obtained, which can be precisely positioned and used for the welding of small and small workpieces and can realize mass production.
  • The welding speed is fast and the operation is simple, which is 2-10 times faster than the traditional welding speed.
  • Long service life, providing a safer and more environmentally friendly welding method.
  • High energy density, low heat input, small thermal deformation, narrow and deep melting zone, and heat-affected zone.
  • The cooling speed is fast, the fine weld structure can be welded, and the joint performance is good.
  • Compared with the contact welding method, laser welding saves electrodes, reduces daily maintenance costs, and greatly improves production efficiency.
  • The welding seam is thin, the penetration depth is large, the taper is small, the precision is high, and the appearance is smooth and beautiful.
  • No consumables, small size, flexible processing, low operation, and maintenance costs.

Welding Thickness Reference

Material Welding Form Thickness (mm) Laser Power (W) Welding Speed (mm/s) Defocus Amount Protective Gas Blowing Method Flow (L/min) Welding Effect
Carbon Steel (Q235B) Butt Welding 0.5 3000 100~110 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 3000 90~100 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 3000 70~80 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 2 3000 60~70 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 3 3000 50~60 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 4 3000 40~50 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 5 3000 30~40 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Stainless Steel (SUS304) Butt Welding 0.5 3000 110~120 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 3000 100~110 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 3000 90~100 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 2 3000 80~90 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 3 3000 70~80 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 4 3000 60~70 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 5 3000 40~50 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Brass Butt Welding 0.5 3000 90~100 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 3000 80~90 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 3000 70~80 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 2 3000 60~70 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 3 3000 50~60 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 4 3000 30~40 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
1-3 Series Aluminum Alloys Butt Welding 0.5 3000 100~110 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 3000 90~100 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 3000 80~90 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 2 3000 70~80 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 3 3000 40~50 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
4-7 Series Aluminum Alloys Butt Welding 0.5 3000 80~90 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 3000 70~80 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 3000 60~70 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 2 3000 40~50 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Copper Butt Welding 0.5 3000 60~70 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 3000 40~50 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 3000 30~40 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely

Welding Samples

Step into the future of welding with a 3000w laser welding machine. Unleash unmatched power and precision, revolutionizing industries with seamless metal fusion. From heavy-duty construction to intricate microelectronics, our laser welder ensures flawless joins with unrivaled efficiency. Experience the pinnacle of manufacturing excellence, as our cutting-edge technology delivers superior-quality welds, surpassing all expectations.
Laser Welding Sample
Laser Welding Sample
Laser Welding Sample
Laser Welding Sample

Frequently Asked Questions

The initial cost of a 3000w laser welding machine can vary based on several factors, including make, model, features, and other options. Generally speaking, an industrial laser welding machine is a great investment due to its advanced technology and capabilities. 3000w handheld laser welding machines range in price from $8,500 to $25,000. Note that these figures are approximate only and may vary significantly based on the previously mentioned factors. For example, higher-end models with advanced features and automation may cost more.

Note that the initial cost is only one aspect of the overall investment in a laser welding machine. Other factors to consider include installation costs, training, maintenance, and any necessary accessories or consumables. Additionally, ongoing operating costs such as power consumption and scheduled maintenance should also be considered when assessing the total cost of ownership.

For accurate and up-to-date pricing, it is advised to contact a reputable laser welding machine manufacturer or supplier. AccTek Laser is a professional laser welding machine manufacturer. We can provide details on pricing and any additional costs associated with your machines, such as shipping, installation, or training. Our engineers will advise you on pricing and options and recommend the best laser welding machine for your application and budget. If you need it, please feel free to contact us.

Also, even if you now have an accurate price, we recommend that you contact us. You can decide which laser welding machine to buy by comparing the prices and services of different suppliers.

The ongoing cost of a 3000w laser welding machine can vary based on several factors, including the specific components of the machine, the frequency and intensity of use, and the type of material being welded. The following are some common consumables and parts that may require periodic replacement or maintenance:

  • Laser Optics: Laser optics, such as lenses and mirrors, degrade over time due to exposure to high-intensity laser beams. These parts may require periodic cleaning, calibration, or replacement to maintain optimum performance. The frequency and cost of replacing laser optics can vary depending on factors such as laser power, operating conditions, and maintenance time.
  • Gas Consumption: Some laser welding processes require the use of shielding gases, such as argon or nitrogen, to protect the weld area from oxidation and improve weld quality. Ongoing costs should include purchasing or refilling cylinders.
  • Cooling System Maintenance: Laser welding machines usually use a cooling system to dissipate the heat generated during operation. This may involve the use of coolant or the use of water circulation systems. Ongoing costs may include scheduled maintenance, coolant replenishment, and occasional repairs or replacements of cooling system components.
  • Power Consumption: Using a 3000w laser welding machine requires a lot of power. Ongoing costs will include the electricity consumption associated with running the machine. It is recommended to consider energy-saving models and optimize the operation plan to minimize electricity costs.
  • Electrical Components: Over time, electrical components within a laser welding machine may require maintenance or replacement. These components can include power supplies, control boards, sensors, and other related parts. The cost and frequency of replacing these components may vary depending on their reliability and condition of use.
  • Laser Consumables: Depending on the welding process and application, additional consumable accessories such as filler wire or shielding gas may be required. The frequency of replacement or replenishment of these consumables will vary depending on usage and specific welding requirements.

Specific ongoing costs can vary widely depending on the make, model, and usage pattern of the machine. It is advisable to consult the manufacturer or supplier of your laser welding machine for accurate information on expected ongoing costs and a suggested maintenance schedule for the particular machine you are considering. They can give you details on the supplies and parts you will need and the associated costs.

The initial cost of a 3000w laser welding machine is affected by many factors. These factors may vary including manufacturer, model, and specific features or options included. Here are some key factors that can affect initial cost:

  • Brands and Manufacturers: Different brands and manufacturers offer laser welding machines that vary in quality, features, and reputation. Well-known brands often command higher prices because of their proven track record, advanced technology, and customer support.
  • Machine Features and Capabilities: The features and capabilities of a laser welding machine can significantly affect its cost. Higher-end models may offer advanced features such as enhanced control systems, improved beam quality, faster processing speeds, larger work areas, or integrated automation, which may result in a higher price.
  • Laser Generator: The brand of laser generator used in the machine will also affect the price. Different laser generator brands have different levels of efficiency, reliability, and maintenance requirements. In addition, factors such as laser power output and beam quality also affect the price.
  • Build Quality and Durability: The build quality, materials used, and overall durability of a laser welding machine can affect its price. Machines built with high-quality components and durable materials may have a higher initial cost but may offer better performance, longevity, and reliability.
  • Service and Support: The level of support and service provided by the manufacturer or distributor also affects the initial cost. Companies that offer comprehensive warranties, training programs, responsive customer support, and maintenance services may have higher initial costs due to the added value offered.
  • Additional Equipment and Accessories: Additional equipment and accessories can also affect the overall price. This may include items such as cooling units, fume extraction systems, safety enclosures, workpiece fixtures, etc. These accessories are often critical to ensuring safe and efficient operation but may require additional investment.
  • Control System and Software: The control system and software used in a laser welding machine also affect the initial cost of the machine. Advanced control systems with user-friendly interfaces, programming options, and monitoring capabilities can result in higher initial costs.

When evaluating the initial cost of a 3000w laser welding machine, be sure to consider your specific welding requirements, production needs, and budget. It is recommended to contact multiple vendors, compare quotes, and evaluate the features, quality, and support offered before making a purchasing decision. This will help ensure that you choose a laser welding machine that meets your specific requirements and provides the best value for your investment.

The 3000w laser welding machine can effectively weld a variety of metal materials. Here are some common metal materials that can be effectively welded with a 3000w laser welding machine:

  • Stainless Steel: Laser welding is often used for stainless steel applications due to its high precision and ability to produce clean and aesthetically pleasing welds. It is suitable for welding different grades of stainless steel such as austenitic, ferritic, and duplex stainless steel.
  • Carbon Steel: Laser welding is also widely used in carbon steel applications, and can weld low-carbon steel, medium-carbon steel, and high-carbon steel. Laser welding allows for excellent control of heat input, resulting in precise and strong welds.
  • Aluminum: Laser welding is ideal for welding aluminum and its alloys, including common grades such as 6061 and 7075. Due to aluminum’s high thermal conductivity, it can be challenging to weld using traditional welding methods, but laser welding allows precise control of heat input for successful aluminum welding.
  • Copper: Laser welding can effectively weld copper and its alloys, such as brass and bronze. Copper is highly reflective of laser light, so laser welding of copper requires specific techniques and laser parameters to overcome these challenges.
  • Titanium: Laser welding is commonly used to weld titanium and its alloys, known for their high strength-to-weight ratio and corrosion resistance. Welding titanium requires precise control of laser energy to avoid contamination and achieve strong, high-quality welds.
  • Nickel-Based Alloys: Laser welding can be applied to weld a variety of nickel-based alloys, including Inconel, Monel, and Hastelloy. These alloys are often used in high-temperature and corrosive environments, and laser welding can provide precise and high-quality welds.
  • Copper-Nickel Alloys: Laser welding can effectively join copper-nickel alloys. Copper-nickel alloys are often used in marine and offshore applications due to their excellent corrosion resistance in seawater.
  • Precious Metals: Laser welding is also suitable for welding precious metals such as gold, silver, and platinum. The jewelry and dental industries often use laser welding machines for precise and intricate welding of these materials.

The weldability of different metals will vary depending on their composition, thickness, and specific laser welding parameters. Before welding, it may be necessary to use appropriate shielding gases, filler materials, and surface preparation techniques to achieve a high-quality weld with minimal defects. Additionally, joint design, material thickness, and other factors can affect the welding process, and laser welding parameters may need to be adjusted.

If you have a specific metal material or application, it is advisable to consult the manufacturer or a welding specialist to ensure that the laser welding machine is suitable for your specific requirements. They can guide machine compatibility with metallic materials and offer advice on achieving the best welding results.

The maximum material thickness that a 3000w laser welding machine can effectively weld depends on a variety of factors, including the specific machine model, laser generator, beam quality, and the material being welded. While a 3000w laser welding machine can handle various thicknesses of material, it is important to consider the following:

  • Laser Beam Characteristics: The beam quality and focusing ability of a laser play an important role in determining the maximum material thickness. A high-quality laser beam with good focusing capabilities enables deeper penetration and better control of the welding process. A well-focused beam concentrates energy efficiently, allowing thicker materials to be welded.
  • Material Type: Different materials have different thermal properties, reflectivity, and absorption of laser energy, which can affect the laser welding process. Some materials, such as carbon steel and stainless steel, have a higher absorption rate of laser energy, allowing greater thicknesses to be welded more efficiently. Conversely, materials with low absorption may require higher laser power or different welding techniques to achieve comparable results.
  • Material Reflectivity: Emissive materials such as copper or highly polished surfaces tend to reflect most of the laser energy, reducing the energy available for welding, which limits the achievable weld thickness. In this case, additional measures may be required, such as the use of special coatings or welding parameters.
  • Welding Speed: Welding speed also affects the maximum material thickness that can be effectively welded. Higher welding speeds may result in reduced weld penetration and poor weld quality in thicker materials. Adjusting welding parameters such as laser power and travel speed helps to optimize the welding process for different material thicknesses.
  • Laser Welding Parameters: Specific welding parameters, such as laser power, welding speed, focus position, and beam diameter, need to be optimized for each material and thickness combination. Finding the right combination of parameters can achieve satisfactory welding results. Typically process development and parameter optimization are required to determine the maximum weld thickness for a given material.
  • Weld Design and Preparation: The design and preparation of the weld affect the achievable weld thickness. Factors such as joint access, fit and joint configuration (e.g., butt joints, lap joints) affect the welding process and can impose limitations on the maximum material thickness that can be effectively welded.
  • Beam Delivery System: The beam delivery system, including optics and delivery components, also affects welding performance. Proper beam shaping and alignment ensure optimum power density and focus at the soldering point. Efficient beam delivery enhances welding capabilities for thicker materials.

Although the 3000w laser welding machine can handle materials of various thicknesses, its welding capacity is limited. For very thick materials, alternative welding methods such as hybrid welding (a combination of laser and other welding processes) or different welding techniques may be more suitable. To determine the maximum material thickness that a particular laser welding machine can handle, it is advisable to consult the manufacturer’s specifications or perform a test on a representative sample of the materials you intend to weld.

Operating a 3000w laser welding machine usually requires training and expertise to ensure the safe and effective use of the equipment. While specific requirements may vary based on local regulations and workplace policies, here are some general considerations for training and certification:

  • Laser Safety Training: Laser safety training is usually a basic requirement for anyone operating a laser welding machine. It typically covers topics such as laser hazards, safety precautions, personal protective equipment (PPE), safe operating practices, and emergency procedures. This training ensures that operators are aware of the potential risks associated with laser radiation and know how to mitigate them.
  • Machine-Specific Training: In addition to laser safety, operators should receive machine-specific training from the manufacturer or authorized training provider. This training typically includes machine operation, control system navigation, parameter setting, loading and unloading workpieces, and basic troubleshooting. It ensures that the operator is familiar with the features and functions of the machine and can use it safely and efficiently.
  • Welding Techniques and Parameters: Laser welding requires knowledge of various welding techniques and parameters specific to the materials being welded. Understanding concepts such as laser power settings, focal length, weld speed, assist gas selection, and joint preparation can help achieve high-quality welds. A training program may cover these topics to ensure operators have the necessary skills to optimize the welding process.
  • Certification Programs: In some cases, certain industries or applications may require specific certifications or qualifications. For example, the aerospace or automotive industries may have additional requirements to meet their quality standards or regulatory compliance. These certifications typically involve practical assessments to demonstrate proficiency in laser welding techniques and adherence to industry-specific guidelines.
  • Material-Specific Training: Depending on the material being welded, additional material-specific training may be required. This training can cover topics such as material properties, weldability considerations, pre-weld preparation, and post-weld handling requirements. It ensures operators understand the unique characteristics and challenges associated with welding specific materials.

It is recommended that you consult local regulations, industry standards, and workplace policies to determine the specific training and certification requirements that apply to your region and industry. Additionally, the machine manufacturer or supplier can guide training resources or assist in arranging an appropriate training program for the operator. By ensuring operators are properly trained and certified, you can promote a safe working environment, reduce the risk of accidents, and optimize the performance of your laser welding machine.

Yes, 3000w laser welding machines usually have special power requirements due to their high power output and energy consumption. Here are some considerations regarding the power requirements of a laser welding machine:

  • Power Supply: The 3000w laser welding machine needs a dedicated power supply that can provide the necessary power output. The power requirements of the machine may vary depending on the specific model but generally run on three-phase power. Voltage and frequency specifications will depend on the design of the machine and the electrical codes in your area.
  • Power Capacity: Laser welding machines consume a lot of power due to their high laser power output. You need to ensure that the power supply has sufficient capacity to support the power consumption of the machine and any other devices or accessories that may be connected. The electrical capacity in the facility needs to be assessed to ensure it can support the electrical needs of the machines.
  • Electrical Wiring and Connections: Proper electrical wiring and connections help ensure the safe and reliable operation of the laser welding machine. Be sure to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines and electrical codes to ensure proper wiring, grounding, and electrical protection are in place.
  • Power Supply Stability: Laser welding machines require a stable and reliable power supply to maintain consistent laser output and ensure reliable and precise welding results. Electrical fluctuations, voltage dips, or power surges can adversely affect the performance of the machine and cause inconsistent weld quality. The stability and quality of the power supply within the facility should be considered to ensure proper operation.

It is recommended to consult the manufacturer’s specifications and guidelines for the specific power requirements of the 3000w laser welding machine you intend to use. Of course, the manufacturer or supplier can also provide you with details on voltage, current, phase configuration, and any other specific requirements for the proper operation of the machine. In addition, it is recommended to consult a qualified electrician or electrical engineer to ensure that your facility meets the necessary electrical requirements and can safely and efficiently meet the electrical needs of your machinery.

Laser welding machines are known for their high precision and speed, making them suitable for a range of applications. Compared with traditional welding methods, laser welding machines can provide higher welding speeds. The speed of laser welding depends on factors such as the material being welded, the design of the joint, and the capabilities of the particular machine. Laser welding can typically achieve welding speeds of several meters per minute, allowing rapid production in industrial environments.

The 3000w laser welding machines typically offer higher power output compared to lower-powered machines, increasing welding speed and productivity. The higher the power, the more energy the laser emitter can deliver to the workpiece, resulting in faster heating and welding. This is useful for welding thicker materials or achieving deeper penetration.

Productivity is affected by the speed of the welding process, the efficiency of the machine, and the overall workflow of the production environment. Laser welding machines can usually be integrated into automated production lines or robotic systems to achieve continuous and efficient operation. With proper setup and optimization, laser welding machines can increase productivity levels in the manufacturing process.

While laser welding offers advantages in terms of speed and productivity, it may not be the best choice for all applications. Factors such as material thickness, joint design, and accessibility can affect the welding process. Therefore, it is necessary to consider the specific requirements and consult an expert or manufacturer to determine the best welding solution for a particular application.

Equipment Selection

At AccTek Laser, we understand that different businesses have different needs, which is why we offer you a range of models to choose from. Whether you need a fully enclosed laser cover, an exchange worktable, or both, we have a machine for you. Take your cutting capabilities to the next level by investing in our fiber laser cutting machines.

Why Choose AccTek Laser

Factory Presets Ensure Optimal Welding

Factory Presets Ensure Optimal Welding

Simple preset selection ensures consistently high-quality laser welding results. The presets include wobble welding to accommodate wider seams and poorly assembled parts.
Operators can instantly switch between different presets to easily handle multiple material thickness combinations.

Compact And Safe

Compact And Safe

The machine is ergonomic, compact, and proven to be the most comfortable and easy-to-use laser gun.
The 2-step trigger and part contact sensor increase operator safety.
It can quickly switch from standard laser welding to wire welding, making the operation simple and fast.

Quick And Easy Setup

Quick And Easy Setup

The clear logo on the rear of the machine makes connection easy and fast.
Plug in the power cord and gas connections, attach the clips to the work surface, and you’re ready to start your welding operation.
The ethernet computer connection provides access to advanced parameter settings for fine-tuning and saving welding process parameters.

Operator Safety Features

Operator Safety Features

Key switch control to protect the system from unauthorized welding operations.
The emergency stop button can ensure that the machine can be shut down immediately when there is a problem.
Safety interlocks verify the integrity of laser delivery to the welding gun.

Customer Reviews

4 reviews for 3000W Laser Welding Machine

  1. Alice

    Impressed with its durability and performance. Makes welding tasks effortless. Highly recommended for manufacturing.

  2. Sara

    Efficient and powerful. Simplifies complex welding jobs. Essential for our manufacturing process.

  3. Anna

    Streamlines welding tasks. Boosts efficiency and accuracy. Great addition to our production line.

  4. Leo

    Revolutionizes our welding process. Delivers consistent weld quality. A valuable asset for our workshop.

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