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Aluminum Laser Welding Machine

Aluminum Laser Welding Machine
(4 customer reviews)

$4,200.00

Model: AKH
Laser Power: 1500W, 2000W, 3000W
Laser Genertor: Raycus, Max, JPT, BWT
Range of Adjustable Power: 1-100%
Laser Wavelength: 1080nm
Way of Working: Continuous/Modulation
Welding Gap Requirements: ≤0.5mm
After Sale: 3 Years
Table of Contents

Product introduction

The aluminum laser welding machines use laser technology to join aluminum parts together by focusing a laser beam. The intense heat generated by the laser beam melts the aluminum surfaces, causing them to fuse as the molten material solidifies. In many cases, aluminum laser welding does not require the use of filler materials, reducing overall costs and eliminating the risk of inclusions or impurities. Aluminum laser welding machines are widely used in various applications in the manufacturing industry.
Aluminum is a lightweight and highly thermally conductive metal that presents particular challenges to conventional welding methods due to its high reflectivity and thermal conductivity. Laser welding enables precise control of the welding process, resulting in welds with minimal heat input, which reduces the risk of deformation and damage to the workpiece. Additionally, laser welding is often faster than traditional welding methods, increasing the productivity of the manufacturing process.

Product Configuration

Max Laser Generator

Powerful Laser Generator

Our laser welding machines are equipped with high-quality laser generators that ensure excellent beam quality, providing small and focused spot sizes for precise and efficient welding. With power output options from 1500w to 3000w, our laser welding machines can meet a variety of welding needs, ensuring optimum productivity without compromising quality.

Industrial Water Chiller

Advanced Cooling System

Designed with reliability in mind, our laser welding machines feature an efficient water cooling system to ensure consistent performance and extend the life of the laser generator. With advanced water cooling technology, we can guarantee stable and reliable welding results even during long-term operation.

Excellent Beam Quality

Excellent Beam Quality

Our laser welding machines have excellent beam quality, producing a focused and precise laser spot. This feature enables high-precision and efficient welding of different materials and thicknesses, reducing spatter and minimizing the heat-affected zone.

Precision Beam Delivery System

Precision Beam Delivery System

The beam delivery system of our laser welding machines utilizes flexible and flexible fiber optic cables, which can be easily integrated into automated production lines or robotic systems, enabling you to flexibly and easily adapt to different welding tasks. This flexibility increases workflow efficiency and seamlessly adapts to various manufacturing settings.

Control Panel

Intuitive Control Interface

Our laser welding machines feature a user-friendly control interface that gives you complete control over your welding process. Easily adjust and program welding parameters such as power, pulse duration, welding speed, and focus position to obtain the best results for your specific welding requirements.

Comprehensive Security Features

Comprehensive Security Features

Our laser welding machines are equipped with comprehensive safety features including enclosures, interlock systems, and safety sensors. These measures protect your operators from potential exposure to the laser beam, creating a safe work environment.

Product Parameters

Model AKH-1000 AKH-1500 AKH-2000 AKH-3000
Laser Power 1000W 1500W 2000W 3000W
Range of Adjustable Power 1-100%
Laser Wavelength 1080nm
Way of Working Continuous/Modulation
Cooling Method Water Cooling
Power Demand AC220V±5%/50Hz
Working Environment Temperature 15~35℃
Working Environment Humidity < 70%(No Condensation)

Product Features

  • The machine is equipped with a high-power fiber laser generator, which has the characteristics of high energy efficiency, excellent beam quality, and precise control of laser beam parameters. Fiber laser generators are capable of delivering high-powered, focused laser energy, making them ideal for welding carbon steel.
  • The machine provides excellent beam quality, ensuring that the laser beam is focused and stable, resulting in precise, high-quality welding results.
  • The machine can precisely control the laser power and pulse duration, to make the best adjustment according to the specific welding requirements of stainless steel materials. This precise control ensures consistent and high-quality welds.
  • The intuitive and user-friendly interface makes it easier for the operator to set welding parameters, monitor the welding process, and adjust settings as needed.
  • The machine has an efficient cooling system, which can maintain the best working temperature of the laser generator and prevent overheating during long-term use.
  • The machine provides a variety of laser power options to meet different stainless steel thicknesses and welding requirements.
  • The machine selects a high-quality beam transmission system, which can effectively transmit the laser beam from the laser generator to the welding area, ensuring the stability, accuracy, and consistency of the laser beam during the welding process.
  • The machine is easy to maintain and maintain, with features such as easy access to key components, diagnostic tools, and remote monitoring functions to ensure smooth operation and minimize downtime.

Welding Thickness Reference

Laser Power (W) Material Type Welding Form Thickness (mm) Welding Speed (mm/s) Defocus Amount Protective Gas Blowing Method Flow (L/min) Welding Effect
1000 1-3 Series Aluminum Alloys Butt Welding 0.5 50~60 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 30~40 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 20~30 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial -1.0 Welded Completely
4-7 Series Aluminum Alloys Butt Welding 0.5 35~45 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 20~30 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
1500 1-3 Series Aluminum Alloys Butt Welding 0.5 70~80 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 50~60 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 30~40 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial -1.0 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 2 10~20 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial -1.0 Welded Completely
4-7 Series Aluminum Alloys Butt Welding 0.5 40~50 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 30~40 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 30~40 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
1500 1-3 Series Aluminum Alloys Butt Welding 0.5 80~90 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 70~80 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 40~50 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial -1.0 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 2 20~30 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial -1.0 Welded Completely
4-7 Series Aluminum Alloys Butt Welding 0.5 60~70 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 40~50 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 30~40 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
1500 1-3 Series Aluminum Alloys Butt Welding 0.5 90~100 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 80~90 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 70~80 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial -1.0 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 2 40~50 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial -1.0 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 3 20~30 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial -1.0 Welded Completely
4-7 Series Aluminum Alloys Butt Welding 0.5 70~80 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1 60~70 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 1.5 40~50 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Butt Welding 2 30~40 -1~1 Ar Coaxial/Paraaxial 5~10 Welded Completely
Note:
  • In the welding data, the core diameter of the laser output fiber is 50 microns.
  • This welding data adopts the Raytools welding head, and the optical ratio is 100/200 (collimator/focus lens focal length).
  • The welding shielding gas: Argon (purity 99.99%).
  • Due to the differences in equipment configuration and welding process used by different customers, this data is for reference only.

Comparison of Different Welding Methods

Welding Method Laser Welding TIG Welding MIG Welding
Heat Source High-intensity laser beam Non-consumable tungsten electrode Consumable wire electrode
Gas Shielding Generally not required, but can use inert gas Inert gas (Argon) Inert gas (Argon)
Welding Speed High speed Moderate speed High speed
Precision Very high High Moderate
Skill Level Requires high precision and expertise Requires moderate to high-skill Relatively easy to learn
Weld Quality High-quality welds, minimal distortion High-quality welds, low distortion Good welds, moderate distortion
Thickness Range Thin to medium thicknesses Thin to thick sections Thin to thick sections
Joint Types Suited for precision joints Suited for various joint types Suited for various joint types
Filler Material Generally not required, but can be used Requires filler rod Requires filler wire
Welding Cost Expensive equipment and operation Moderate equipment and operation cost Cost-effective
Applications Aerospace, electronics, precision welding Automotive, general fabrication General fabrication, construction

Note: Please note that these characteristics may vary depending on the specific equipment, settings, and expertise of the operator. Welding aluminum can be challenging due to its high thermal conductivity and susceptibility to defects, but with the appropriate welding method and techniques, high-quality aluminum welds can be achieved.

Cleaning Samples

The aluminum laser welding machines have redefined precision engineering and are used in numerous industries, providing unrivaled advantages for welding aluminum components. From aerospace to automotive engineering, our aluminum laser welding machines play an important role in creating strong and lightweight structures. It features minimal distortion and precise heat input, enabling seamless welding of critical aluminum components, and ensuring the highest levels of strength and integrity.
Laser Welding Sample of Aluminum
Laser Welding Sample of Aluminum
Laser Welding Sample of Aluminum
Laser Welding Sample of Aluminum

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, aluminum can be welded using a laser welding machine. Laser welding is one of the preferred methods of joining aluminum components, especially in industries that require high-precision and clean welding. Laser welding is a versatile welding process that can be used to weld a variety of materials, including metals such as aluminum. When a laser welding machine welds aluminum, it uses a focused laser beam to heat and melt the aluminum surfaces that need to be joined. Laser energy is absorbed by the aluminum, causing rapid heating and localized melting. The laser is then moved along the joint and the molten aluminum fuses together to form a strong weld.

Laser welding produces precise, high-quality welds when welding aluminum. Heat input can be finely controlled during welding, minimizing the risk of deformation or damage to surrounding materials. In addition, laser welding allows precise control of welding parameters, making it possible to weld thin and delicate aluminum parts without distortion.

Laser welding is widely used in various industries, including aerospace, automotive, electronics, medical, etc., where aluminum parts require precise and reliable connections. Laser welding is especially valuable in applications where traditional welding methods such as TIG or MIG welding may result in increased distortion or where high-quality welds are difficult to achieve. Laser welding machines provide an effective and efficient solution for welding aluminum, providing excellent weld quality and performance in a wide range of industrial applications.

The maximum thickness of aluminum that a laser welding machine can weld depends on several factors, including laser power, beam quality, welding speed, and specific application requirements. In general, laser welding is well suited for welding thin to medium-thickness aluminum materials. Typical welding thicknesses for aluminum range from about 0.5mm to 3mm for fiber laser generators commonly used to weld metals. However, the advancement of laser technology and the optimization of the welding process may allow thicker aluminum materials to be welded in some special cases.

As the thickness of the material increases, the welding process can become more challenging due to increased heat absorption and heat dissipation from thicker parts of the aluminum. In the case of thicker aluminum, it is still possible to weld with a laser, but higher laser power and slower welding speeds may be required to achieve deep penetration and proper fusion. Additionally, other welding methods such as TIG or MIG welding may be more suitable for thicker aluminum materials due to their higher heat input and deeper penetration capabilities.

The specific requirements of the welding task, joint involvement, and material properties need to be considered when determining the best welding method and the maximum thickness of aluminum that a laser welding machine can effectively handle. Consultation with a welding specialist and feasibility testing are recommended to help ensure successful and reliable results for a particular welding application.

The aluminum most suitable for laser welding is usually an alloy in the 5xxx or 6xxx series. These aluminum alloys are well suited for laser welding due to their composition and properties, which make the welding process more manageable and produce high-quality welds. The following are some aluminum alloy families commonly used for laser welding:

  • Alloy 5052: This alloy is known for its excellent weldability and high corrosion resistance. It is commonly used in marine applications as well as sheet metal fabrication and automotive components.
  • Alloy 5083: 5083 is a highly weldable aluminum alloy that has exceptional strength and is commonly used in shipbuilding and structural components that withstand harsh environments.
  • Alloy 6061: This versatile alloy has good weldability, high strength, and excellent corrosion resistance. It is commonly used in aerospace, automotive, and general engineering applications.
  • Alloy 6063: Similar to 6061, 6063 also has good weldability and is commonly used in architectural and structural applications as well as in the fabrication of aluminum framing.
  • Alloy 6082: 6082 has excellent weldability and high strength and is often used in structural applications, especially in the construction and transportation industries.

5xxx and 6xxx series aluminum alloys usually contain magnesium as the main alloying element, which contributes to their good welding characteristics. These alloys form solid welds, have a relatively low risk of thermal cracking during laser welding, and have good thermal conductivity to efficiently dissipate heat during welding.

When considering the best aluminum for laser welding, you also need to make sure the aluminum is in the proper tempering condition. Some tempering conditions may have different weldability, so the appropriate temper should be selected according to the specific application and requirements.

When choosing the best aluminum material for laser welding, consider the specific needs of the project, the desired mechanical properties, and the desired weld quality. Consultation with an experienced welding professional can help determine the most suitable aluminum alloy and welding parameters to achieve the best results in your laser welding application.

Laser welding machines offer several advantages when it comes to welding aluminum compared to traditional welding methods such as TIG or MIG welding. Some of these advantages include:

  • High Precision: Laser welding provides excellent control for precise welds, especially beneficial for complex aluminum parts.
  • Minimum Heat-Affected Zone (HAZ): Laser welding creates a narrow, concentrated heat-affected zone, reducing the risk of deformation, warping, or damage to the surrounding material.
  • High Welding Speeds: Laser welding enables high welding speeds, increasing productivity and efficiency in aluminum welding applications.
  • Versatility: Laser welding machines can weld a variety of aluminum alloys, including those of different compositions and thicknesses, providing flexibility for different applications.
  • Reduced Material Waste: The precision of laser welding minimizes material waste, resulting in cost savings and improved material utilization.
  • Improved Welding Quality: Laser welding produces high-quality welds with minimized porosity and defects, ensuring strong and reliable joints of aluminum components.
  • No-Contact: Laser welding is a non-contact process that reduces the risk of contamination and results in cleaner, more consistent welds.
  • Automation Integration: Laser welding machines can be easily integrated into automated production lines, providing seamless operation and increased productivity for high-volume aluminum welding applications.
  • Environmentally Friendly: Laser welding is a clean process with extremely low emissions, making it environmentally friendly compared to some traditional welding methods.
  • Reduced Post-Weld Finishing: High-quality welds produced by laser welding typically require less post-weld cleaning or finishing, saving time and labor costs.

Laser welding machines provide a reliable, efficient solution for welding aluminum with high precision, speed, and quality while minimizing material waste and operating costs.

Managing the heat-affected zone (HAZ) and minimizing deformation are crucial aspects of achieving high-quality aluminum laser welds. Here are some strategies to address these challenges:

  1. Heat-Affected Zone (HAZ) Management
  • Optimize Laser Parameters: Adjusting laser power, pulse duration, and focus can help control the heat input into the material, minimizing the size and impact of the HAZ.
  • Use Pulse Welding: Pulse welding techniques, such as pulsed laser welding or pulse shaping, can reduce the overall heat input and limit the extent of the HAZ.
  • Preheating and Post-Cooling: Controlled preheating of the aluminum can help manage thermal gradients and reduce the temperature differential between the weld zone and the base material. Post-weld cooling can also be employed to control the cooling rate and mitigate HAZ effects.
  • Protective Atmosphere: Using an inert gas shield, such as argon, during welding can help minimize oxidation and prevent the formation of undesirable intermetallic compounds in the HAZ.
  1. Deformation Minimization
  • Fixture Design: Proper fixture design and clamping can help stabilize the workpiece during welding, reducing the likelihood of distortion due to thermal expansion and contraction.
  • Symmetrical Welding: Distributing welds symmetrically across the joint can help balance the thermal effects and minimize distortion.
  • Reduce Welding Speed: Slowing down the welding speed can allow for better control over the heat input and reduce the risk of deformation, especially in thicker materials.
  • Use Backing Bars: For thicker materials, using backing bars or fixtures can help dissipate heat more evenly, reducing distortion.
  • Optimize Joint Design: Employing joint designs that minimize gaps and reduce the volume of weld metal can help control the amount of heat introduced into the workpiece, thereby reducing deformation.
  • Cooling Intervals: Implementing controlled cooling intervals during the welding process can help manage residual stresses and reduce distortion.
  1. Monitoring and Quality Control
  • Real-time Monitoring: Utilize real-time monitoring systems to track key welding parameters and adjust settings as needed to maintain optimal conditions and minimize HAZ and deformation.
  • Non-Destructive Testing (NDT): Performing NDT techniques such as ultrasonic testing or radiographic inspection can help identify any defects or inconsistencies in the welds, allowing for timely adjustments and improvements in the welding process.

By implementing these strategies and techniques, it is possible to effectively manage the heat-affected zone and minimize deformation in aluminum laser welding, resulting in high-quality, distortion-free welds suitable for various industrial applications.

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

Unparalleled Expertise

With years of experience in laser welding technology, we have honed our expertise to provide cutting-edge solutions tailored to your unique needs. Our team of skilled engineers and technicians has the in-depth knowledge to ensure you get the perfect laser welding machine for your specific application.

Compact And Safe

Comprehensive Support And Service

At AccTek Laser, we build strong relationships with our clients. Our dedicated support team provides prompt assistance and after-sales service to keep your laser welding machine running at its best for years to come. Your satisfaction is our top priority and we will help you every step of the way.

Quick And Easy Setup

Strict Quality Control

Quality is the cornerstone of our manufacturing process. Every laser welding machine is rigorously tested and adhered to strict quality control standards, ensuring that the product you receive meets the highest industry benchmarks. Our dedication to quality ensures you get a machine that performs consistently and delivers perfect welds every time.

Operator Safety Features

Cost-Effective Solution

We understand the importance of cost efficiency in today’s competitive landscape. Our laser welding machines can provide excellent value for your investment, minimizing downtime and reducing operating costs while maximizing productivity and efficiency.

Customer Reviews

4 reviews for Aluminum Laser Welding Machine

  1. Maria

    Impressive precision and reliability. Easy setup and operation. Makes welding tasks efficient and effective.

  2. Kamau

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

  3. Fatima

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

  4. Martin

    Revolutionizes our welding operations. Saves time and resources. Highly recommended for industrial use.

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