Fronius LaserHybrid, the laser-MIG process from Fronius, unites the advantages of the industrial-scale MIG and laserbeam welding processes. And does so without taking on any of the disadvantages of either process. Fronius LaserHybrid marries the excellent gap-bridging ability and easy weldseam preparation of MIG welding with the low thermal input, deep penetration and speed of the laser process. With Fronius LaserHybrid, it is possible to carry out automated joining of different aluminium and steel items at speeds of up to 8 metres per minute, in superlative quality.
Cooperation with company Fill
This alliance now makes it possible to provide a complete system for LaserHybrid welding. The customer benefits from system components that complement each other perfectly and a bundled service package. http://www.fill.co.at/
LaserHybrid 4 kW UltraCompact
Ultracompact LaserHybrid welding head: 8 kg (66 lighter and 35 % smaller than a 4 kW-welding head). Focal length: 200 / 300 mm, 10 kW of laser power. Dimensions: l x b x h: 360 x 150 x 514 mm
LaserHybrid 90° 4 kW
Angled design for optimum accessibility, e.g. in automotive axle production.
Laser power: 4 kW.
LaserHybrid 90° 8 kW
Assures optimum accessibility in pipeline-construction projects.
Laser power: 8 kW.
LaserHybrid 90° 10 kW
Optimum head-geometry for single-sided root fusion on steel sheets up to 10 mm (0.39 in.) thick. Laser power: 10 kW
LaserHybrid 10 kW
New design for a focal length of 300 mm (11.8 in.) and 10 kW of laser power.
With Laser Hotwire, the laser beam heats the base metal. The pre-heated wire is fed in, and brazed or welded with the base metal. The results are welcome synergy effects: highest possible speed with highest possible quality, stabilization of the process and spatter-free welding and brazing, even at maximum speed. Less distortion and less seam volume, and a better seam surface guarantee shorter production times and less reworking
With Laser Coldwire, the laser beam heats the base metal and the filler metal, and welds or brazes them together. This achieves the greatest possible stabilization of the process, high quality, spatter-free welding and less distortion. This saves rework and reduces production times.