The All-Round Laser: LWI V Flexx
» » » LWI V FLEXX 120 W OR 200 W – LASER POWER FOR EVERY SITUATION
No matter if with 120 W, 200 W or 300 W – the LWI V FLEXX makes versatile welded joints possible – even for many different kinds of materials and the smallest dimensions.
» » » LWI V FLEXX – THE ALL-ROUND LASER
This laser features every attribute of a precision welding laser and guarantees mature and future-oriented precision welding technology.
» » » LWI V FLEXX – THE INDIVIDUALIST AMONG LASERS
The LWI V FLEXX doesn’t just offer different performance strengths. In just a few steps the open system can be transformed into a closed one.
This guarantees the highest degree of operational safety.
» » » WORKSTATION – PROCESSOR-CONTROLLED AND WITH MULTIPLE AXES
Microprocessor-controlled workstation with 2 Z axes and XY compound table for weights up to 100 kg (option 400 kg). All movement sequences are fully synchronised with the laser using the novel PDS feature. Precise speed control of all three axes is controlled in real time by a user-friendly, multifunction joystick.
» » » EXCELLENT WELDING RESULTS GUARANTEED
The novel PDS system (Pulse Distance Synchronisation) in combination with high-precision, digital continuous path control guarantees absolutely consistent welding seams at minimal temperature yield.
» » » REPRODUCIBLE RESULTS VIA PDS
Another advantage of the PDS system are the reproducible results by adjustable overlapping of individual laser pulses. This ensures consistent, homogenous welding seams even at different speed of movement.
» » » STATE-OF-THE-ART EASE OF USE
Clearly designed operating elements and displays that can be viewed at any time guarantee permanent monitoring and control of all processes – and thus the best results. The optional positioning laser make it possible to quickly set the correct welding position.
» » » PDS-SYSTEM INNOVATION -EXCELLENCE AND SPEED
Besides excellent and consistent welding seams at minimal temperature yield, reproducible results are also ensured by adjustable overlapping of individual laser pulses even at different traverse rates.