MOBILE FLEXX

Be prepared for every situation with the most flexible solution ever made.

WHEN FLEXIBILITY COUNTS:

If you want to be prepared for everything, the Mobile Flexx should be with you. You have full microprocessor control for all movements and the full synchronization of lasers and movements. So it doesn’t matter whether you work inside of the shop on a table or on location on a huge mold. – the Mobile Flexx will be the the professional solution to get your job done.

MATERIAL APPLICATIONS:

Most tool steels including: Tool Steel, Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel, Titanium, Aluminum, Nickel, Copper, Beryllium, etc.

MOBILE FLEXX BENEFITS:

  • Stability 85%
  • Ease of Use 95%
  • Versatility 97%

WHICH LASER TYPE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?

These lasers are also known as flash lamp or lamp-pumped lasers, as they utilize a lamp (bulb) as a pumping mechanism and a YAG crystal as the gain medium. Both reside in an optical resonator, , which provides reflection of the light and helps with the process of creating the laser light.
Nd:YAG lasers use a water cooling system to control temp. and have some consumable parts, such as a Yag lamp that has to be changed periodically depending on use.

Fiber lasers utilize semiconductor diodes as the pumping mechanism and a doped fiber optic cable as the gain medium. In a fiber laser, the doped fiber optic serves as the resonator. Fiber lasers are the most reliable laser technology available today for material processing applications, offering the best combination of reliability and marking capability.

The many pros of a fiber laser include:

  • Highest beam quality
  • Air cooled with high ambient air temperature operating capabilities
  • Very efficient with low power consumption
  • Longest diode life (Up to 100,000 hours)
  • Less Optics Needed
  • Easy to integrate and service

Compare Models:

Technical Data LWI V Nd:YAG 120 W
laser safety class 4
beam source Nd:YAG, flashlamp, pulsed
wavelength 1064 nm
max. pulse energy 70 joule
max. peak power 17 kW
max. average power 120 W
energy adjustment mode voltage or PWM mode
voltage 160-500V
pulse width 1-20 ms
pulse frequency 1-20 hz
pulse fill 10 – 100 %
PWM mode 1 – 100 %
focal length 190 mm
beam diameter 200 µm – 2mm, motorized beam-expander
microscope Leica binocular, oculars magnification 20x
illumination of workplace dual LED cold-light, switchable
parameter settings memory 50 settings, individual named
energy measurement system integrated
controller multi-controller-system, self-diagnostic-system, plaintext for maintenance and status messages
interface RS232, CAN-Bus
shielding gas supply flexible nozzle, adjustable gas delay
cooling system integrated, closed, water/air heat-exchanger, temperature controlled fan
cooling option external cooler optional, integrated bypass-controller
electrical supply 3 phases, 400V /50 hz
power consumption 4 kW
dimensions 1487mm x 995mm x 790mm
Technical Data LWI V Nd:YAG 150 W
laser safety class 4
beam source Nd:YAG, flashlamp, pulsed
wavelength 1064 nm
max. pulse energy 70 joule
max. peak power 17 kW
max. average power 150 W
energy adjustment mode voltage or PWM mode
voltage 160-500V
pulse width 1-20 ms
pulse frequency 1-20 hz
pulse fill 10 – 100 %
PWM mode 1 – 100 %
focal length 190 mm
beam diameter 200 µm – 2mm, motorized beam-expander
microscope Leica binocular, oculars magnification 20x
illumination of workplace dual LED cold-light, switchable
parameter settings memory 50 settings, individual named
energy measurement system integrated
controller multi-controller-system, self-diagnostic-system, plaintext for maintenance and status messages
interface RS232, CAN-Bus
shielding gas supply flexible nozzle, adjustable gas delay
cooling system integrated, closed, water/air heat-exchanger, temperature controlled fan
cooling option external cooler optional, integrated bypass-controller
electrical supply 3 phases, 400V /50 hz
power consumption 4 kW
dimensions 1487mm x 995mm x 790mm
Technical Data LWI V Nd:YAG 200 W
laser safety class 4
beam source Nd:YAG, flashlamp, pulsed
wavelength 1064 nm
max. pulse energy 70 joule
max. peak power 17 kW
max. average power 200 W
energy adjustment mode voltage or PWM mode
voltage 200-500V
pulse width 1-30 ms
pulse frequency 1-30 hz
pulse fill 10 – 100 %
PWM mode 1 – 100 %
focal length 190 mm
beam diameter 200 µm – 2mm, motorized beam-expander
microscope Leica binocular, oculars magnification 20x
illumination of workplace dual LED cold-light, switchable
parameter settings memory 50 settings, individual named
energy measurement system integrated
controller multi-controller-system, self-diagnostic-system, plaintext for maintenance and status messages
interface RS232, CAN-Bus
shielding gas supply flexible nozzle, adjustable gas delay
cooling system integrated, water/air heat-exchanger, temperature controlled fan
cooling option external cooler optional, integrated bypass-controller
electrical supply 3 phases, 400V /50 hz
power consumption 4 kW
dimensions 1487mm x 995mm x 790mm
Technical Data LWI V Nd:YAG 300 W
laser safety class 4
beam source Nd:YAG, flashlamp, pulsed
wavelength 1064 nm
max. pulse energy 70 joule
max. peak power 17 kW
max. average power 300 W
energy adjustment mode voltage or PWM mode
voltage 200-700V
pulse width 1-30 ms
pulse frequency 1-30 hz
pulse fill 10 – 100 %
PWM mode 1 – 100 %
focal length 190 mm
beam diameter 200 µm – 2mm, motorized beam-expander
microscope Leica binocular, oculars magnification 20x
illumination of workplace dual LED cold-light, switchable
parameter settings memory 50 settings, individual named
energy measurement system integrated
controller multi-controller-system, self-diagnostic-system, plaintext for maintenance and status messages
interface RS232, CAN-Bus
shielding gas supply flexible nozzle, adjustable gas delay
cooling system integrated, water/water heat-exchanger, external cooling required
cooling option external cooler required, integrated bypass-controller
electrical supply 3 phases, 400V /50 hz
power consumption 4 kW
dimensions 1487mm x 995mm x 790mm
Technical Data LWI V FSS 150 W
laser safety class 4
beam source FSS FullSolidState Fibrelaser, Diodes
wavelength 1070 nm
max. pulse energy 15 joule
max. peak power 1,5 kW
max. average power 150 W
energy adjustment mode current
voltage 10 – 100 %
pulse width 0,1 – 50 ms /cw
pulse frequency 1-100 hz
pulse fill
PWM mode 1 – 100 %
focal length 190 mm
beam diameter 100 µm – 2mm, motorized beam-expander
microscope Leica binocular, oculars magnification 20x
illumination of workplace dual LED cold-light, switchable
parameter settings memory 50 settings, individual named
energy measurement system integrated
controller multi-controller-system, self-diagnostic-system, plaintext for maintenance and status messages
interface RS232, CAN-Bus
shielding gas supply flexible nozzle, adjustable gas delay
cooling system integrated, closed, temperature controlled fan
cooling option
electrical supply 1 phase, 90-250V, 50/60 hz
power consumption 800 W
dimensions 1487mm x 995mm x 790mm
Technical Data LWI V FSS 300 W
laser safety class 4
beam source FSS FullSolidState Fibrelaser, Diodes
wavelength 1070 nm
max. pulse energy 30 joule
max. peak power 3 kW
max. average power 300 W
energy adjustment mode current
voltage 10 – 100 %
pulse width 0,1 – 50 ms /cw
pulse frequency 1-100 hz
pulse fill
PWM mode 1 – 100 %
focal length 190 mm
beam diameter 100 µm – 2mm, motorized beam-expander
microscope Leica binocular, oculars magnification 20x
illumination of workplace dual LED cold-light, switchable
parameter settings memory 50 settings, individual named
energy measurement system integrated
controller multi-controller-system, self-diagnostic-system, plaintext for maintenance and status messages
interface RS232, CAN-Bus
shielding gas supply flexible nozzle, adjustable gas delay
cooling system integrated, closed, temperature controlled fan
cooling option
electrical supply 1 phase, 90-250V, 50/60 hz
power consumption 1,2 kW
dimensions 1487mm x 995mm x 790mm

Features:

Intelligent Axis Control

Precisely controls axis movements. This extends manual welding by its sophisticated automatic and programable functions. Touchscreen and Joystick terminals directly in your workspace provide a unique, simple control concept. Thanks to the completely integrated hardware, a separate computer is not needed.

Pulse Distance Synchronization

Provides a constant pulse overlapping through the dynamic synchronization of the pulse trigger with the axis movement. PDS ensures replicable welding results with different speeds and consistent, homogenous weld joints in all movement situations. Therefore, a higher operating speed can be reached.

Teach-In Programming

Enables the handling of complicated geometries in four axis without complex programming. A small number of support points are hit once on the contour of the work piece in advance. The user can subsequently move the programmed welding line forward and backward using the joystick and can also shift its position by offsetting the start point.

3PCD

With the 3 Point Cycle Definition you can process circular type contours by using the PCD function with the XY axis. The circular path is precisely defined through the teaching of only three support points. You do not need to know the center or the diameter; the position on the work piece is optional. You can move along the programmed course either forward or backward by using the joystick.

Rotating Access Add-On

Specially developed turning units increase the user value of your workstation. They incorporate all functions of CAN-Step control, available at the touch of a button, including pulse synchronization and “Teach-in” programming. Additional features: • Swivel-mounted • Free implementation up to Ø40 mm • different chuck types, chucking range up to Ø 160 mm.

Pulse Width Modulation

In the lower power range, which depends upon high stability, traditional lasers are inclinined toward a low „pulse to pulse stability“ and thus to a non-uniform welding result. The Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) gives a vastly more fine and stable coordination, as the internal energy supply here works in the area of the optimal output.

Pulse Shaping

Free pulse shaping enables the setting and saving of all possible variations in the pulse process. Materials with different thermal coefficients of expansion thus show a clearly better welding behaviour – your laser´s area of application thus expands.

On Axis Light

This allows you to see into deep crevices or holes which would be in darkness if lateral illumination were used. The illumination comes alongside the optical beam and always illuminates accurately from above.

On Axis Shielding Gas Supply

A reliable on-axis shielding gas supply enables perfect welding even with highly-sensitive materials, such as titanium, for example. The welded joint is always flooded with shielding gas under 90 degrees. This prevents the sort of shadow effects and swirling which occurs when a lateral gas supply is used.

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We can help you find the solution that you need. Better yet if you dont see a machine that meets your specific needs we would love to talk with you about creating exactly what it is you need. Give Alliance Laser the chance to be your partner.

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