Laser welding machine

Laser welding is a procedure in which metals or thermoplastics are connected to create a weld using a laser gleam. Due to the concentrated heat source, laser welding can be performed at high welding velocities in meters per minute in thin materials.

In thicker materials, it can generate slender, deep welds between parts with square edges. Laser welding works in two basic modes: keyhole welding and conduction restricted welding.

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  • Model:LW-1500;Laser power:1500W;Laser Type:Fiber laser,1064nm;Welding speed:0-120mm/sec;Cooling method:Water cooling;Input voltage:220V,1 Phase
  • Applicable to various metals and alloys such as stainless steel ,carbon steel,copper,aluminum,gold,silver,chromium,nickel,titanium,etc.
  • It is widely used in the complicated and irregular welding processes of cabinets and kitchens,stair lifts,shelves,ovens,stainless steel doors and windows guardrails,distribution boxes,stainless steel furniture,metal sheet metal and other industries.
  • JPT Laser Source;Handheld Welding Gun;Built-in Water Cooling Design;Easy to Operate;7-Meter Optic Fiber Cable;Easy to Move
  • 1 Years Warranty; Customer and Technical Support; Ships by sea&truck to door around 45 to 60 days.


laser deviceContinuous fiber laser
The laser wavelength1070nm±5nm
Average output power500W
The minimum spot0.1mm
fiber length5m
Rated power2.5KW
Cold power of cold water  table1.5P
Demand for electricity220V±5V 50Hz/40A
Range of electric working table300×300×500mm
External dimensions/net  weightHost computer:1050*500*900mm175kg
cooling-water machine:550*550*850mm80kg

Removing the burnt rubber residue from tire molds; giving a new life to old pipelines; cleaning pipes in nuclear power plants; and even larger projects such as removing paint from a rusty bridge and preparing welding surfaces are all projects that can benefit from industrial laser cleaning.

This non-contact cleaning technique can be used in countless industrial applications. The only limit is the capacity to discriminate between the material to be removed and the one to be protected.

At the moment, the most common laser cleaning applications include:

  • Welding pre-treatments to remove rust and other contaminants from welding areas
  • Welding post-treatments to remove aluminum and stainless-steel oxides
  • Laser surface preparation to maximize paint adhesion
  • Laser oxide removal from specialty alloy ingots
  • Coating removal just after the coating process to replace part masking in production lines
  • Depainting parts that would otherwise be scrapped due to paint defects