Scansonic offers systems and solutions in the fields of laser welding, laser brazing and laser hardening as well as precise sensors for quality monitoring. The products are used especially in the automotive industry, rail vehicle construction and energy technology. For laser-based joining systems in body construction, Scansonic sets industrial standards.
Scansonic is member of Berlin. Industrial.Group.
The ALO (adaptive laser optic) is a laser processing head for challenging brazing and welding applications. The patented integrated tactile seam tracking process allows the ALO3 to find the beginning of seam accurately and to guide the process precisely along the seam. Thereby the component allowances are automatically balanced. The ALO3 is based on the scapacs® modular system providing a large variety of possible configurations and combination options.
The RLW-A (remote laser welding adaptive) is an innovative laser processing head for no-contact welding of fillet seams. The integrated highly dynamic seam tracking system ensures reliable finding and tracking of seam. The spot size can be adapted and also be fitted during the process by using the autofocus. RLW-A enables seam guided laser remote welding with automated gap bridging. Fully integrated SCeye® process monitoring reduces setup times and increases productivity.
SCeye® is a fully integrated process monitoring system for Scansonic´s welding and brazing heads to enable reduced setup times and increased productivity. The system combines an innovative illumination module with a high-speed camera. Without affecting the accessibility of the optics, the system acquires high resolution images during mass production, which can be used for process and quality control purposes. It allows a full documentation of the process behaviour and the product quality.
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The all new ALO4 can be customized for all individual tactile brazing and welding applications. Benefits:
Motor driven lateral adjustment ensures constant seam quality to address diverse beam-to-wire positions and/or alternating body designs on a single production line