The LZR100 laser welding machine provides a powerful tabletop machine with all the technological and engineering benefits of other larger models. This small machine delivers a higher-duty cycle that meets the demanding work needs, with professional results, and for far less than larger machines – a truly significant benefit for any budget. The LZR models need only 21-1/2″W x 24″D x 18″H of workspace and weigh less than 100 pounds; they’re easy to move and set up, easy to use and easy to maintain.
Specific benefits of the LZR Lasers include:
- Larger opening in the weld chamber provides access for larger pieces and allows you to work more freely inside.
- Pulse-shape settings allow you to configure your pulse to take advantage of specific metallurgic characteristics.
- Memory cells allow you to save up to 32 individual, specific configurations for your most-used applications.
- Small footprint fits easily into any shop.
- Affordable – take advantage of laser welding at a cost that is truly budget friendly.
- Superior, high-efficiency components run cooler, reducing stress on critical-wear parts, for notably longer service life and greatly reduced maintenance.
- The LZR models ensure close, repeatable control over laser parameters to deliver precise results.
- Up to 100 joules of output energy is more than enough for nearly every laser-welding application – particularly on silver.
- High-efficiency optics enable a higher average power output from fewer joules.
- User-friendly touch-screen control.
- Advanced constant-voltage inverter power supply eliminates power spikes to deliver more effective welding and drastically extend the flashlamp life.
|ZR Laser Welders Specifications|
|Spot Diameter:||0.3 - 1.5mm|
|Input power:||110 - 230VAC, 50/60Hz, 15A, single-phase|
|Output Pulse Energy:||25 - 100 joules|
|Pulse Frequency:||0.5 - 15Hz|
|Pulse Duration:||0.5 - 20.0mS|
|Dimensions:||21-1/2″W x 24″D x 18″H|
|Approx. Net Weight:||36kg (80 lbs)|
Customer review : One of the reasons we invested in this laser welder was for repairing stainless steel watch cases by building up the metal if the case is damaged. After this has been done we would then lapp the case back to its original profile. We also use the machine for many other applications including gold repairs, fitting case pendent tubes, repairing watch bracelets and clasps, repairing certain movement parts and so on. The machine (although expensive) has proved to be an excellent investment allowing us to do jobs we would have had to outsource or return unable to repair. I've tried other lasers and the LZR100 is by far the best I have used.