Faserlaser sind ein wichtiges Werkzeug bei der Herstellung von Elektrogeräten. Sie lassen sich einfach in automatisierte Herstellungssysteme integrieren und erzeugen mit großer Zuverlässigkeit präzise Schweißnähte, die von der Elektroindustrie nachgefragt werden.

Unsere Laser können für zahlreiche Anwendungen in der Elektroindustrie eingesetzt werden, vom Beschriften von Mikrochips bis zum Ausschneiden von SMD-Schablonen.  Unsere Faserlaser verfügen über eine innovative Verfahrenstechnik, die jeder Herausforderung gerecht wird und schwer zu übertreffen ist.

Hairpin Stripping in Electric Motors

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Posted on 03/01/2019

The boom in e-mobility is generating an increased demand for electric motors across the world. These motors are manufactured with solid copper hairpins in the stator which generate a magnetic field, which in turn creates the motion of the motor.... read more >

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Integrated Circuits Marking

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Posted on 21/12/2018

In current electronic technology Integrated Circuits (IC) elements are the most important units used to build circuits and systems. Contained in each IC element there is a small semiconductor part which is connected with metal pins. Everything is... read more >

There are millions of electronics products around the world

Laser Engraving in the Electronics Industry

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Posted on 11/10/2018

It goes without saying that the electronics industry, especially the consumer electronics market, is now one of the most widely used around the world. It seems that there is some kind of new technology emerging almost daily, and electronics have an... read more >

The electronics industry works with tiny components, ideal for fiber laser cutting

Fiber Laser Ablation in the Electronics Industry

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Posted on 22/09/2018

The case for fiber laser ablation The term laser ablation refers to the controlled removal of materials from a component. It is an accurate and high-speed process that uses fiber lasers to home in on the material and remove it. For example, the... read more >

Although the technology for additive manufacturing has been around for much longer than many people realise, it’s an industry which is still relatively in its infancy.Additive manufacturing is now being used in a number of different... read more >

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Marking Electronic Epoxy

Posted on 06/11/2015

Epoxy is widely known to burn and bubble under most Laser marking applications.  However, our MOPA design allows just the right energy to be applied to this material to create a high quality, legible mark.Our range of redENERGY Pulsed Fiber... read more >

Disk Drive Flexure Welding

Posted on 06/11/2015

Disk drive flexures hold the ferrite reader that floats over the spinning magnetic media in a hard drive.The high speeds of positioning and the ultra-close proximity of the ferrite reader mean the flexures must be accurately assembled from 3 or... read more >

Having worked with all major telecoms suppliers to achieve the precision Laser welding required for these devices, including the development of special pulse shapes, we are perfectly positioned to use our skills and expertise to assist any... read more >

The successful manufacture of electronic printed circuit board assemblies relies on the precise dispensing of solder paste through a stencil.Once the solder paste is deposited, the components are placed onto the paste and the whole assembly is... read more >

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Component Marking

Posted on 06/11/2015

Lasers are one of the most reliable methods of direct part marking. They can easily achieve high contrast details, enabling the traceability of almost any product.The clean, high quality, permanent marks obtained with a Laser are durable... read more >

Battery Welding

Posted on 06/11/2015

Batteries require careful assembly to create a safe, convenient and powerful device. Most consumer batteries use crimped metal seals with a polymer sealant for their packaging. However, when the cell's chemistry changes or more components must be... read more >

Case Study

Sensor Welding

Posted on 06/11/2015

Sensor assembly requires some very high technology in both sensing technology and packaging to create a robust, small, and accurate system that can survive in a hostile environment. In the past these sensors could be larger and employ gaskets or... read more >

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Sintering Printed Circuits

Posted on 06/11/2015

Many large area electronic display panels require metal conductors and busbars, today printing and patterning takes place to create connections.Our redENERGY G4 pulsed Laser can be used in both CW and pulsed modes to sinter/cure the printed... read more >