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05-11-2018

Safe Welding of Plastic Components

LPKF Laser Welding System for Medical Technology Materials

The LPKF InlineWeld 6200 is a compact laser system for plastic welding. The manufacturer promises weld seam widths in the micrometre range, tight seams and particle-free operation predestine the system for use in medical technology. Thanks to a special fine focus variant, the laser achieves extremely fine seam structures. The system can also be equipped for the clean room.

The new laser system requires little footprint and can be integrated into production lines. Components up to a size of 150 mm x 150 mm can be processed. According to the manufacturer Inlin-eWeld operates economically from small series to large-scale production. The CAM software ProSeT enables easy adjustment of the welding contour. This gives users flexibility in their product design.

Standardized electrical and mechanical interfaces - also for industry 4.0 integration - enable integration into existing manufacturing execution systems. Quality assurance is ensured by seamless process monitoring and process control, which is conveniently carried out by the user's higher-level, central control system. The welding process can be documented for each individual component with several test procedures.

  • Microfluidic components can be welded with the InlineWeld 6200 laser system (© LPKF)

  • Microfluidic components benefit from the precision of the laser weld-ing process (© LPKF)

  • An example of a laser-welded housing: the Insulet Omnipod blood glucose meter (© LPKF)

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