AL-ROCK Serisi Lazer Isıl İşlem ve Lazer Taşlama Makineleri

The AL-ROCK Is the First Mobile Robot for Targeted Hardening of Metal Surfaces. The component to be hardened no longer needs to be dismantled, as the laser can be brought right to the workpiece. The far-reaching robot arm can easily access hard-to-reach places. All that is needed is the laser beam’s free access to the workpiece surface to be hardened.

Laser
Laser type / wavelength Diode laser, 900 – 1070 nm
Pilot Laser red 630 – 680 nm (? 5 mW), green 532 nm (5 mW)
Power 3,000 W (CW)
Focal distance f = 250 mm
Shielding gas feed Included
Laser cooling system External water-air cooling system
Display and operation Display 1 on mobile part
Display 2 at the station with 8 mm cable for free position selection
Work area
Movement speed (X, Y, Z) Welding spot 0 – 10 mm/s over component surface
Movement range (X, Y, Z) 3000 x 1000 x 1900 mm as spherical half space
Lowest working point 0 mm
Highest working point 1900 mm
Radius of 3D work area approx. 2 m (from the booth)
Hardening
Gauges variable, from 5–20 mm (depending upon the material)
Case hardening depth (CHD) max. 2 mm (depending upon the material)
Control camera-guided continuous laser output control LompocPro with E-MAqS camera
Repeat accuracy +/- 0.08 mm max.
Smallest programmable path dimension 0.01 mm
External dimensions
Mobile part W × D × H 1200 x 1500 x 1800 mm
Weight approx. 1,400 kg
Station including cooler W × D × H 1100 x 1900 x 1800 mm
Weight approx. 700 kg
External connections
Electrical connection 63 A 400 V 3 P + PE 6 h 50 Hz
from version P250 only 32 A 400 V 3 P + PE 6 h 50 Hz

MOBILE AND FLEXIBLE LASER HARDENING AND POWDER DEPOSIT WELDING

The AL-ROCK Is the First Mobile Robot for Targeted Hardening of Metal Surfaces.

The component to be hardened no longer needs to be dismantled, as the laser can be brought right to the workpiece. The far-reaching robot arm can easily access hard-to-reach places. All that is needed is the laser beam’s free access to the workpiece surface to be hardened.

The area which is to be hardened can be easily programmed using the scanner software: simply select the area that you wish to scan. Then the robot moves the scanner automatically to the marked area over multiple tracks. The result is a real-time 3D model. The operator then simply configures the process-relevant parameters, after which the program is simulated virtually.

The generated and confirmed program is automatically sent to the robot.

The laser beam precisely follows the workpiece contour in free 3D movements. Weld edges, nubs, grain structures, or individual points can be easily hardened this way. There is practically no thermal load on the surrounding area, which means that distortion is kept to a minimum. The heat flux within the component leads to self-quenching.

The generated and confirmed program is automatically sent to the robot.

The laser beam precisely follows the workpiece contour in free 3D movements. Weld edges, nubs, grain structures, or individual points can be easily hardened this way. There is practically no thermal load on the surrounding area, which means that distortion is kept to a minimum. The heat flux within the component leads to self-quenching.