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fiber elephant

brief description

  • 3D scan head for use with fiber lasers or fiber-coupled diode lasers
  • Suitable for multi-kW applications
  • Connection for vision and measurement systems
  • Fast Z-axis; a focus translator replaces expensive or commercially unavailable large-aperture, flat-field lenses
  • Fiber coupling unit: Optoskand QBH, Type D, clamp for collimated fiber output, Ø 30 or 35 mm, other diameters on request
  • Fiber collimator with 80, 100, 120, 50, 170 or 200 mm focal length
  • Aperture: 21, 36 or 50 mm
  • For wavelengths of 800–900 nm, 1020–1080 nm, 1550 nm, 1900 nm

Application examples

  • Welding
  • Precision welding
  • Remote welding
  • Cutting
  • Precision cutting
  • Percussion drilling
  • Perforating
  • Marking
  • Deep engraving
  • Heat treatment
  • Laser sintering, rapid prototyping
  • “On the fly” machining
  • Machining of large work areas
  • Process control

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Crossjet for Fiber Elephant

The innovative ARGES Crossjet design ensures the long service life of the protective window and optics, even in harsh ambient conditions with intense sparking, while consuming only a very small quantity of compressed air. 

The Supersonic Crossjet combines a de Laval nozzle and the practical application of the “air amplifier” principle: The compressed air is first accelerated to a supersonic speed by the annular-shaped de Laval nozzle. The nozzle is arranged in such a way as to create a vacuum at the rear of the Crossjet that causes the ambient air to be drawn in and also accelerated. 

This produces an amplified air stream several times greater than the flow rate employed even with a lower consumption of compressed air.

  • For the industry-standard operating pressure of 6 bar (600 kPa)
  • Homogeneous air stream as a result of the air supply from both sides
  • Efficient design for a strong air stream with low consumption of compressed air
  • High flow velocity over long distances for optimum particle deflection
  • Long service life for the protective window and optics

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