Nippon Avionics (Avio) is a subsidiary of NEC. A novel series of YAG Precision Laser Welders were introduced to the market, by the company on January 17. Welding of metal to metal without contact is achieved through this new LW-Y Series of YAG laser welders. It has wide application in the production of automobile parts, electronic equipment, and electronic components.
Avio is a broad-range producer of micro-joining equipment. It presents several products based on micro-joining technologies such as soldering of electronic components, resistance welding of metal components, and welding of plastic components. The company introduced five new models of new non-contact-type YAG laser welders. This achievement promoted the company’s recognition and reputation.
The new LW-Y Series YAG Laser Precision Welder includes five different maximum-output power models such as 8W, 20W, 50W, 150W and 300W. These models provide high-quality joining from ultra-precision welding to welding of mechanical components with extensive choices based upon application. Model LW-Y20 (maximum output of 20W) & Model LW-Y50 (maximum output of 50W) are ideal for applications in the field of electronic components including tab welding for batteries, termination of copper (Cu) coil wire for motors and welding of optical components. Model LW-Y8 (maximum output of 8W) is useful for accurate welding of electronic components or medical components. Model LW-Y150 (maximum output of 150W) and Model LW-Y300 (maximum output of 300W) has a wide range of applications such as automobile components, electronic components, and medical components. The high-energy and stable output facilitates applications such as spot welding of highly reflective materials like aluminum (Al), copper (Cu), and gold (Au), or repetitive irradiation based seam welding.