System technology

The technologies for surface functionalization, repair and design modification require efficient beam tools, which are able to fuse various materials or to form structures on a metallurgical level. To process durable and complex components and tools it is of high importance to develop novel material systems and transfer the technique laser powder cladding to real components.


COAXwire mini for filigree and complex components

The COAXwire mini is intended to close the gap to high-precision machining, especially for applications for repairing and generating high-quality and filigree complex components. For the first time, fine wires from 300 to 600 micrometers in diameter can be processed in a machine-guided system


Modular powder nozzle system COAXn

Independent from any direction, precise, industry-proven material feed for laser beam cladding processes.

Hybrid processing head COAXpowerline

Laser cladding with powder- now even faster and more process-secure! COAXpowerline - a highly productive and compact coaxial processing head. It offers a convenient operation, high potential for automation and a considerable robustness. Due to its coaxially directed and thus direction-independent heat source this processing head has been considerably improved. It offers a convenient operation, high potential for automation and a considerable robustness.

Inner diameter coating system COAXid

Modular Inner diameter coating system for the processing of deep-lying internal contours.

Cyclone powder nozzle for lateral powder feed

The main difference to the Coax nozzles is that the powder feed is done in a lateral way. It is characterized by robustness, high powder efficiency and excellent accessibility. This nozzle can dose two powder components in a simultaneous and independent manner.

Coaxial laser wire cladding head COAXwire

The new coax laser cladding head COAXwire provides omni-directional welding performance for the use of metallic wires as filler material. As basic principle, the beam splitting optic divides the collimated laser beam into three separate beams, which are subsequently focused onto a circular focal point.