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Laser and Mechanical Processing Transport for Tube/Wire Applications

Bold Laser Automation, Inc. has announced its wire and tubing transport product line, the WT500/1000 Series. Inspection options include inline 2D and 3D laser inspection for stripped and drilled zones or 360° inspection.

This system is capable of transporting wire gauges from 1 to 20 and tube sizes from O.250 mm to O12.7 mm. The WT500/1000 provides quick set-ups for part changeovers with a belt-driven automatic diameter adjustment transport. Laser selections include nano, pico and femtosecond UV and NIR sources as well as mechanical spindle drilling assemblies with upwards of 80,000 RPM for precise hole formation.

Further options include a UR3 Cobot for automated loading of discrete length wires and tubing into the system. The outbound side offers a go/no-go sorting system that places parts into bins for ease of handling and sorting. Other selections include reel-to-reel payout and take up automation to assist in continuous processing applications.

Bold Laser Automation provides turn-key laser automation and automated assembly systems for various pilot and production needs.

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For more information and product literature, contact Bold Laser Automation.

For more information contact:

Bold Laser Automation, Inc.

27 Harvey Road, Unit 4

Bedford, NH 03110


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