ACSYS at the Technical Forum during the World Money Fair 2020.
The video shows our presentation during the technical forum on 30 January 2020, click on the image or here for the YouTube video on the ACSYS channel.
Fragile structures must be protected.
ACSYS and Inorcoat present the PVD coating process for coining dies, optimized for the coin industry.
While the standard chromium-process of the coining dies fill up the fine structures of the rainbow engraving and makes them unusable, the method of PVD coating offers reliable protection and does not impair the filigree reflective properties of the μ-precise laser structuring.
With its laser processing systems, ACSYS uses a special laser process to generate the structures.
ACSYS and Inorcoat, together with the Mint of Poland and INCM, have completed extensive test series and optimized the laser process parameters accordingly. The result is a production process suitable for industrial use.
Click here for more laser experience of ACSYS in the minting world.
We regret to inform you that the VDW, as the organizer, has decided to postpone METAV 2020 in Düsseldorf to a later date not yet fixed. But to give you the opportunity to discuss your current needs in the field of laser processing, our sales team is at your disposal.
ACSYS has developed the Klippon® Automated RailLaser in co-operation with the Weidmüller company.
New digitalization and automation approaches play a decisive role in the manufacture of electrical control cabinets, resulting in production processes being implemented faster, more precisely and more economically than before. This is critical in times of full order books and an increasing shortage of skilled labour.
In combination with Weidmüller’s Configurator (WMC) software, the Klippon® Automated RailLaser enables fully automatic marking of pre-assembled terminal strips. The use of terminals with pre-attached markers eliminates the need to separate, assign and mount individual markers. This allows time savings of up to 90% in marking processes. The laser marking of the terminal strips meets the highest demands on marking quality.
The “Weidmüller Configurator” (WMC) is responsible for the consistency in the process; it generates the digital twin of the terminal strip. The individual marking levels are generated from this data and sent directly to the Klippon® Automated RailLaser. The user only has to insert the equipped mounting rail into the system and then press the “Start button”. A data matrix code on the back of the mounting rail ensures that the correct program is called up. The Klippon® Automated RailLaser first checks the inserted mounting rail and then performs a comparison of the digital and real model. This is followed by direct marking of the terminal blocks that have previously been fitted with markers. The color of the markers used is irrelevant: in addition to white and yellow, numerous other colored markers can also be laser marked fully automatically. This option makes it easy to meet the industry-specific color requirements or the individual color schemes of customers. Special markers are not required because all Weidmüller plastic markers are suitable for fully automatic marking.
More information about the system at Weidmüller.
ACSYS supplied the know-how and the complete construction of the automatic laser system.
Development of a system for the automated laser-based repair of structured mould inserts.
Textured injection moulding tools have become indispensable in plastics processing. Damage to a texture is followed by downtimes, expensive repairs and even total tool failure. The aim of the BMBF-funded „Toolrep“ project was to map the entire repair chain in a single system. Texture errors are automatically detected and selected, filled by means of additive laser application and restored by means of special repair algorithms and laser engraving.
NORTEC is 2020’s first manufacturing trade fair and the only event in northern Germany where production experts gather. From 21 to 24 January 2020, decision-makers from all over Germany will descend on NORTEC in the heart of Hamburg for the 17th time.
World premiere at the Nortec in Hamburg – Hall A4 – Booth 100!
From 21 – 24 January 2020, the brand new PIRANHA® μ Weld from ACSYS will be presented to the world public. Be there!
Registration Nortec 2020:
The PIRANHA μ Weld from ACSYS offers a unique combination of two fundamentally different welding processes. In remote laser welding, the laser beam is moved by a highly dynamic galvo scanner. In combination with the latest fiber laser generation, very high contour speeds can be achieved. Complicated contours and high accuracy are no problem for remote laser beam welding.
Countless processing possibilities! Designed for the future.
The PIRANHA μ Weld also offers welding via an exact path interpolation with an axis movement and a fixed laser beam. The highly dynamic axes of the PIRANHA μ Weld, the proven μ components in combination with granite and high-strength steels from ACSYS offer maximum precision and repeat accuracy.
The PIRANHA μ Weld is prepared for a fast changeover for various cutting tasks.
Laser welding. It comes and stays together what belongs together.
The all new PIRANHA Roboshift – Flexible and dynamic pick up, processing and storing. These are the core topics of this automated laser processing system. At the heart of the laser is a compact 6-axis robot with the approximate length and reach of a human arm. This enables highly flexible process automation in many industrial sectors. Whether laser marking, laser engraving, 3D laser engraving or a combination – the PIRANHA Roboshift offers universal automation and impresses with its high throughput and short cycle times. An ideal all-rounder for a wide variety of laser processing applications.
Both laser systems fulfill ACSYS’s promise to always go a step further and do what can technically be done in an inimitable manner.