Emerson’s New Laser Welder Enhances Manufacturing Capabilities

Branson GL-300 platform increases production capability and enables faster production start-up

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Emerson has launched a new laser welder platform that provides high mix and batch manufacturers of plastic components with greater production capability, without compromising product quality or performance. The Branson GL-300 is a highly flexible quasi-simultaneous plastic joining system, designed to deliver efficient high-quality welds in a wide range of applications and help manufacturers to increase production efficiency.

Manufacturers increasingly need machines and processes that can be quickly and cost-effectively adapted to changing production demands and specifications. For low volume, high mix manufacturers especially, flexible welding systems that allow faster production start-up, provide a critical advantage. The Branson GL platform meets this need by combining highly efficient and accurate welds with cost-effective and easy-to-change tooling that enables faster set-up and adjustment for changing product specifications.

Manufacturing capability is further enhanced by a range of unique features including a high-quality scanning system, easy-to-use human-machine interface, large (300mm x 300mm) weld area, multiple weld modes, variable spot size as low as 0.5 mm, and an adjustable laser power source height. These enable the Branson GL-300 to support applications with different materials, application sizes and production speeds.

“For batch manufacturers looking for more efficient production processes, quasi-simultaneous laser welders provide a very flexible, cost-effective joining solution,” said Priyank Kishor, global product manager for Branson products at Emerson’s Automation Solutions Business. “The Branson GL-300 extends this flexibility by enabling the assembly of a broader range of components, helping to increase manufacturing capability and profitability.”

For more information about the latest Branson welding systems, visit Emerson.com/Branson

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