The desktop model with compact and small in size.
One-key operation with the automatic computer-control system, saving time and labor.
Stripping wire simultaneously by up and down dual laser heads brings high efficiency and convenience for stripping.
During the laser wire stripping process, the energy of radiation emitted by the laser is absorbed strongly by the insulating material. As the laser penetrates the insulation, it vaporizes the material through to the conductor. However, the conductor strongly reflects the radiation at the CO2 laser wavelength and is therefore unaffected by the laser beam. Because the metallic conductor is essentially a mirror at the wavelength of the laser, the process is effective “self-terminating”, that is the laser vaporizes all of the insulating material down to the conductor and then stops, so no process control is required to prevent damage to the conductor.
Comparatively, conventional wire-stripping methods make physical contact with the conductor, which can damage the wire and slow down processing speed.
Fluoropolymers (PTFE, ETFE, PFA), PTFE /Teflon®, Silicone, PVC, Kapton®, Mylar®, Kynar®, Fiberglass, ML, Nylon, Polyurethane, Formvar®, Polyester, Polyesterimide, Epoxy, Enameled coatings, DVDF, ETFE /Tefzel®, Milene, Polyethylene, Polyimide, PVDF and other hard, soft or high-temperature material…
(medical electronics, aerospace, consumer electronics and automotive)
• Catheter wiring
• Pacemaker electrodes
• Motors and transformers
• High-performance windings
• Hypodermic tubing coatings
• Micro-coaxial cables
• Stimulation electrodes
• Bonded enamel wiring
• High-performance data cables