Visit stoba Customized Machinery at LaserWorld of Photonics 2023 for Expert Insights on Laser Material Processing

stoba Customized Machinery will be at the trade fair from June 27th to 30th, 2023 LaserWorld of Photonics represented in Munich. Visitors have the opportunity to talk to the stoba laser experts on site about new developments, fields of application and possible solutions for laser material processing.

From automotive to aerospace to electronics – the areas of application for laser material processing are diverse. In particular, the applications of laser welding and laser drilling often replace other manufacturing processes due to technical and economic aspects and offer great advantages. Because in addition to less distortion during laser welding and less burr formation or even no burrs during drilling with ultra-short pulse lasers (USP), the processes also stand out due to their good automation capability. The focus at the stoba Customized Machinery stand at the LaserWorld of Photonics 2023 is precisely on these processes.

Michael Berkner, Sales Laser Technology Expert, Simon Mohr, Laser Technology Expert and Matthias Leichtle, Team Leader Laser Application, will not only show examples of the results that can be achieved with laser welding and drilling. They are much more available to interested parties with their specialist knowledge as contact persons for questions about the technology and its application. “We look forward to a lively exchange with the visitors and to gaining new insights into the challenges they face in production. Because there are certainly many cases in which laser material processing can be an answer – and we are willing to seek, find and implement it in such a way that it optimally suits the individual application,” says Michael Berkner.

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Previous projects of stoba Customized Machinery show what this can look like: A laser welding solution for the assembly of seven individual parts was recently developed in the aerospace sector. Another customer uses the FocusCOMBINED, a machine that enables a combination of laser welding, laser drilling and other processes (further details in the info boxes below). While stoba has so far mainly worked in the field of full automation in laser drilling, these projects are now also a reference for the company’s expertise in the laser macro world.

“The field of laser processing is becoming increasingly important – also at stoba Customized Machinery,” explains Simon Mohr. “The LaserWorld of Photonics is therefore an ideal opportunity to show what we can already do today and what we can do and develop for the future.”

stoba Customized Machinery can be found on all four exhibition days in Hall A3, Stand 416. Tickets for the exhibition can be requested from Christin Müller at [email protected].

Lasertechnologie Made by stoba

Modular all-in-one solution: The FocusCOMBINDED

“Customized” in action: individual laser system solutions

laser cell with two lasers + parts handling + camera and measuring systems on 5 linear axes (additional axes possible)

– Wide range of applications thanks to numerous possible combinations

individual partial automation enables reduced operator production

– Can be used as a stand-alone machine, in a chain or as part of a fully automated special solution

– Suitable for small to medium quantities

– Can be used in the areas of automotive, aerospace, electronics, precision engineering, medical technology, general metal industry

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– Development of individual solutions and process combinations

– Aerospace example: Here the following processes take place in a machine:

– Fully automatic parts supply via conveyor belts

– Robot handling for pre-assembly

– Laser welding

– Closing by welding

– Filling of the resulting hollow body with process gas

– Leak test

– Downstream laser marking

Über stoba Customized Machinery:
stoba Customized Machinery in Memmingen is part of the stoba group of companies and the expert for the innovative development of high-precision technology applications and special high-end solutions in mechanical engineering. The company with around 50 employees specializes in electrochemical metalworking (P)ECM and laser precision machining as well as visual inspection using AI. As a practical development partner, stoba Customized Machinery offers its global customers both innovative and classic solutions – from feasibility studies through to series production.

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About stoba:
stoba is a group of companies with the technology areas of precision engineering and special machine construction for different markets. Founded in 1961 in Backnang, Baden-Württemberg, the group of companies is now represented worldwide with more than 1,000 employees at seven locations (Backnang, Memmingen, Weinstadt, Brno, Charleston, Small Dole, Yantai). stoba stands for quality that has been tested over many years, individual customer-oriented solutions and ambitious, visionary innovations for the future. In 2020 as well as in 2021 and 2022, the company was awarded the TOP 100 seal for its special innovative strength and above-average innovative success.

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2023-06-07 06:07:00
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