In continuous laser cleaning equipment, most laser cleaning heads only have a cleaning width of 150-250mm, which indirectly leads to many problems:
1. When the cleaning power is too high, due to the limited width, the unit laser energy is too high, resulting in over-cleaning of the surface, and even slight melting, causing damage to the substrate;
2. When the laser power is adjusted in accordance with the cleaning width, the cleaning ability will be reduced, the performance of the laser cannot be fully released, and the efficiency cannot be maximized;
Too narrow cleaning width leads to melt-through during partial cleaning
3. If the width is too narrow, it will also cause problems such as uneven effect due to repeated cleaning at the seam of the two cleanings, and stronger power when the end emits light.
For the market, time is efficiency, and effect is income. A cleaning head that cannot exert the full capabilities of the laser due to the width limitation is obviously unqualified. Geometric Photon has developed this 600mm ultra-wide two-dimensional laser cleaning head based on its grasp of the market.
The successful development of this cleaning head means that the continuous laser cleaning equipment will be more "flexible":
Originally, the one-dimensional cleaning head can only adjust the cleaning intensity unilaterally through the power. The two-dimensional cleaning head has two parameters of power and filling speed to adjust the cleaning intensity. For some materials (such as high-temperature oxide layer, thin plate paint layer, etc.) Choose one of two multiple-choice questions between injuries.
Now it is possible to balance the laser energy per unit space through the three parameters of laser power, filling speed and cleaning width. While fully utilizing the laser performance, the energy density per unit area can be reduced by increasing the active area, and the cleaning material is less restricted. Efficiency and no damage can be both.