Optimized for Quality and Speed

The following list details the equipment and tooling EB Industries utilizes to perform electron beam welding, laser welding, and laser hermetic sealing operations. A whole range of additional support equipment, such as circulating furnace, aqueous cleaner, vapor degreasing and ultrasonic cleaning equipment, are also employed for specific processes.

Electron Beam Welding Equipment

All of our electron beam welding equipment feature:
Automatic Rapid Vacuum Cycling • Computer Control and Digital Displays • CNC Table Control

Equipment Type Size Specifictions
Hamilton Standard Electron Beam 36” H x 36” W x 76” L 150 KV, 50 mA (CNC add-on)
Hamilton Standard Electron Beam 36” H x 36” W x 52” L 150 KV, 50 mA (CNC 3 axis)
Leybold Heraeus Electron Beam 40” H x 36” W x 52” L 150 KV, 100 mA (CNC 5 axis)
Leybold Heraeus Electron Beam 36” H x 36” W x 52” L 150 KV, 100 mA (CNC add-on)
EBbeam Electron Beam 11.8” H x 11.8” W x 11.8” L 60 KV, 50 mA (CNC 5 axis)

Laser Welding Equipment

Equipment Type Size Specifictions
IPG Photonics YLS-4000 Laser Beam 24” X – 18” Y – 18” Z – 360° Rotary 4kW Continuous Wave or Pulsed Solid State Fiber Laser
Trumpf TruLaser Cell 3000 Laser Beam 31.5” X – 23.62” Y – 15.74” Z ± –135° B – 360° Rotary 4kW Continuous Wave or Pulsed Solid State Disc Laser
IPG QCW 450/4500 Laser Beam 24” X – 18” Y – 18” Z – 360° Rotary 400 W air cooled Fiber laser
Lumonics JK 701H Laser Beam 24” X – 18” Y – 18” Z – 360° Rotary 550 W Nd:YAG w/ Aerotech 3200 4-Axis Laser Operating Control System
Trumpf 304P Laser Beam 24” X – 18” Y – 18” Z – 360° Rotary 300 W Nd:YAG Laser w/ Aerotech 3200 4 Axis Laser Operating Control System
Trumpf Profiweld™ HL 42P Laser Beam 3 50 W Nd:YAG Manual Laser Workstations
Kelanc Laser Beam 200 W Class IV Manual Laser Workstation
Laserstar Laser Beam 200 W Class IV Manual Laser Workstation

Complete Computer Control of all Weld Parameters:

  • Pulse Shaping;
  • Pulse Width;
  • Beam Energy;
  • Repetition Rate.

Laser Hermetic Sealing Equipment

Pacific Precision Labs LSS 9000 Glove Box Laser Welding System – Atmospheric Enclosure Fully Integrated with Lumonics JK 701H Laser (See Laser Welding Equipment)

  • Completely computer Controlled Hermetic Process – Start to Finish;
  • Total Chamber Environment and Weld Parameter Reporting;
  • Computer Controlled Environmental Moisture and Oxygen Content;
  • Inert Gas Drying w/ Purification and Recycling Computer Controlled Vacuum Bake Oven.

MBRAUN Labmaster 130 LW Glove Box Laser Welding System – Atmospheric Enclosure Fully Integrated with Lumonics JK 701H Laser (See Laser Welding Equipment)

  • Completely computer Controlled Hermetic Process – Start to Finish;
  • Total Chamber Environment and Weld Parameter Reporting;
  • Computer Controlled Environmental Moisture and Oxygen Content;
  • Inert Gas Drying w/ Purification and Recycling utilizing Two Computer Controlled Vacuum Bake Ovens and Dual 1250mm (47.213″) Long x 1000mm (39.37″) Wide Chambers.

In addition, we have a 650 square-foot FOD/ESD Controlled Environment Certified to Class 100,000 clean-room standards (US Fed STD 100,000 / ISO 14644-1 ISO 8)

Additional Support Equipment

  • Circulating Furnace – (24 x 25 x 25, 1250°F);
  • Acetone Ultrasonic Cleaning Equipment w/ Solvent Recapture;
  • Spare laser machines (Raytheon SS-550, Trumpf 304P and Lumonics JK 710-H);
  • TIG & MIG welders;
  • 2x – Air Science Laminar Flow Benches;
  • Air Science exhaust hood.

Tooling/Fixturing Capabilities

  • Full in-house machine shop and tooling capabilities;
  • Various multi-station carousels;
  • Orbiting tables;
  • Multiple computerized rotary spindle fixtures with tail stocks;
  • Multi-axis computer control of weld parameters – CNC capable, 2D DXF/IGES File Import;
  • Linear roller tables and high load capacity rotary tables.

Quality Assurance

  • Kestrel digital measurement microscope with labeling system, calibrated;
  • Keyence VHX-950F 3-D Digital Microscope;
  • Nikon SMZ-1 inspection microscope;
  • Nikon SMZ-745T inspection microscope with digital camera;
  • Nikon SMZ-800 inspection microscope;
  • Bausch & Lomb Stereo Zoom 5 microscope;
  • 3x Veeco/VIC Helium mass spectrometer leak detectors, 6×10-11 atm-cc/sec sensitivity, calibrated;
  • 3x – Triotech gross leak bubble testers;
  • Vision Engineering Lynx Evo Microscope;
  • Vision Engineering EvoCam II Microscope;
  • Small, large bell jars and chambers. Custom vacuum leak systems and fixtures can be built to job requirements including: large or odd shaped chambers, automated and multi station systems. Pressure bombing chambers available;
  • Nondestructive testing including: dye penetrant testing, radiographic, ultrasonic and physical testing are available.
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