Laser Photonics has launched an AI-capable programmable CleanTech Robotic Cell Enclosure.
The product is claimed to eliminate safety concerns for human operators and is scheduled to be available for initial deliveries in early 2024.
After having successfully demonstrated the new robotic capabilities of the equipment in an environment suitable for Class I cleanroom enclosures on the exhibition circuit during September, the company is now able to start building production models.
According to Wayne Tupuola, CEO of Laser Photonics, LPC remains at the forefront of innovation, and the new product is set to improve the standards for laser cleaning applications and safety while reducing the total cost of ownership for the customer.
“Introducing robotics into Class I cleanroom enclosures further expands our technology lead and market opportunity,” says Tupuola.
Automated environments require precise beam positioning and tight focus. The CleanTech Robotic Cell Enclosure is optimised for these jobs while also creating smaller power demands than handheld laser cleaning products and potentially eliminating safety concerns. Its programmability and AI capability allow it to serve as an additional dedicated employee capable of fulfilling multiple tasks simultaneously, including serving as a cleaning operator, quality control inspector, engineering programmer and process engineer. Several options will be available, with the most productive model being equipped with an AI module, 3D scanner and visualiser, vision system and a Class I Safety shroud or enclosure.