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The Delta Series laser processing workstations provide a flexible, low cost, CDRH Class I environment for precision marking, welding and cutting of medical, automotive, electronic, and aerospace components, as well as a broad range of other industrial applications. Available in 4 standard sizes, Delta Series workstations are available with your choice of precision, multiaxis (XYZ) CNC motion stages, control hardware, optional rotary, and Windows® software, with industrystandard G & M code programming features. A small foot-print design fits lean manufacturing requirements.

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Available models

AMADA - Delta Series Laser Welding System
Dimensions (W x D x H)
34 in x 26 in x 74.5 in (864 mm x 660 mm x 1892 mm)
40 in x 26 in x 74.5 in (1016 mm x 660 mm x 1892 mm)
53 in x 53 in x 81.4 in (1346 mm x 1346 mm x 2068 mm)
53 in x 36 in x 81.4 in (1346 mm x 914 mm x 2068 mm)
Maximum XYZ linear stage travel
6 in x 6 in x 6 in (152 mm x 152 mm x 152 mm)
8 in x 8 in x 6 in 203 mm x 203 mm x 152 mm
12 in x 16 in x 8 in (305 mm x 406 mm x 203 mm)
12 in x 12 in x 8 in (305 mm x 305 mm x 203 mm)

AMADA WELD TECH’s Delta Series laser welding systems are flexible, low cost, lean-manufacturing-ready Class I environments for precision laser spot and laser seam welding of medical, automotive, electronic, and aerospace components as well as a broad range of other industrial applications.

Key Features

  • Class I eyesafe enclosure
  • Multi-axis CNC motion
  • G & M code programming
  • Lean manufacturing style - small footprint
  • Stable, ergonomic platform
  • Laser weld monitoring
  • Customizable
AMADA - Delta Series Laser Micromachining System

Laser and Motion Parameters


Femtosecond laser; IR, green, or UV wavelengths
Picosecond laser; IR, green, or UV wavelengths
Picosecond laser; IR, green, or UV wavelengths
Fiber laser; IR wavelength
Fiber laser; IR wavelength
DPSS Nanosecond laser; Green or UV wavelengths
DPSS Nanosecond laser; Green or UV wavelengths
Focused Spot Size
< 10 µm achievable
Collets: 5C Levin D, ER16, ER25, ER40
Linear Axes
Accuracy/Repeatability: Up to +/- 0.4 µm | +/- 0.1 µm
Rotary Axes
Accuracy/Repeatability: Up to +/- 1 arcsec | +/- 0.5 arcsec
Linear Z-Axes
Accuracy/Repeatability: Up to +/- 1 µm | +/- 1 µm
Input power, dimensions and weight dependent on final system configuration.

Delta Laser Micromachining Systems are most commonly integrated with galvanometer scan heads and femtosecond lasers, which provide the best material removal quality, with minimal-to-no thermal defects, and the highest degree of process stability and precision.  With options in IR, green, and in special cases, UV, wavelengths, femtosecond lasers provide the optimal processing capability for nearly any material, including metals and metal alloys, polymers, ceramics, and glasses.  For processes that benefit from other types of laser sources, the Delta Laser Micromachining System can also be configured with a range of fiber, DPSS nanosecond green or UV, CO2, and picosecond lasers, selected specifically for your application.

For applications that require high precision and tight positional tolerances, the Delta Laser Micromachining System can be constructed with a rigid steel frame and a granite processing platform mounted to pneumatic isolators to provide excellent vibration dampening for the processing area.  An operator-oriented machine interface allows for intuitive system operation tailored to your specific process.  For enhanced automation capabilities, AMADA WELD TECH offers automated tube loaders, robotic arms for loading and unloading, and machine vision systems for precision part positioning and feature measurements.  AMADA WELD TECH engineers provide system installation at your facility, along with a fully developed laser process and operational training as part of the system delivery.

Key Features

  • Femtosecond lasers in IR, green, or UV wavelength for optimal machining performance

  • Fiber, DPSS nanosecond green or UV, CO2, or picosecond lasers optional available

  • Optional rigid steel frame and fully vibration-isolated granite processing platform

  • Laser processing of materials including metals, alloys, polymers, ceramics, and glasses

  • Micro-machining, -milling, -drilling, surface texturing, scribing, marking, and ablation capabilities

  • Standard galvanometer scan head with multiple lens options

  • Fixed-optic focus head options

  • Multi-axis scan head option for complex geometries

  • Control software with graphical user interface tailored to the application

  • Off-axis and through-the-lens vision options

  • Sensitive optical components contained in positive-pressure environment

  • Flexible multi-axis motion stage configurations

  • Process monitoring capabilities

  • Standard and custom tooling offerings

  • Debris and nano-particulate management

  • Robotic arm options for part loading and unloading

  • Application and machine operation training provide

AMADA GroupThe AMADA Group is a world leader in the manufacture of machines for sheet metal processing. Established in 1946 by Isamu AMADA, the Japanese Group has attained a unique position in the industry. AMADA not only manufactures machine tools, but also comes up with and proposes technological solutions to support the competitive edge of its Customers. With over 70 years of activities and experience and more than 90 companies, AMADA stands for technology and reliability.