Fraunhofer institute combines SLM green laser copper 3D printing with robotic LaserTAB technology to micro-join battery cells

Fraunhofer institute combines SLM green laser copper 3D printing with robotic LaserTAB technology to micro-join battery cells

The Fraunhofer Institute of Laser Technology (ILT), based in Aachen , on the France-Germany border, has invented a process combining copper 3D printing technology with their laser-based tape-automated bonding (LaserTAB) application to micro-weld prismatic, round and pouch cells battery cells. This automated process, which combines both 3D printing and robotics will be displayed at the Munich Productronica exhibition in November 2017. Laser scanning and and robotic microcell production The LBR light-weight robot was developed for Fraunhofer ILT by Kuka Roboter GmbH , based in Augsburg, Germany, and is described by the company as the first sensitive robot to be […]

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