Joining Technologies laser cutting system offers programs for selected alloys

Jan. 30, 2011
Infinite Web 355 is a laser cutting and welding system for splicing iron and nickel-based strip alloys with a single laser head.

Infinite Web 355 is a laser cutting and welding system for splicing iron and nickel-based strip alloys with a single laser head. The mobile, standalone system requires only one electrical input and minimal operator involvement. The PC-based control system features a touch-screen interface, programs for selected alloys, and self diagnostics for optimal uptime.
Joining Technologies
East Granby, CT

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Joining Technologies, Inc., an innovator in industrial laser applications, now introduces its latest innovation – Infinite Web™ 355 – a laser cutting and welding system for splicing iron and nickel-based strip alloys. The unique all-in-one design incorporates laser welding and cutting with a single head. “It’s a quantum leap from the splicing equipment currently seen in the metal converting plants” according to company president Dave Hudson. The system offers a user friendly, streamlined design with optimal safety features. As implied by its name, the Infinite Web™ joins leading and trailing edges of metal coils in strip processing lines to create a continuous feed with no downtime associated with rethreading and realignment.

With the ability to service multiple converting lines, the Infinite Web™ 355 is a truly mobile, standalone system requiring only one electrical input and minimal operator involvement. The industrial PC-based control system features a touch screen interface, canned programs for selected alloys and proprietary self diagnostics to ensure optimal uptime.

The Infinite Web™ is designed to handle a large range of material thicknesses and widths. It uses coaxial optics to verify proper positioning and provide precise and accurate splices. When asked to describe the significance of the machine Dave Hudson states “The Infinite Web™ is poised to change the metal converting industry forever”.

About Joining Technologies
Headquartered in East Granby, CT, Joining Technologies is an innovator in precision fusion processes, including laser and electron beam welding, laser additive manufacturing, and weld system design and integration. The company’s extraordinary engineering talent continues to develop economical solutions for joining metal components primarily in the medical device, sensors, aerospace, military, energy, and firearms industries. Joining Technologies has created a corporate culture that rewards innovation and teamwork, and continues to invest in infrastructure, making it the most highly evolved and reliable operation of its kind. For more information, call 1.800.266.1966, email [email protected] or visit


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