Laser Processing Robot Integrated System Solution (LAPRISS)

LAPRISS uses Panasonic servo control technology to control a laser trepanning head to generate several welding pattern and beam functions. This technological advantage makes the laser head extremely compact and light weight with a payload weight of only 4.5kg.

An advantage of this low weight is to allow the laser head to be mounted to the high speed compact Panasonic TM series of robots.

The result is a complete system with unique compactness and a seamless interface between the process and automation components.

The 4kW Direct Diode Laser offers high energy density for low heat input welding with lower running costs than traditional YAG laser systems.

All components are controlled by the same teach pendant with easy programming using laser navigation software.


The Trepanning Laser Head can produce weld patterns without robot movement.


Trepanning 1     Trepanning 2     Trepanning 3



Welding with the laser spinning process from Panasonic allows you to reduce cycle times, prevent undercut at high penetration depths as well as achieve very good gap bridging and very low thermal distortion.



New joint configurations can be used to replace arc welding



The achievable penetration with laser welding in combination with Panasonics innovative laser spinning process allows a blind double fillet weld with full penetration in a single pass.


The concentrated heat input prevents unnecessary heating of the surrounding material and thus reduces overall heat input and thermal distortion.


The concentrated heat input in combination with the innovative laser spinning process allows an optimum, consistent welding quality and gap bridging for thin plates.


This incredible technology coupled with the extensive laser welding cell and fixture experience at ICS makes us the ideal partner to introduce the benefits of laser welding to your products and processes.