Fiber Lasers for Plastic Welding | MECCO

MECCOweld Fiber Laser System

Models: 200W, 300W

MECCOweld Fiber Laser System

Weld Your Plastic Parts with Fiber Lasers

Are you struggling with vibration welding, ultrasonic joining, or hot plate welding and looking for a cleaner, faster, more cost effective welding method for your plastic parts?

Stay competitive by using the most advanced technology: fiber lasers that provide superior results.  As a leader in cutting-edge laser technologies, MECCO has been using our extensive applications experience to expertly laser weld millions of parts in various industries.  Over the past five years, we've developed laser welding systems that have proven to be cleaner, faster, and more cost effective.  Shear testing results have shown laser weld strengths that rival even that of a solid piece of plastic.

Technical Specifications

MECCO’s technical specifications for the MECCOweld Fiber Laser system clearly define the equipment components.



Laser Type

Fiber, Ytterbium doped

Output Power

200W or 300W (For 50W/100W specs, refer to this page)

Power Requirements

110/220 VAC, 10A, 50/60Hz


1064 nm



Operation Mode

Continuous Wave


Air/Water: Water Cooled Scan Head and Air Cooled Mirrors

Scanning Method

XY galvanometer

Cable Length

3 meters

Laser Rail Dimensions

26.77" x 5.5" 17.75"

Controller Dimensions

19.486" x 5.250" 17.275"


3.5 μm across field


LEC Industrial computer based controller


Ethernet TCP/IP, EtherNet/IP™, PROFINET, Modbus TCP, RS232


2 Years

Features of Fiber Laser Plastic Welding Systems

  • Hermetic seals possible
  • Fast process
  • No contact with heated tools
  • No vibration
  • Precise placement
  • No surface damage
  • Complex 3D shapes possible
  • Little or no flash
  • Ability to join dissimilar materials
  • Good quality control
  • Less material needed than that for friction welding methods

Potential Materials

Any thermoplastic is a candidate for laser welding to itself.

For Transmission Welding:

  • Must have one transparent part and one opaque part (using darkening additives or natural absorption from its structure and color)
  • Example: Carbon black
For Dissimilar Thermoplastics:
  • Melting temperatures should have a 50°C overlap range
  • Allows for melting phase (between solid and decomposition phases) to be compatible

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