Switch the Control System to the Cleaning Mode

Before doing cleaning, you need to switch the handheld gun (refer to Handheld Gun Setup for Cleaning for more information) and the control system to the cleaning mode.

  1. Open the system parameters UI.
    In the main UI of the welding mode, click on the System paras button, you’ll see the system parameters UI, shown as below.

    System Parameters UI

  2. Open the authorization UI.
    Click on the Authorization button, you’ll see the authorization UI, shown as below.

    Authorization UI

  3. Open the working type UI.
    Click on the Working type button, you’ll be prompted with a password UI, shown as below.

    Working Type UI

  4. Input ‘666666‘ as password.

  5. Switch to the cleaning mode.
    Click on the Clean-80mm button to switch to the cleaning mode.

    Switch to the Cleaning Mode

  6. Confirm the handheld gun setup.
    Switch the handheld gun to the cleaning mode, refer to Handheld Gun Setup for Cleaning for more information. And then click on the Confirm button.

    Handheld Gun Setup Confirmation

  7. Restart the machine, finish the switching.
    After restarting the machine, the system will prompt you again with the handheld gun setup confirmation UI. The system will complete switching and be in the cleaning mode after clicking on the Confirm button.

The picture below shows the UI of the cleaning mode.

Cleaning UI

You can see the cleaning parameters on the left side, including the laser parameters and the scanning parameters. And you can see the status information of the machine on the top right corner, such as chiller, laser, etc. The button on the bottom right corner are for setting the machine to the READY state to start cleaning.

Refer to the list below for more details.

  • Para number
    The control system provides you a set of predefined cleaning parameters. For convenience, you can just pick one to use according to the workpiece, and then make some adjustments if the cleaning result is not as good as expected.

  • Laser power
    To set the laser power for cleaning.

  • Laser freq
    To set the signal frequency for laser modulation.

  • Laser duty
    To set the signal duty cycle for laser modulation.

  • Scan speed
    To set the sweep speed on the workpiece.

  • Scan length
    To set the sweep width on the workpiece.

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