Morgan Rushworth Laser Welding Safety Enclosure

The Morgan Rushworth Laser Welding Safety Enclosure is fully modular, and can be used to build your perfect welding environment, whether you need several smaller booths, or one large one. Featuring a safety interlock system, the operator can weld in complete safety without the risk of anyone being exposes to the beam should they open the door. Add-ons include a roof and lighting system, or a CCTV Camera system to allow remote monitoring of the welfare of the operator.

Laser Welding Technology utilises a Class 4 Laser, that can be highly dangerous if used without adequate PPE. As such all Laser Welders should be used in a laser-proof enclosure, where the reflective beam cannot escape the workspace.

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MODEL 3×3 Enclosure (No roof)
Stock Code 820-SCE-KIT3X3
Panel Sizes (Each) mm 1,000 x 2,300
Composition Single skin steel partition panel with box section and angle frame
Safety Interlock Single Safety Interlock Supplied for connection to IPG LightWELD Laser Welder
Access Standard single-hinged door panel with laser-safe vision window (940mm x 2000mm opening)
Panels 10x Standard Panels, 1x Vision Panel (910mm x 320mm laser-safe vision window), 1, Door Panel
Finish Powder coated single skin steel panels
Width mm 3,110
Length mm 3,110
Height mm 2,300


  • A 3m x 3m booth is our standard size and would feature 1 door and a vision panel
  • 1m modular panels
  • Mix and match with solid, laser-safe vision panels or doors.
  • Supplied with a safety interlock system for connecting to an IPG LightWELD System
  • Powder coated, solid steel construction
  • Quick and simple assembly – just bolts together
  • Flexible and re-configurable to suit a dynamic workplace
  • Supplied with a Fuse board, 32A 240V Socket and 2 x 2Gang 13A Sockets
  • Included “Laser On” Bulkhead Light
  • Suitable conduit and connection components for electric works


  • Additional panels / vision panels
  • Enclosed roof system with lighting system
  • CCTV Welfare System
  • Welding Table
  • Welding Table Accessories

With the introduction of Laser Welding, this has led to the need for dedicated safety enclosures in order to provide a safe working environment for both the laser welding operator and other staff members working nearby.

Safety is of the upmost importance with laser welding, the class 4 lasers could blind someone if they’re not wearing suitable PPE, and that’s why the laser welding machines that we supply need to be used in a safety interlock enabled enclosure. This insures that no-one can interact with the laser without appropriate PPE. Our range of modular safety enclosures can be built to suit your exacting requirements. Whether you need to fit the enclosure into a specific location within the workshop, or to accommodate certain size workpieces.

Depending on your situation, a roof is also available for the enclosure, this is required should there be a 2nd story, or mezzanine floor that could allow someone to see into the booth during operation.

A standard configuration of a 3m x 3m enclosure includes a single sliding door and a vision panel featuring laser safe glass to allow other staff to look in. There is safety interlock system which attaches to our LightWELD Laser Welding systems.

The optional roof system includes a lighting set-up as well.

The modular design means you can build a system to suit your needs.

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