A laser beam can join metal in different ways – it can join workpieces at the surface or create deep weld seams. It can also be combined with conventional welding processes, and can be used for soldering.
Whether it's ICE high-speed intercity trains, gearbox components in cars and trucks, airbag holders, or pacemakers – weld seams and weld points can be found in many different areas. Lasers offer almost unparalleled versatility in a range of applications, from creating fine weld points of just a millimeter in diameter in an instant, to producing deep-welded seams stretching over several meters. They produce minimal distortion and very slim seam geometries with a large depth to width ratio. Lasers can weld materials with both a high melting temperature and high heat conductivity. As a result of the minimal melt with short, controllable duration, you can also join materials that would otherwise be difficult or even impossible to weld. Filler material is used if required.
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