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CoherentLaserCladding March2014.pdf

CoherentLaserCladding March2014.pdf

…most desirable features of laser cladding (see figures 2, 3, 4). LASER HEAD POwDER SPRAy NOzzLE CLAD AREA LINE bEAm DIRECTION Of bEAm TRAvEL POwDER HIGH POwER DIODE LASER POwDER CLADDING Figure 1. Typical processing geometry for high power diode laser powder cladding. Either the part or the beam can…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Powder Line beam Direction of beam travel Clad area Powder spray nozzle Laser head January 2015 www.laserfocusworld.com Laser Focus World78 HIGH-POWER LASER-DIODE ARRAYS continued problems are that the coating is not metallurgically bonded to the surface, which limits its long-term wear resistance,…

HighLight-D-Series-Data-Sheet.pdf

HighLight-D-Series-Data-Sheet.pdf

…laser head with easily interchangeable beam shape options · Mobile control panel, remote diagnostics, aiming beam and pyrometer process control options · >45% wallplug efficient · Cladding nozzle · Heat treating accessories HighLight D-Series Applications: · High Deposition Rate Cladding ·…

CoherentLaserCladding March2014.pdf

CoherentLaserCladding March2014.pdf

…most desirable features of laser cladding (see figures 2, 3, 4). LASER HEAD POwDER SPRAy NOzzLE CLAD AREA LINE bEAm DIRECTION Of bEAm TRAvEL POwDER HIGH POwER DIODE LASER POwDER CLADDING Figure 1. Typical processing geometry for high power diode laser powder cladding. Either the part or the beam can…

Coherent, Inc. Global laser solutions provider for materials processing and scientific markets

Coherent, Inc. Global laser solutions provider for materials processing and scientific markets

…of the HighLight D-Series’ compact laser head enables a wide range of output beam size options that won’t restrict application deployment. Datasheet HighLight DD Series Applications Application Process Material Materials Processing Heat Treating Cladding Welding Carbon Steels Cast Irons Stainless…

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…Data Sheet Highlight FL Series HighLight DD-Series 5 kW and 10 kW Direct-Diode laser power with flexible beam shape, ideal for heat treating and cladding applications. Data Sheet HighLight DD Series Monaco The Monaco diode-pumped femtosecond industrial laser provides a 80 µJ/pulse at 500 kHz to…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Powder Line beam Direction of beam travel Clad area Powder spray nozzle Laser head January 2015 www.laserfocusworld.com Laser Focus World78 HIGH-POWER LASER-DIODE ARRAYS continued problems are that the coating is not metallurgically bonded to the surface, which limits its long-term wear resistance,…

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Laser Focus World - January 2015

Powder Line beam Direction of beam travel Clad area Powder spray nozzle Laser head January 2015 www.laserfocusworld.com Laser Focus World78 HIGH-POWER LASER-DIODE ARRAYS continued problems are that the coating is not metallurgically bonded to the surface, which limits its long-term wear resistance,…

CoherentLaserCladding March2014.pdf

CoherentLaserCladding March2014.pdf

…most desirable features of laser cladding (see figures 2, 3, 4). LASER HEAD POwDER SPRAy NOzzLE CLAD AREA LINE bEAm DIRECTION Of bEAm TRAvEL POwDER HIGH POwER DIODE LASER POwDER CLADDING Figure 1. Typical processing geometry for high power diode laser powder cladding. Either the part or the beam can…

Industrial Photonics - January 2014

Industrial Photonics - January 2014

…melted by the arc, forming the clad layer. The result is a true metallurgically bonded clad layer. But significant mixing of the substrate and clad materials, called dilution, can occur, which affects the final properties of the surface layer, requiring thicker cladding. And the intense heating can…

Industrial Photonics - January 2014

Industrial Photonics - January 2014

…melted by the arc, forming the clad layer. The result is a true metallurgically bonded clad layer. But significant mixing of the substrate and clad materials, called dilution, can occur, which affects the final properties of the surface layer, requiring thicker cladding. And the intense heating can…

Industrial Photonics - January 2014

Industrial Photonics - January 2014

…melted by the arc, forming the clad layer. The result is a true metallurgically bonded clad layer. But significant mixing of the substrate and clad materials, called dilution, can occur, which affects the final properties of the surface layer, requiring thicker cladding. And the intense heating can…

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