…follow the direction of the weld seam, which might vary substantially on a contoured or shaped part. This greatly simplifies its implementation.
Keyhole welding can be performed successfully in this application with the FL-ARM laser. The result is a strong weld absent of
…back reflections, and allow
reliable welding of brass, aluminum and copper without any concern for damaging the
Of course, the fiber laser is just one part of the entire welding system, which also includes
a beam focusing welding head, as well as control electronics. In…
…advance in fiber laser processing by enabling unprecedented solutions for laser welding, such as zero-gap welding of zinc coated steel and spatter-reduced welding of metals, to name a few. Improve fiber laser weld quality and yield with CleanWeld Coherent CleanWeld is our unique combination of…
…Integral series of manual welding systems; the Exact and
MPS series of modular and highly configurable laser processing systems; the EasyMark, EasyJewel,
LabelMarker Advanced and Combiline laser marking systems; the META laser cutting tools; and the
PWS mini welding system.
…in fiber laser
welding are most likely to come from a better understanding, and control, of the factors which
influence exactly how laser energy is applied to the workpiece. The CleanWeld effort at
Coherent has already proven that dramatic improvements in weld seam geometry, spatter,…
welding system based on a fiber laser that
was developed by Dutch special purpose
machine manufacturer Rodomach Speciaalmachines BV (Figure 2).
Previously, this Russian radiator manufacturer utilized the traditional tungsten
inert gas (TIG) arc welding method by…
…to cut, drill, and weld on a microscopic scale, but it may not be economical. This could be the case even though Potomac Photonics concentrates on medical devices, aerospace, and biotech -- areas where components tend to be of high value and it's critical to meet exacting specifications with…
…FRANK GÄBLER Cladding is a well-established process for improving the wear and corrosion resistance of metal parts. While traditional arc welding and laser-based methods are economically viable processes that deliver excellent results, there is a risk of carbide grain formation during…
exactly the opposite. This allows the CO laser
light to penetrate through the PET and deposit
most of its heat at the PE/PE interface (see
Figure 4) where melting is desired. The result
is that the CO laser produces a mechanically
strong weld, with a smaller…
…donut profile (very little to no power in the
beam center). In fact, there are many material-processing related applications such as cutting, welding, drilling,
marking, cladding and ablating which require a certain intensity profile and beam contour for the process to work
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