LASER APPLICATIONS WHICH ARE ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE
EXPLANATION OF THE PROCESS
Lion Lasers has the solution to laser applications which are almost impossible!
By laser welding, the light beam is the medium that melts various parts of materials together. This is possible for materials with a liquid state, like diverse metals and plastics. A small width and relatively deep weld are mostly worked with during laser welding. Whereas with laser cutting the material needs to be removed as quickly as possible, with laser welding the intention is to keep as much material in the weld seam as possible. By welding metals, it is important that no oxidation occurs in or close to the welding. That’s why a serene gas flow will be divided over the melting bath, which will dispel oxygen without blowing away liquid metal. Compared to traditional welding, laser welding is extremely well conditioned and reproducible. With laser welding there are no melting electrodes or other fluctuations present, in comparison with Mig/Mag and TIG-welding processes. The energy is extremely well adjustable so it shoots to the exact spot you are pointing at with the laser beam. With laser welding it is necessary that the two divided parts are locked in place while welding. Some material can shift during the process. In the last couple of years diverse developments had many companies change from traditional welding to laser welding.
Suitable laser systems to carry out this process: