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Laser Beam Welding

Laser beam welding (LBW) is a welding technique used to join multiple pieces of metal through the use of a laser.

The beam provides a concentrated heat source, allowing for narrow, deep welds and high welding rates. LBW has high power density (in the order of 1 MW/cm2) resulting in small heat-affected zones, high heating and cooling rates and small deformations.

Application fields : Automotive industry, siderurgy, electrical goods, medical components,…
 

 

Continuous YAG Laser

The continuous laser welding is used for applications where high productivity is crucial (siderurgy, automotive industry).

The beam is delivered without interruption and the YAG technology using optic fibers allows the use of a multi-axis robot. 

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Pulse YAG Laser

The pulse YAG lasers have lower power output which is delivered by pulses and with a high precision.

They are used for small pieces where control of the penetration is important.

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Fiber Laser

A welding technology well-adapted for welding and cutting at high precision. The gain medium is the optical fiber itself and the beam quality is exceptional.

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Continuous LASER characteristics

LASER Cell characteristics

All the machines characteristics are available on the Documents page of our web site.

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