• Used to: Join two similar or certain dissimilar metals together such as high alloyed steel, precious and nonferrous metal, tungsten and molybdenumtantalum, nickel, beryllium aluminum, titanium, etc.
  • Factors: Weld joint design, component part preparation, part fixturing, automation, and pre- or post-welding operations while welding and can produce both spot welds and seam welds.
  • Applications include: Implantable medical devices, electronic systems, sensors and controls, computer and disk drive components, batteries, and more.

Major benefits of laser Welding Systems include

  • High strength welds
  • Highly reliable, controlled and accurate.
  • Ability to weld dissimilar materials and also to weld those areas where other techniques are difficult to reach.
  • Greater Flexibility and Versatility (the same tool can also be used for laser drilling and laser cutting)
  • High process yield
  • Faster throughput.
  • Economical
  • Process-tolerant welding
  • Robot mounting options