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How Does Laser Welding Works?

  • Laser welding works by using a focused beam of light to weld metals together. The beam provides a concentrated heat source, allowing for narrow, deep welds and high welding rates.
  • When the beam interacts with the surface of the material, laser beam melts the materials to be joined along the joint.
  • The melts flow into each other, and the solidified melt connects the materials permanently.
  • This feature makes the laser welding ideal for applications where accuracy, cleanliness and permanence are critical to success.
  • With many different types of laser solutions available, laser welding can be performed in many different industries.

Advantages

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Lower Energy Consumption

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No Consumables

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Easy Integration With Production Line

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Welding Dissimilar Metals Together

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Minimal Cleaning Process After Welding

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Direct Welding Of Materials Without A Feed Wire

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Faster Application Higher Resistance

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Minimal Thermal Effect

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Reduction In Operator Error

Types Of Welding

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Butt Welding

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Overlap Welding

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Tee Joint Welding

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Spot Welding

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Lap Joint Welding

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Corner Joint Welding

Comparison Chart

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Comparison Chart

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Fiber Laser

  • Fiber Lasers are used in welding applications effectively by virtue of advanced technology.
  • SPI Fiber Lasers has variMODE, a switchable beam delivery feature which allows users to tailor and optimize the beam characteristics (including spot size and beam profile), specific to their needs.
  • With the higher power (1 kW – 12 kW) and CW (continuous wave) laser beams, it allows for a fast process time.

Disk Laser

  • Trumpf Disk laser has very stable laser beam quality which has similar wavelength with Fiber laser.
  • With the Disk Laser technology, this allows for higher power (2 – 12 kW), with fast and non-problematic application opportunities when thick materials, and those with highly reflective surfaces, are needed to be processed.
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Nd:Yag Laser

  • Lamp pumped laser welding systems are effective in spot welding and seam welding applications due to the high peak powers that can be achieved.
  • Thanks to multiple output feature, it can be used in multiple systems with time-sharing or power-sharing.