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A laser welding machine uses the latest in laser technology to bring fast and accurate welding processes to the production line. If the accuracy at high speed, with consistent quality, is what is required, these laser welding systems are what is needed.
Laser welding equipment gives fast and accurate welding results
A laser welder is usually required where rapid speeds of welding are required. Accuracy is key and even the most intricate of welding surfaces can be negotiated with ease. Because a laser is able to concentrate energy, and thus heat, to such an accurate and contained degree, the amount of thermal distortion produced is kept to a minimum. The applications that these cover a range of industries. Medical instrumentation, jewellery, electrical construction and even the automobile construction area all make use of a high-quality laser welding system.
The various laser welding machine methods available
Depending on the application, there are two methods of laser welding. First is heat conductive welding. The surface of the materials to be welded are melted by a concentration of heat on the material surface. This is the most common technique used when laser welding aluminum. The alternative method of welding technique is called deep penetration welding. This method drives the laser beam focus under the surface of the material to be welded, up to a current maximum of 25mm. The laser uses its heat concentration to create a vacuum filled capillary inside the material which is then compressed with the conjoining material, forming a tight bond.
Buying laser welding machine and what to watch out for
There are many types of laser welding machines for sale and they will all be capable of expert welding in different scenarios. If you are looking to purchase used laser welding machine, be wary that the components in these machines are highly dangerous and checks should be carried out to ensure the machines are operating correctly. Because each laser welding system has a different method and therefore application, it is important that you select a product that will suit your specific production needs.
Important manufacturers of laser welding equipment
TRUMPF are a leading manufacturer of laser welders, they offer a selection of high quality and guaranteed used machines. Purchasing from a well-established retailer like this is probably the best way to ensure a safe and long lasting piece of machinery is acquired. Some of the other important manufacturers include, but are not limited to LaserStar, ORLaser, CMF, Carrs, Aerotech, Cranfield, JKLAsers and TWI Global.