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The usage of batteries has rapidly increased in recent years with new portable electrical and energy storage devices, as well as electric cars. This increased use of batteries in everyday life needs an increased level of efficiency, which is what fiber lasers provide, particularly as they can weld dissimilar metals. With battery usage only likely to increase, reliable and robust lasers are needed to support this.
SPI Laser’s single mode redPOWER Fiber Lasers are able to produce the results that battery manufactures look for the most in their products, particularly high beam quality and brightness, as well as their ability to achieve defect free joins at high speeds.
The manufacture of Lithium-ion batteries is a highly technical process in which cathodes and anodes are manufactured from thin metallic foils that are coated with active materials. Cathode materials are typically thin aluminum foil in the... read more >
Lithium ion batteries can be found everywhere from phones and laptops to electric cars. The automotive industry is set to increase it’s demand for these batteries drastically in years to come. This means the manufacturing process will need to... read more >
With the rise of smartphones, laptops, and electrical cars, we have become an increasingly electronic society. This, in turn, has led to an increase in battery usage and this is only likely to increase over the coming years.With this increased... read more >
We all know how important it is to be eco-friendly, which is why more of us are taking action and opting for electric vehicles. These cars are powered by lithium ion batteries which are smaller and lighter than traditional vehicle batteries.... read more >
Batteries require careful assembly to create a safe, convenient and powerful device. Most consumer batteries use crimped metal seals with a polymer sealant for their packaging. However, when the cell's chemistry changes or more components must be... read more >