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Laser welding is an important process for many industries, offering an efficient and cost-effective solution to enhancing production and speeding up manufacturing lines. Industries have become more fast-paced in recent years, with a greater need for... read more >
Fiber laser welding is one of many laser processes and is used to join various materials together by creating a strong weld between them. While this is most commonly used for metals, it is a process that isn’t only limited to this type of... read more >
The aerospace industry is perhaps one of the most commercially important in the modern age. It has had a profound impact on many other areas of society, including travel, business and the transport of goods and services. Not to mention its role in... read more >
The semiconductor industry has continued to grow from strength to strength in recent years, given the rapid rise of the number of consumer electronics that have emerged in the market.This rise has seen the need for more efficient and... read more >
Fiber laser welding has become an important and widely used process in many industries around the world. From electronics to the aerospace industry, it is a method that has transformed the way in which sectors have been able to develop and... read more >
The electronics industry is one that has rapidly grown in prominence in recent decades. The first electronic device ever invented was back in 1835, but back then the benefits of such devices weren’t truly understood.Since then, the sector has... read more >
It goes without saying that the medical industry is one of the most important in modern society, and one that we have all relied on at some point in our lives. It is a huge industry, and one that encompasses many areas, all of which are... read more >
The electronics industry is a vast industry, encompassing many other sectors within it. Batteries in the battery industry, electric cars in the automotive industry and electronic medical devices from the medical sector all fall under the large... read more >
The first battery was invented many, many years ago, finding its history dating back to 1800, when Italian physicist Alessandro Volta created the first modern day battery. Since that period the battery saw slow growth, simply because there wasn’t... read more >
A common question that we are asked by our customers here at SPI Lasers is “what is dissimilar metal welding?” Given that the term dissimilar suggests that the metals in question are extremely different, one is forgiven for thinking that it must... read more >
Dissimilar metal welding, as compared to traditional laser welding, is the joining of two separate metals which wouldn’t ordinarily weld together as they have differing chemical and mechanical qualities, and are from different alloy systems.... read more >
Fiber Lasers have now matured into exceptionally reliable and stable industrial tools. These Lasers have unique capabilities that ensure a wide range of high quality micromachining processes; of particular interest here is their ability to produce... read more >
Today many companies use Lasers to weld parts together during the manufacturing stage of product design. These companies come from a wide range of industry sectors including medical, automotive and aerospace. There are many reasons why Laser welding... read more >
Laser welding is usually done without filler metals so parts need to have good fit with a gap that's less than 15% of the thickness of the thinnest component. Parts should be relatively clean since welding is very fast with no time to burn-out... read more >
Medium and high-power optical Fiber Lasers operating in the 1um region have proven their capabilities in the cutting and welding of a wide range of metals in industrial materials-processing applications.In this application insight we consider... read more >
A large portion of the thin section Laser welding market is traditionally achieved using flashlamp pumped solid state (FPSS) Nd:YAG Laser technology.
Micro Welding with a Fiber Laser
The many benefits of the Fiber Laser such as near zero... read more >
As the medical industry continues to demand smaller and more intricate components and devices, so the challenge for manufacturing them increases.The performance advantages of Fiber Lasers over conventional technologies in terms of beam quality,... read more >
Fiber Lasers have now matured into exceptionally reliable and stable industrial tools. These Lasers have unique capabilities that enable improvements to a wide range of industrial and manufacturing processes.This application note looks in... read more >
Fiber Lasers have now matured into exceptionally reliable and stable industrial tools. These Lasers have unique capabilities that enable a wide range of high quality micro-machining processes; of interest here is their ability to produce high... read more >
Whilst there has been a noticeable rise in the adoption of alternative energy sources such as wind turbines and solar cells, one technology appears to be the future of power generation – fuel cells.The range of applications for fuel cells is... read more >
As the medical industry continues to demand smaller and more intricate components and devices, so the challenge for manufacturing them increases.Fine wire welding is used in the manufacture of a wide range of medical devices ranging from... read more >
Fiber Lasers are penetrating the precision Laser welding market. Precision welded parts in the medical or computer industry require very high quality but relatively low penetration welds, typically less than 0.1 mm thick.The average power... read more >
Fiber Lasers have matured into exceptionally reliable and stable industrial tools. These industrial Lasers have unique capabilities that enable a wide range of high quality micro-machining processes; of interest here is their ability to produce high... read more >
To fully realise the advantages of industrial Fiber Laser welding the design of products can be changed to reduce weight, dimensions cost and environmental impact. Of course not one single material joining technology can solve every joining... read more >
In many end-user applications, a butt-welding configuration is required (for functional / aesthetic reasons). Although in process terms it requires the lowest heat input, permits the smallest HAZ, and the fastest speed, butt welding places stringent... read more >
Fiber Laser Welding allows for direct joining of silver without soldering or brazing, maintaining the integrity and purity of the base metal alloy. The use of silver, as with other refractory metals, has long been sought after for its aesthetic and... read more >
The Pulse Modulation capability of our low moded CW Fiber Lasers make for a seamless transition from Nd:YAG to Fiber Laser for the most demanding applications.With our 200W Low Mode M2~4 Laser, precision applications from medical devices to... read more >
Our range of redPOWER CW Lasers can be used in a vast array of welding applications. The Single Mode beam quality produces a high quality, repeatable weld with a large process window.This stainless steel lap weld (above picture) used 0.6mm... read more >
Fiber Laser welding has several advantages over conventional techniques including minimal shrinkage & distortion, small Heat Affected Zone (HAZ) and a narrow weld bead.Butt welds are an extremely useful process that with the help of Laser... read more >
This application insight covers the following topics:Maintenance
Fiber delivery to the work piece
What difference does the M2 of the Laser make to a weld?
Depth of fieldFiber Laser Advantages for... read more >