Whether you need spot welding, in-line welding or 3D welding, our laser welding machines offer versatility and flexibility to meet a wide range of welding applications. They offer fast processing speeds, ensuring high productivity and production capacity. In addition, our machines are designed with user-friendly interfaces and intuitive controls, making them easy to operate and maintain.
Advantages over traditional welding methods:
Accuracy and control: laser welding allows high concentration of energy in a small spot, enabling precise, high-quality welding. It offers the possibility to precisely control and adjust the parameters of the welding process, such as power, speed and focus of the laser beam.
Reduced heat-affected zone: Because the energy is concentrated in a small spot, the heat-affected zone (HAZ) is much smaller compared to conventional welding. This minimises material deformation and reduces the risk of cracking or degradation of material properties in the area around the weld.
Superior weld quality: Laser welding ensures superior weld quality with high mechanical strength and structural integrity. This is due to the fact that welding is performed in a controlled environment, without external contamination, and allows a well-defined interface between the welded parts to be achieved.
Increased productivity: Due to its high speed and precision, laser welding can lead to a significant increase in productivity. The process is fast and efficient, allowing the rapid welding of multiple components in a short time.
Flexibility and versatility: Laser welding technology can be used for a wide variety of materials, including metals, plastics, ceramics and composites. It can also be applied in diverse applications, from industries such as automotive, aeronautics and electronics to the manufacture of medical devices or electronic components.