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Why can we do by fiber laser welding machine

Date:2019-12-21 17:15 Write:admin Click:

What is fiber laser welding?
To use fiber laser welding machine,this is the process of creating a strong joint between two materials. More often than not this will be two metals, of the same or different nature, although other materials can be welded together too.
The process works by focusing the laser beam onto the material being worked with. The high intensity of the light beam will vapourise and melt the material, allowing for another material to be joined. After time, this will solidify, leaving a strong bond behind.
Why use a fiber laser over other types of laser?
The benefits that we have listed above more-or-less applies to all types of laser welding, but a fiber laser offers additional advantages that these other processes don’t. For a start, a fiber laser offers these advantages in greater quantities. It is generally more powerful than its counterparts, offers better accuracy, and is also more cost-effective as it does not require any servicing, it is what we call ‘fit and forget’ technology.
But, it also offers a new range of benefits too. It is more than adept at working with reflective metals, such as aluminium and copper, something that other laser processes struggle with. This, and the above benefits, have been crucial for industries which are looking to become faster and more efficient, while maintaining quality and safety.
The use of reflective metals has been increasing rapidly in recent years, particularly in batteries for electronics or for the various parts of automobiles. A fiber laser, therefore, has naturally become the go to choice for many industries operating around the world.

What industries is fiber laser welding used in?
You will find this process being used in many industries, including:
Automotive – welding of many parts such as air bag initiators, batteries and fuel injectors
Aerospace – working with a variety of metals is important in this industry, which particularly embraces dissimilar metal welding
Electronics – welding is used in the production of various electronic pieces of equipment such as LEDs, mobile phones, TVs, etc.
Medical high integrity hermetic seals and welding of many delicate pieces of medical equipment and
Semiconductors – small intricate welds are created with often micro sized semiconductor parts
What materials can be welded?
A whole range of materials can be worked with in this process
A whole range of materials can be worked with in this process:
Plastics, including clear plastics
Silicon and
Various metals, including steel, copper, gold, silver and aluminium

What are some of the applications of this process?
Given the numerous benefits that we have listed above, as well as the materials that can be worked with and the industries that it operates in, it’s hardly surprising that this process can be used for many applications.