Reduced Heat Input
Laser welding uses a concentrated heat source, resulting in less heat input to the stator core compared to traditional welding methods such as resistance welding or arc welding. This reduces the risk of thermal distortion and damage to the core laminations, resulting in a higher quality product.
Improved Joining Strength
Laser welding produces a strong and reliable weld joint with excellent mechanical properties, such as high tensile and shear strength. The narrow and precise weld seam also minimizes stress concentrations, further improving the structural integrity of the stator core.