- Time of issue:2020-11-11
Laser welding is a high-precision laser welding method that uses a laser beam with high energy density as a heat source. It has the advantages of fast welding speed, high strength, narrow welding, small thermal effect, and small deformation of the workpiece.
The laser beam is easy to focus, align and guide optical equipment. First, it can be placed at an appropriate distance from the workpiece and redirected between tools or obstacles around the workpiece. Due to the above space constraints, other welding methods cannot be used. Second, the workpiece can be placed in a closed space (controlled vacuum or internal gas environment). The laser beam can be focused on a smaller area and welded to smaller closely spaced parts. Using a variety of weldable materials, a variety of different materials can be bonded together. In addition, high-speed welding automation is easy and can be controlled digitally or through a computer.
2.For what purpose do you usually use laser welding?
Laser welding is becoming more and more common in our lives, and more and more industries are using laser welding. Automobiles, batteries, household appliances, sensors, hardware, optical communications, solar collectors, plastics, etc.