Benefits of Laser Welding Technology
Here’s How it Works
LASER is an acronym for “Light Amplification by the Stimulated
Emission of Radiation” which produces a sharp, focused light beam that melts a very small area of metal. The benefit of this technology is that very little heat is generated at the weld point, allowing users to easily weld 0,05mm (.002”) away from the most complicated and intricate component parts without damaging heat sensitive materials.
Operators hold parts in their hands while viewing the application through a stereo-microscope in the welding chamber. An internal cross-hair allows the operator to easily align and weld the parts at the correct location.
The Power of Hot Light
LaserStar Technologies’ development of the “free-moving” concept enable users to eliminate costly fixturing devices, benefit from pin-point accuracy, increase the range of assembly and repair applications and minimize the potential hazards of heat damage. The resulting weld is considerably stronger than a traditional solder joint.
Manual Laser Welding Systems are ideal for the smallest workshop to large industrial manufacturers. Common industry applications include:
• micro industrial-medical device spot and seam welding assemblies
• electronically compatible voltage sensitive applications
• jewelry design, production and repair
• dental laboratory partial, crown & bridge, and implant fabrication and repair
• optical eyewear fabrication and repair