The major difference between laser welding and more traditional methods of welding is the laser’s ability to produce the energy required for melting metal within a fraction of a second (1/1000).
Due to this extremely short time, there is minimal heat introduced into the work piece.
As the laser only pulses from 0.5 up to 20 times per second, this means there is a significant amount of “off time” compared to the laser pulse, helping to keep heat to a minimum, which in turn vastly reduces any chance of stress being introduced into even the most delicate of components.
The benefits of our mobile laser welding services were quickly realised by our clients; benefits such as less downtime due to onsite repairs, high accuracy, quicker reinstatement of production lines, seams are slim and flat, and their surface oxide-free, significant cost savings, minimal to zero mould distortion.
WE GUARANTEE EXCELLENT SERVICES WITH MINIMAL LEAD TIME
FINE LASER CUTTING SERVICES
UNIT 6/19, Vernon St, Papakura North, Auckland 2110, New Zealand