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What industries are laser welding machines widely used in

Addtime:2021-12-08 Browse times:823

With the emergence of laser welding machine, we have more choices when purchasing welding machine, but at the same time, it also causes more problems. For the laser welding machine, everyone may stay in the old welding process, so that when purchasing the welding machine, they always linger between the old welding machine and the laser welding machine, and don't know how to choose.
The reason why people are so hesitant is that they don't know enough about laser welding machines. For laser welding machine, many people will ask "what is laser welding machine? What products can laser welding machine weld? What are the problems of laser welding machine in the application industry" and so on.
Laser welding uses high-energy laser pulses to locally heat raw materials in a small range. The energy of laser radiation can be diffused into the raw material through heat conduction to melt the raw material and form a specific molten pool. It is a new welding method, which is mainly used in the welding of thin-walled raw materials and precision parts. It can realize spot welding, butt welding, overlap welding, seal welding, etc. it has the characteristics of high aspect ratio, small welding gap width, small heat affected zone, small deformation, fast welding speed, flat and beautiful welding gap, no need for handling or simple handling after welding, high welding gap quality, accurate control, high positioning accuracy, and easy to realize automation.
Laser welding machine is also often called laser welding machine, energy negative feedback laser welding machine, laser welding machine, laser welding machine, laser cold welding machine, laser argon welding machine, laser welding equipment, etc. With the rapid development of science and technology, traditional welding methods have long been unable to meet the special requirements of more industrial technologies for raw materials. Laser welding machines are widely used in mobile communication, electronic components, glasses, clocks, jewelry, hardware products, precision instruments, auto parts, craft gifts and other industries because of their low bonding strength and wide heat resistance.