Laser welding enables – thanks to a tight control of the heating and cooling phases – to weld challenging metals such as Nitinol, crack-sensitive Stainless Steel, Titanium and Copper.
In addition a combination of heterogeneous metals can be welded either with or without filler material.
Several methods of laser welding; pulsed, continuous wave, key hole welding and conduction welding exist in order to obtain the optimal result for each specific application.
Welding depth (mm): up to 2 mm (depending on material)
Maximal gap : 50 μm
We weld sophisticated alloys (Copper, Aluminum, Titanium alloys, high alloy Steels, Nickel-based superalloys). We are specialised in repair welding, for instance repair of turbine blades or molds.
Welding of sensors
The welded sensors are made of a combination of cracks sensitive stainless steels. the final goal of this welding application is to make the sensor totally hermetic and resistant under high pressure conditions as some sensors can be implemented under several hundreds meters of water.
Glass embeded systems like transponder or medical implants require very reliable and stable welding. Using a Laser enables the cutting, chamfering and closure of the tube in one operation.