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...at high speed, jobs routinely done by YAG and CO2 lasers. E-beam processes are 50 to 90% more energy efficient than laser welding and drilling. Side-view cross section of 0.090-in.-deep weld in 316 stainless steel. Weld speed is 6 ipm. Weld width is 0.120 in. A 100% penetration weld through 0.125-in...

...polyethylene, clear. polycarbonate, nylon and natural PET. The underlying material is ideally black, colored. using carbon black, or pigmented to some degree. Welding usually occurs away from the focus of the laser, and the required weld strength. can be tailored by using different beam sizes...

...meniscus lens in our XY cutting head. This lens provides a 0.004 " (100 micron) focused spot with a 0.07 " (1.8 mm) depth of focus. For gas assist, we chose 10 PSI of high-purity CDA (compressed dry air) delivered coaxially with the focused beam. Both black and white sheets of six mil (0.15 mm...

...technologies is the use of manual laser micro-welding systems as an alternative to traditional microscope GTA welding. Laser is an acronym for "Light Amplification by the Stimulated Emission of Radiation." This technology produces a sharply focused beam of hot light that melts a very small area of metal...

...assembly more efficient and reliable. 2900 Dukane Dr., St. Charles, IL 60174. A power supply designed for plasma and tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding provides an affordable alternative to laser or E-beam welding systems. The Plasmafix P &T power supply offers low amperage capabilities to 0.1 for plasma...

...polypropylene, polyethylene, clear. polycarbonate, nylon and natural PET. The underlying material is ideally black, colored. using carbon black, or pigmented to some degree. Welding usually occurs away from the focus of the laser, and the required weld strength. can be tailored by using different beam sizes...

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...means that the degree. of repeatability between workstations is also much higher. For the end-user, this means. W E L D I N G & C U T T I N G S Y S T E M S. setting up and maintaining multiple lines to produce identical high quality components has. never been easier. In general, the choice...

For medical device applications requiring quick turnaround, high strength, low weight, and precision, laser welding is a good choice. How Laser Welding Works. Laser welding is typically a nonfiller welding technique, similar to gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) in some regards and E-beam welding in others...

A LASER MACHINING SYSTEM originally engineered for integration with fiber-delivered lasers for welding has been enhanced with direct beam delivery capabilities. Direct beam delivery, which enables beam focusing to smaller spot sizes than is possible with fiber delivery, expands the applications...

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  • Welding grooving niche manufacturing process 1
    By the further development of the beam producers installations are to adapt different applications it that for the industrial insert of electron beam welding of considerable importance.
  • Practice knowledge welding technique
    Process principle of electron beam welding (after DIN 1910 .
  • Manufacturing process 3
    Through the insert of electron beam welding follow for the structure and the construction of components larger variation possibilities and manufacturing processes often coarsen.
  • Application technology Aluminum
    Conf. on aluminum of Weldments J., Münschen 1992 Gomes-Buco; Louis, B.; Schulze, K.-R.; Singh, S.: Non vacuum- electron beam welding of aluminum carriers in the large series of the automotive construction.