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  • Advances in Laser Welding Systems (.pdf)
    The challenges of many medical device manufacturing applications are pushing the need for more sophisticated metals-joining technologies. In response to these requirements, pulsed Nd:YAG laser welding as become an important enabling technology, as single-use medical devices become smaller
  • Laser Welding of Plastics (.pdf)
    :YAG or direct diode, depending on the type of welding application and materials. The weld joint created using the laser is a lap geometry, one that naturally reflects many plastic joint designs. The welding concept revolves around the top material being transparent to the laser, while the underlying
  • Laser Welding Plastics Using a Fiber Laser
    . are: Contour Welding, Mask Welding,. • Arbitrary 2D joining line. Simultaneous Welding, Quasi-simultaneous. • Ideal for frequent. Welding, Globo Welding, and Radial Welding. changes of component. • Laser beam focused to a. Introduction. spot. Mobile Phone Screen. • Can be done with a Diode Laser,. Nd:YAG
  • Fiber Laser Welding of Clear Plastics
    joint. The absorbing. component of the joint usually contains carbon. which is of course a very efficient absorber of IR. Introduction. radiation. Although laser welding of plastics was initially. attempted using solid state Nd:YAG lasers, these. The Clearweld™ plastics welding technique. lasers
  • Laser Welding Creates Potential for Small Parts Applications
    or visible light (usually with the use of Nd-YAG lasers or frequency-doubled "green " lasers for reflective metals) which is delivered through an optical fiber and focusing lens onto the workpiece. Welding is the process that occurs when laser radiation is absorbed by the workpiece and turned
  • Laser Welding Carbon Nanocomposites
    . �� Transmission Welding of Carbon Nanocomposites with Direct-Diode. and Nd:YAG Solid State Lasers. Larry Dosser*, Ken Hix*, Kevin Hartke*, Rich Vaia**, Mingwei Li***. * Mound Laser & Photonics Center, Inc., 720 Mound Ave., Miamisburg, OH 45342;. ** Air-Force Research Laboratory, Wright Patterson Air
  • Laser Welding Tightly-Wound Coils (.pdf)
    an alternative to conventional plastics. joining technologies, such as gluing, ultrasonic, vibration or element heating technology. by offering flexible seam contouring, minimal heat input and consistent weld quality. The laser source can be either Nd:YAG or direct diode, depending on the type
  • Fiber Laser Welding of 100µm Thick Stainless Steel
    Since the start of the laser industry high power CO2 lasers have been used for welding sheet steel and a great deal of information is available on this subject. However, welding very thin steel sheets is a very challenging application as a much greater degree of control is required to avoid over

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