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  • 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 Carbon Nanocomposites
    . In the current study, direct diode and Nd:YAG solidstate lasers were used to transmission weld -carbon nanocomposite materials. The experimentation was focused on exploiting the infrared absorbing characteristics of the carbon nanocomposites. Polyetheretherketone (PEEK) based polymer was used
  • Medical Device Link .
    to cut, drill, weld, and mark intricate cutouts and patterns in conductive materials and plastics. Lasag YAG and Diamond CO laser systems ensure positioning accuracy to the nearest 0.00005 in. by checking 10,000 times per second with dual 32-bit microprocessors. Kerf width is possible down to 0.0006
  • Medical Device Link . Advances in Joining Methods
    that should be considered include part geometry, joint design, the types of materials that are being joined, cost, processing time, and operating conditions. Bielomatik Leuze GmbH + Co. (Neuffen, Germany) has developed an Nd:YAG laser system that, according to the company, produces a high weld
  • New "window " of opportunity for e-beam welding
    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

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