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complex shapes: cylinders, spheres, array, stepped surfaces, or tilted planes, curved surfaces, and large fields and small spots. Industries include: jewelry, manifolds, castings, injection molding, and plastic and metal welding .
the plant in Berlin will be enlarged in the near future. Some of the possible applications are industrial applications such as metal cutting and metal welding . More information is available on: www.jenoptik.com/photonics-west .
aluminum, copper, titanium, nickel, etc. FIGURE 2. Mixed metal welding : Cu-Al, Ni-Al, Ni-Ti-Ni. These metals may be ..... solidification defects that would ordinarily occur in mixed metal welding . One of the most notorious, crack prone, weld metal combinations
et al.: Innovative Hot-Stamped Laser-Welded Blank Solutions for Weight Savings and Improved Crashworthiness. Sheet Metal Welding Conference XIII, May 14-16, 2008, Livonia, United States  Pic, A.; Duque Munera, D.; Cretteur, L.; Schmit
clamping device. The system can also be used for inscribing, plastic welding, microstructuring, remote laser cutting and metal welding . For additional information contact Dr.-Ing. Jens Holtkamp at Fraunhofer ILT, firstname.lastname@example.org
speeds, with only minimal post processing required (see FIGURE 1). Another key process for the jewelry market is precious metal welding , particularly for gold chains. Laser welding produces strong joints, without the need for any filler material, which
to larger gap tolerance with higher wire feeding speed because welding speed depends on the laser power that melts sheet metal . Welding quality Tensile strength of new hotwire laser welding was compared with laser welding ( FIGURE 18 ). The tensile strength
et al.: Innovative Hot-Stamped Laser-Welded Blank Solutions for Weight Savings and Improved Crashworthiness. Sheet Metal Welding Conference XIII, May 14-16, 2008, Livonia, United States Pic, A.; Duque Munera, D.; Cretteur, L.; Schmit
works with laser processing, including high-speed drilling of thin metals (0.2 to 0.3 mm stainless or nickel), metal welding , and plastic welding. At SALA (April 13 to 14), Dr. Panstar will describe applications developed at Cencorp and Fraunhofer
costly raw materials can be reduced, and the use of fuel can be significantly lowered. Also, the welding speed of gas- metal welding (GMAW) can be doubled using laser technology. This means that laser research at the LZH is a contributing factor to energy