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Laser Deposit Welding

High Quality Repair On-Site

Laser repair or processing of molds can be done on site and requires only minimal pre and post-processing, and achieves material qualities matching new condition. The laser welds a hand-guided filler wire onto the workpiece with spot-accuracy and high strength. Surface applications with wire diameters of 0.1 mm to 0.8 mm can be realized. A very local heat-affected zone, rapid heating and cooling, exact control of the beam power energy via pulse shaping – all these factors provide a minimum thermal load on the workpiece. For crack-sensitive material the mold does not need to be pre-heated.

The tilt-adjustable processing optics allows to process even vertical surfaces, narrow geometries or complex areas without rotating or tilting the mold. In many cases, easy past-processing of the weld seam with e. g. a drawing die is sufficient. Experience has shown that a laser deposit welding system pays off short-term, even when only used occasionally. This applies for the manufacturer (who saves complex, expensive and time-consuming transports of damaged molds as well as repair costs caused by external subcontractors) and specialized jobshoppers alike

Welding at Complicated Areas

Welding at Complicated Areas

The tilt-adjustable swivelling optics tilts the laser beam in two levels in various angles and thus achieves vertical surfaces, undercuts, deep grooves etc. without rotating or tilting the workpiece.

 

For this application we recommend: Integral, Tool Open

Surface Deposit Welding

Surface Deposit Welding

Area-FillTM is an automated misalignment that allows any surface deposit welding in a 3-dimensional space.

 

For this application we recommend: Select, Integral

SynchroWeld

SynchroWeld

Permanent distances between the welding spots even within a set curve due to welding spots sequences that are adapted to the process speed of the axes.

 

For this application we recommend: Select, Integral