Marking and Laser Engraving on Steel: processes, advantages and sources
Laser marking and engraving can be done on all metals: steel, stainless steel, iron, copper, aluminum, gold, silver, platinum, palladium, among others. The processes that can be carried out range from deep engraving to annealing marking or surface blackening.
From Keychains to Pens: marking and engraving Accessories with the Lase
Laser marking is a process in which the beam is used to engrave, remove or discolour the material on which it is directed.
Why are UV lasers used: applications, characteristics and types
An important type of laser source used in many areas and on various materials is the Ultraviolet (UV) Laser.
How 3D laser cutting and engraving works
3D is one of the most important innovations in the field of laser processing and is used in particular in the cutting of various materials and objects such as sheets and tubes, but also to create precise and aesthetically valuable engravings on metals, crystal or plexiglass.
Laser Welding of Steel and Metals: advantages and operation
Laser welding is a technique in which a laser beam is used to join different metal elements. The laser source generates enough heat to join metals together and this process is used in various fields, including the following sectors: automotive, tools, appliances, aerospace, naval, goldsmith, etc.
Types of Laser Welding: from induction welding to keyhole
Depending on the intensity of the laser and the depth of the weld, some main types of laser welding can be distinguished:
- induction welding or heat conduction,
- transition welding,
- deep or keyhole welding,
- furthermore, laser welding can be continuous or spot welding.
Let's see in detail the description of these different types of laser welding.