laser welding / titanium / nickel / steel

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Characteristics

  • Technique:

    laser

  • Material:

    steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, titanium, nickel

  • Applications:

    automotive, medical, for electronics, for the nuclear industry

  • Certifications:

    ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO/TS 16949, OHSAS 18001

Description

Electron beam welding

Electron beam welding (EBW) is a specialist metal joining technique used to create high integrity joints with minimal distortion.



Benefits

Low heat input for the welded parts;
Minimal distortion;
Narrow melt zone (MZ) and narrow heat affected zone (HAZ);
Deep weld penetration from 0.05 mm to 200 mm (0.002” to 8”) in single pass;
High welding speed;
Welding of all metals even with high thermal conductivity;
Welding of metals with dissimilar melting points;
Vacuum process yields in clean and reproducible environment;
Natural welding process for oxygen greedy materials such as titanium, zirconium and niobium;
Machine process guaranteed for reliability and reproducibility of the operating conditions;
Cost-effective welding process for large production in automatic mode; and
Parts can mostly be used in the as welded condition – no sub-machining required.
Application & materials
Aerospace
Jet engine components
Parts of structures
Transmission parts
Sensors
Power generation
Space
Titanium tanks
Sensors
Vacuum systems
Medical
Automotive
Transmission parts
Gears
Parts of turbocharger
Electrical/electronic industries
Parts in copper material
Nuclear
Fuel housing
Parts of structure
Valves
Instrumentations
Research centres
Copper parts
Superconductivity material components
Miscellaneous
All metals even with high thermal conductivity
Steel and stainless steel
Aluminium and alloys
Copper and alloys
Nickel alloys and refractory metals
Titanium and alloys
Zr, Mo, Ta, Hf, W, Nb, etc
Welding of metals with dissimilar melting points
Copper to steel
Copper to nickel alloys
Steel to nickel alloys
Tantalum to tungsten