1000W Fiber Delivered Direct Diode Lasers
Medium-powered fiber-delivered direct diode lasers are primarily employed for heat conduction welding, particularly with thin materials. In heat conduction welding, the laser melts the sheets along the intended joint. The molten material from both sides of the joint fuses together and then cools to form the actual welding seam. This process is akin to spot welding but differs in that it allows the laser beam to move after the molten pool is generated.
Laser heat conduction welding offers several advantages. It enables faster welding and reduces material distortion compared to conventional welding methods. Moreover, it produces smooth and pore-free welding seams, eliminating the need for post-processing or additional finishing work.