Laser Welding Applications Broadening Possibilities
Laser Marking, Laser Welding, Pharmaceutical Industry

Laser Welding Applications Broadening Possibilities

The utilization of the lasers for welding has proved its worth since the last 35 years in the selected applications. In spite of being high in the capital cost, the precise, highly intense heat source makes the laser as a perfect choice around the tight tolerances, close fit-ups, and thin materials. Lasers produce less distortion comparatively, on a few applications…

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Laser Marking In Fibre
Laser Marking

Laser Marking In Fibre

Laser marking is nothing different than burning the leaves with a magnifying glass. We burn the leaves with magnifying glass simply by placing a lens over the leaf at the focal point of the lens; here the lens collects the sunlight. The collected sunlight then focuses on the leaf and concentrate the sunlight on the small spot of the leaf.…

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Laser Marking

Laser marking for automotive industry designs

Laser marking is a process that is performed on workpieces and materials to mark and label them with a laser beam. In context to this, different processes are distinguished named as engraving, removing, staining, annealing and foaming. The laser virtually marks various materials including plastics and metals with high contrast and without the addition of any unwanted substances. Mostly, the…

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Laser Micrometer
Laser Micrometer

Laser Micrometer

A Laser micrometer is a kind of tool that is used for inspection or calibration that stereotypically stays on a workbench and calculates length whose accuracy and precision is measured in microinches or submicron. The most widely used laser micrometer is the Labmaster Universal Model 175. This model can measure any manufactured precision part such as gauge, pins, plugs, rings…

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