Laser welding provides high speed, low heat input fusion welding for thermally sensitive or magnetic enclosed parts. The precise control, high energy density of a laser allows us to provide weld penetration as low as .010″ up to .225″ depth in a wide variety of similar and dissimilar materials. Since it is a fusion weld, neither fluxes, fillers, nor contaminates are introduced into the weld zone.

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Some advantages of laser welding include; small width-to-root ratio, low heat input, minimal distortion, a higher rate of speed compared to conventional welding, and no fillers or fluxes.   A magnetic field does not affect beam.

Laser Welding Materials – Includes but not restricted to:

* Stainless Steel
* Low Carbon Steel
* Titanium
* Dissimilar Metals