Connecting technologies

Laser processing

Laser welding

Laser welding is a fusion welding process in which, generally, no additional materials are added. Laser welding produces a homogeneous structure. Laser-welded joints are therefore mechanically much more resilient than solder joints, for example. Even high requirements such as gas-tight welding can be easily achieved with a suitable design of the workpiece.

Our laser can also be used to produce the smallest bores and cutouts.

  • Washing needle, three times laser welded



Brazing with silver solder is carried out using a special induction heater. This process is used when the joints are located in hard-to-reach areas.

Soft soldering

Soft soldering is used for the connection of electrical components, e.g. tinning of cable connections, etc.


A large number of different adhesives and composites are available for bonding.

Bonding is used when different materials have to be bonded together, electrically insulated or sealed.