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 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.