The process of jointing two or more pieces of metal as one is referred to as “Welding”. There are several conventional welding methods viz. MIG welding, TIG welding, ARC welding, spot welding and etc that are still apply by most of the factories.
Today, Laser welding is another addition to the list of welding techniques, which came into being in the early 1960s. Thanks to the extensive research in laser technology that led the scientists to identify this novel usage of laser in the metal welding industry. Instead of direct heat and pressure, a coherent beam of light photons is used to join multiple pieces of metal together as a single unit. The laser welding machines are far smaller but more efficient, powerful and economical than their previous generation counterparts. This approach allows technicians to shape metals into the desired final products which we see and use regularly.
Considering the rising necessities of the laser welding machines we reach out to you with the best ranges of machines that are supportive of combatting any sort of interruptions you may face during the welding procedure.