Industrial Laser Solutions for the Battery Industry
The world is moving away from fossil fuel dependency, causing a rapid rise in the demand for lithium-ion batteries. Laser technology is a pillar in this transition, helping the battery industry improve its cost-effectiveness, production cycle times, and battery performance. As a green technology, lasers also help lower the environmental footprint.
Anyone in the battery industry can benefit from laser technology, whether it’s for electric vehicles, energy storage, or cleantechs. Fiber lasers are used to clean, texture, weld, and mark a wide variety of battery components, such as:
Laser Applications in the Battery Industry
Laser Technology Benefits for the Battery Industry
With their variety of power and optical configurations, lasers can be optimized to meet all types of production requirements. This guarantees you do not reduce your production capacity when adding an extra step in your production line.
Control Quality with a
With its unmatched precision, laser technology is the best way to control the quality of your manufacturing processes. Laserax’s vision expertise allows us to combine our lasers’ high precision with sensor cameras to achieve near perfect repeatability regardless of positioning variations.
Adopt a Green Technology
By replacing polluting technologies with greener ones, laser technology is in line with the goals of the battery industry. Fiber lasers operate without consumables and have a longer operating life than alternatives, reducing waste management and equipment maintenance.
Laserax Solutions for the Battery Industry
From OEM lasers to fully automated turnkey solutions, our laser solutions are customized for your applications. They enable significant manufacturing gains in performance and efficiency.
Our fiber lasers also include scanner technology specifically chosen for electric batteries to prevent overheating. Their unique configuration allows for the system to monitor all optics positioning in the head and shut down the laser source if there is a malfunction.