Industrial Laser Trends
We often think of the electrification of the industry as a movement away from fossil fuels to reduce global emissions. But there are other, less obvious implications that are affecting electric motor manufacturers and consumers.
Canadian company Laserax solidifies its presence in the European automotive industry by moving its German office from Bremen to Bad Krozingen.
The advantages brought by hairpin motors are making electric vehicles more competitive not only with previous generations of EVs, but also with combustion engines. They are more efficient, have a higher power density and thermal performance, and are simpler to manufacture.
Laser spot welding is a welding process that uses the power of a laser beam to join two metal surfaces at a single spot. Laser seam welding is when surfaces are welded over a long, continuous surface.
Wire bonding machines are widely used in the aerospace, semiconductor, solar cells, microelectronics, and EV battery industries. In this article, we’ll go over the types of wire bonders, discuss their limitations, and present how laser welding is used to overcome these challenges in the automotive industry.
In metal manufacturing, laser structuring is increasingly used to prepare surfaces for adhesive bonding and thermal spray coating, creating a surface texture that improves adhesion while removing contaminants that could interfere with it.
A wide range of surface processes are used in manufacturing to improve part surfaces. They can add material layers to a surface, remove undesired materials from a surface, reshape a surface, or modify the properties of a surface. In this article, we’ll go over different types of surface processes and technologies to learn which one is good for what application.
Laser ablation machines are increasingly used in the manufacturing and automotive industries. They are a popular option to meet short cycle times, automate processes, reduce operating costs, and add precision to ensure high-quality results.
In the manufacturing industry, engineers are constantly developing solutions made possible by high-power lasers. They are mainly used to mark, clean, texture, weld, and cut materials faster and meet short cycle times in production lines.