Laser technology is a pillar for battery manufacturing. It can be used to clean, texture, mark, and weld battery components.
Laser marking can be used to engrave serial numbers, text, and logos on sand molds used for metal casting. This process is known as sand marking.
This guide provides a step-by-step approach to choosing a laser cleaning machine. It will help you understand which type of machine and laser options fit your needs.
The Battery Cleaning Machine is a complete solution for battery-module-related applications running on conveyors. You can use it to clean, texture and mark battery componentsin a single operation.
When it comes to making interconnections in the battery module, laser welding is faster than traditional wire bonding methods. With laser technology, the busbar can be welded directly to the cells instead of connected via wires, diminishing by half the number of welds in the module.
Laser texturing significantly improves the bond strength compared to mechanical surface preparation techniques. It can also generate a roughness that increases the effective surface area of metal surfaces to improve thermal transfer.
There are hundreds of battery cells, modules, and other parts in the battery pack that need to be identified for traceability. Laser marking is an outstanding method to create permanent identifiers at a high speed.
Laser cleaning is extremely useful for battery parts that require surface preparation. It improves bonding performance, electrical contact, and welding quality.
Meridian is a leader in magnesium die castings. With manufacturing facilities at key locations in Canada, the USA, the UK, Germany, China, and Mexico, they provide automotive OEMs all around the world with lightweight die castings.
Our client is specialized in seating solutions for the automotive industry. Their seat rails—as part of critical safety components—are e-coated to prevent corrosion and maintain the seat’s structural integrity. In the fabrication of these parts, there must be no traces of e-coating near the welding joints.