Easy to operate, this workstation is ideal to support your R&D team, develop your laser welding process, and start making small production batches. Our battery and laser welding experts will guide you and help you speed things—even before the workstation is delivered.
Fully automated or manually loaded, this laser welding machine can be integrated in high volume battery production lines. It can make cell-to-busbar connections for various battery-module and battery-pack designs.
During the development of their new product, this manufacturer used grit blasting to prepare metal surfaces for a coating process. After they changed their part design, grit blasting caused defects and was no longer suitable.
Laser cleaning is a key technology used in the manufacturing of electric vehicle (EV) stators. Parts such as stator connectors and hairpins must be cleaned prior to welding.
Highly precise and powerful, laser technology gives manufacturers a huge increase in productivity, lower operating costs, more consistent results and the advantage of automation when it comes to texturing, cleaning or marking of metal surfaces.
From laser texturing, cleaning to part marking, Laserax offers the right laser technology to scale up fuel cell and bipolar plates production.
Good surface preparation is essential to guarantee good bonding quality. Several surface treatments exist to prepare surfaces. Some of them remove contaminants, some of them modify the roughness level, and others do both, like laser texturing.
Metal smelters and system integrators use our laser marking solutions worldwide to implement traceability in smelting plants, whether they need to produce billets, sows, ingots, bundles, anodes, rods, or slabs.
Stamping plants can implement traceability at the heart of their process where fast markings, permanent identifiers, and industrial grade components are needed. They can also get rid of manual masking and instead, use the laser to remove coatings from precise locations used for welding or assembly.