LASER PLASTIC WELDING

 

6) QUASI-SIMULTANEOUS WELDING

Easy scanning

- Exact laser beam

- Beam guiding by two mirrors

- Collapsible

5) MASK WELDING

Smallest geometries

- Line-shaped laser beam

- Any geometries

- Small & plane structures

3) SIMULTANEOUS WELDING

Welded at once

- Short Process time

- Collapsible

- Suitable for mass production

4) RADIAL WELDING

No rotation

- No clamping device necessary

- High throughput

- Rotation free

2) GLOBO WELDING

Local Pressure

- 2d or 3D-welding

- Welding without clamping device

- Continous welding

- Precise Laser Beam

- Highly Flexible

- Any 2D- welding lines

1) CONTOUR WELDING

Sequentially Welded

Laser Welding Principles

In Laser welding of thermoplastics, transparent plastics and absorbing parts are bonded together. The laser beam penetrates the transparent plastics and is converted to heat in the absorbing plastic.

 

Since both parts are pressed together, heat is conducted from the absorbing to the transparent plastic, allowing both materials to melt and create bond. Internal joining pressure is also generated through the local warming and thermal expansion. The internal and external joining pressures ensure strong welding on both parts.

 

Almost all thermoplastic plastics and thermoplastic elastomers can be welded with laser beam - including ABS, PA, PC, PP, PMMA, PS, PBT as well as fibreglass reinforces plastic types. The achieved weld seam strength remains within the area of basic material strength.

-Contour Welding

-Globo  Welding

-Simutaneous Welding

-Radial Welding

-Mask Welding

-Quasi-Simutaneous Welding

-Roller Welding

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