Basics & Processes

Dive into the fundamental principles of welding and various common welding methods such as MIG, TIG, and stick welding.

Welding Wire 101: Functions, Types, and Features

The Role of Welding Wires Welding wires are the primary welding materials used in submerged arc welding, gas shielded welding, electroslag welding, and gas welding. They are mainly used for filling metal or for conducting welding current. Additionally, at times, alloying elements are transitioned to the weld seam through the welding wire. For self-shielded flux-cored […]

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Key Characteristics of Laser Welding in Modern Metalworking

Main Characteristics of Laser Welding Laser welding is an efficient and precise welding method that utilizes a high-energy-density laser beam as a heat source. When employing laser welding, not only is the production rate higher than traditional welding methods, but the welding quality is also significantly improved. In comparison to general welding methods, laser welding

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Laser Welding Process: A Comprehensive Guide

The laser welding process includes laser heat conduction welding, laser deep fusion welding, laser welding with filler material, laser spot welding, pulsed laser welding, laser brazing, and laser-arc hybrid welding. Based on the different ways of laser output energy, laser welding can be divided into pulsed laser welding and continuous laser welding (including high-frequency pulsed

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Essential Factors for Laser Generation

Essential Factors for Laser Generation

Laser working material (or medium), resonator cavity (or laser cavity), and pump source (or excitation source) are the three essential elements for generating a laser. Laser Working Material Different types of lasers have different working materials, typically including the following: (1) Solid-state lasers The working materials are chromium-doped ruby, neodymium-doped yttrium aluminum garnet (YAG), and

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