Additive Manufacturing

Additive laser manufacturing applications, such as 3D printing and laser deposition, are achieved using a laser beam that creates a melt pool on a metal substrate or other material. The finite part is built layer by layer.

Fiber laser allows precise control of material melting, which leads to high quality final components and efficient manufacturing processes.

One of the advantages of the fiber laser is its high precision.  These lasers have a very thin beam, allowing for parts manufacturing with very precise details.  This method also proves to be efficient for several other reasons:

  • Precise control of the melting temperature, crucial for ensuring optimal mechanical properties of the final parts.
  • One of the often-mentioned advantages about fiber lasers is their versatility.  They can work with different materials, such as metals, polymers, and composites.
  • With a more concentrated and controlled heat, fiber lasers can reduce the thermal distortion of parts and can also produce a more restricted melting zone, reducing the part’s deformation during manufacturing.

In terms of productivity, fiber lasers can easily improve your processes, another significant advantage. Its qualities make the fiber laser an indispensable tool for additive manufacturing, for innovative applications and high-quality products for various industrial sectors.


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