Ready for hybrid laser welding?

Hansen, Ed
August 2008
Industrial Laser Solutions;Aug2008, Vol. 23 Issue 8, p18
The article looks into the factors that might determine if Hybrid Laser Arc Welding (HLAW) is an efficient process. It relates that HLAW is a high quality instrument to increase throughput, improve product quality, subjugate distortion, reduce labor costs, and produce better products easily. Moreover, enforcing HLAW demands a considerable thought and a real commitment to improving your product and process. Producers of HLAW systems can help examine at the potential benefits and potential impact.


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