Welding with fiber lasers

December 2008
Industrial Laser Solutions;Dec2008, Vol. 23 Issue 12, p4
The article focuses on the materials required in medical products and components in the bio-engineering and bio-analysis in Aachen, Germany. It mentions that highly advanced microsystems with complex welding contours for medical engineering and biotechnological applications make great demands on joining technology. Moreover, the Transmission Welding by Incremental Scanning Technique (TWIST) contour-welding method produces high-quality welding seams at high process speeds.


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