Laser welding for battery manufacturing

Ream, Stan
March 2010
Industrial Laser Solutions;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p12
The article reports on the implications of laser welding for the development of batteries that always include multiple metals in the U.S. It discusses the applications of affordable, high-performance batteries to the automotive industry and electric power and alternative energy businesses. It looks into the significant role of these batteries in reducing the costs of grid expansion. It elaborates the importance of weld joint designs in batteries to the success of battery manufacturing.


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