The letters YAG stand for garnet, aluminium, and yttrium. A typical example of a gas laser welding technique is the CO2 laser, whereas a typical example of a solid-state laser welding technique is the YAG laser welding machine.
Short-wavelength laser oscillation is made possible by the excitation provided by a flash light. With CO2 laser welding machines , the transmission technique is restricted to mirrors, whereas YAG laser welding machines allows for flexible transmission using either mirrors or optical fibres.
Another benefit of the YAG laser welding machine is that the wavelength is up to ten times shorter than that of a CO2 laser and that the base substance absorbs energy quickly.
The Global YAG laser welding machine market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
For large welding spot requirements, use a laser welding equipment. The PB series laser welder uses a pulsed Xenon lamp to produce a laser with a wavelength of 1064 nm by excitation of a Nd: YAG crystal. An exceptional non-contact, long-distance, precision spot welder is created with good beam quality, good laser spot, strong penetration, and fiber transmission.
To meet manufacturing demands, four fiber optic outputs—either time split, energy split, or a combination—can be realized. It is compatible with fully automated manufacturing lines.
The real-time feedback control system removes laser energy instability brought on by grid fluctuations, changes in water temperature, and aging of xenon lamps, greatly enhancing the consistency of welding output.
High aspect ratio, narrow line weld width, little heat-affected zone, zero deformation, and quick welding speed. Smooth and clean weld with or without simple process after welding.
High weld strength, no porosity, removes base metal impurities. Microstructure can be refined after welding. Weld strength is at least equal to or exceeds base metal strength. Tiny laser spot can be precisely placed and easily automated.
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