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What Is Handheld Fiber Laser Welding Machine?

The handheld fiber laser welding machine is a new generation of laser welding equipment, which belongs to non-contact welding. The operation process does not require pressurization. Its working principle is to directly irradiate the laser beam with high energy intensity on the surface of the material. Through the interaction between the laser and the material, the material is melted inside, and then cooled and crystallized to form a weld.


The handheld fiber laser welding machine fills the gap of hand-held welding in the laser equipment industry, subverting the traditional working mode of the laser welding machine. The hand-held laser welding machine replaces the fixed optical path before, which is flexible, convenient and has a long welding distance, making it possible to operate the laser welding outdoors.

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Handheld fiber laser welding machine is mainly aimed at laser welding of long distance and large workpieces to overcome the limitations of the travel space of the workbench. When welding, the heat affected area is small, which will not lead to work deformation, blackening, and traces on the back. Moreover, the welding depth is large, the welding is firm, and the melting is sufficient. It can not only achieve thermal conductivity welding, but also continuous deep penetration welding, spot welding, butt welding, overlap welding, seal welding, seam welding, etc.

Welding Method

This process subverts the working mode of the traditional laser welding machine. It has the advantages of simple operation, beautiful weld, fast welding speed and no consumables. It can weld thin stainless steel plates, iron plates, galvanized plates and other metal materials, and can perfectly replace the traditional argon arc welding, stainless steel plates, iron plates, aluminum plates and other metal materials.

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