Laser Welding of Aluminium with or without filler material

Joint welding and repair welding

Pulsed laser welding has many advantages over high-power laser welding and TIG welding. Starting from a batch size of 1, we are able to process your components without big costs for clamping fixtures. High welding speed, slightest thermal warping, non-porously and visually appealing welds can be ensured, while oxidation can be eliminated.
 
Short service routes and smooth communication provide the basis for superb welding results. Design, fixture construction, mechanical workshop, and welding department are together under a single roof at KURIOS, so that we are always able to react to requests as quickly as possible.

Non-ferrous metal processing with highest flexibility for material thicknesses of up to 3 mm.
 
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Three-dimensional processing of aluminium and other non-ferrous metals with brilliant edge quality and high repeat accuracy.
 
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Machined separation processes for three-dimensional products with cutting-edge CNC milling systems.
 
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Machined separation processes for three-dimensional products with cutting-edge CNC turning systems.
 
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Sandblasting and glass bead blasting are in high demand, particularly when making sterile tools for medical science.
 
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Professional lacquering of your aluminium cuttings inside our industrial paint booth.
 
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Hydraulic Bending of aluminium on our CNC controlled press brakes.

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Logos, signets, numerations, and letterings. Our machines burn anything onto the material.
 
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Machined separation processes with cutting-edge CNC milling systems from KURIOS.
 
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Laser welding of aluminium with filler materials is perfectly possible. In a limited number of cases secure joints can be ensured even without the filler material. Depending on the requested welding diameter, we will use single-pass or multiple-pass welds.
 
The main advantage pulsed laser welding has over other welding procedures is that the heat input is extremely low, which makes exceptionally tight geometric dimensioning and tolerancing feasible.
 
We have the technology and the necessary know-how. Benefit from that! We are looking forward to your request regarding laser welding. Please get in touch with us.

Laser fine welding of aluminium – possible fields of application

Whether it is in fixture construction, mechanical engineering, metrology, lightweight design, sensor technology, or air suspension components in the automotive industry, our expertise in laser welding of aluminium is frequently in demand.
Laser welding aluminium sheet assembly
Aluminium sheet assembly
Laser welding aluminium air suspension c
Aluminium air suspension component

 
Laser welding of aluminium – the key facts at a glance

Tightness test (overpressure test with test gas and leak detection spray or a qualitative material leak test by using a test probe), strength test (tensile testing and torsion test), measuring of the welding penetration depth, visual and microscopic inspection with photographic records.
  • Maximum size:
    1,000 mm x 1,000 mm
  • Minimum material thickness:
    0.05 mm
  • Maximum material weight:
    2,000 kg
  • Benefits:
    Thermal effect that is lukewarm at most, high welding speed, various materials, no reworking, pinpoint energy exposure
  • With filler material:
    AlMgSi 0.5, AlMgSi 1, AlMgSi 1.5, AlMgSi 2
  • Potentially weldable without filler material:
    AlMg 3
  • Limited weldability:
    AlMg 4.5
  • Further processing offer:
    Laser cutting, HSC milling, bending, laser marking, engraving, thread cutting, drilling, turning, and thermal bending
  • Surface refinements:
    Lacquering, sandblasting, abrasive blasting, grinding, and brushing
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