Laser welders can be used to fill porosity, refill damaged surfaces, including porosity and ‘pits’, run a bead of alloy along a complex edge and correct manufacturing defects.
Tool and die shops currently using laser welders are often amazed at the wide range of applications and ability to produce a higher quality product in less time with fewer materials while eliminating excessive heat effects.
The new 7700 series laser welder from M2 lasers
The 7700 Series laser welder is ideal for working on large moulds, where the laser can be moved instead of the mould. Available with 60W to 150W of laser power, optional microscopes and XYZ movement, the 7700 laser welder has many options to meet various requirements and budgets.
Laser welding models from M2 lasers
M2 Lasers offers a range of different models for Mould repairs. As well as the 7700 Open Series, we also have the Class1 7000 Series and BrightStar models. These units are ideal for the price conscious, and for repairing smaller moulds. The welding process is all done in a safe enclosed welding chamber.
Laser welders into the future
During the last few years, the price of many laser welding systems has decreased, making them increasingly affordable to plastic injection mould manufacturers, small tool and die workshops, precision welding repair shops and prototyping laboratories.
Frequently, those who have purchased the laser systems find that the time, labour and material savings realized far outweigh the original purchase price.