Laser Cladding from LaserBond

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High Impact and Other Heavily Loaded Situations
LaserBond laser cladding achieves a welded bond with limited and precisely controlled heat input.  Heat sensitive components, such as hardened shafts and gears can be repaired without risk of distortion or other undesirable heat effects.

Benefits of the LaserBond Laser Cladding
  • The metallurgical bond allows LaserBond applied layers to be used in high impact and other heavily loaded situations
  • The welded bond guarantees that the LaserBond laser cladding layer will not come off
  • Controlled energy minimises the undesirable thermal decomposition of hard phases such as carbides, resulting in superior wear resistance
  • Extremely low dilution with the substrate which means high performance surfaces can be applied in a thin layer
  • Corrosion and wear resistant surfaces as thin as 0.3mm are possible
  • Heat affected zones are minimised and the cracking inherent in weld hard facing eliminated
  • The LaserBond Laser Cladding system was designed and built to very flexible
  • Very small components up to large rolls of 1600mm diameter and 6m length can be processed
  • Hard to reach areas such as inside diameters and recesses (eg: crankshaft pins) can also be repaired

LaserBond Laser Cladding Applied Materials

  • Tungsten Carbide
  • Tool steels
  • Stainless steels
  • Nickel alloys such as Inconel
  • Cobalt alloys such as Stellite and Copper Alloys
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25/11/10 - LaserBond laser cladding achieves a welded bond with restricted and precisely controlled heat input.

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28 York Rd
Ingleburn
NSW 2565
Tel: 02 9829 3815
Fax: 02 9829 2417

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