The laser cutting is used to powerfully cut through a material. Many industries may have traditionally used a blade cutter to achieve their cutting goal but the obvious core advantage here is that a laser makes no contact with the material, meaning there are no expensive cutting discs to replace and the machine does not have to experience any downtime to replace ‘contact’ parts.
As with many of these fiber laser processes, the clue is in the name here, and this laser process us used to weld two materials together. You will most often find that the materials being welded together are metals, but they can also be dissmilar metals too; metals which don’t possess the same qualities. This is especially useful in industrial sectors, where a wide ranging number of metals are used.