Laser welding versus traditional welding

If you are here already you will probably have some idea of the advantages of Laser Welding over traditional 55947330 189556178685613 736413667271642189 nwelding techniques. What you may not realise is the accuracy with which Carrs Welding are able to deposit Laser welds?

Most of our tooling jobs are to either repair damage or fill areas to allow modification of moulding surfaces and often our customers know exactly what area is to be welded and how thick this weld must be.

Regardless of the advances in machining accuracy we are still often asked to build two and sometimes three times the thickness required “just to make sure”. While we understand that having to return a job for “just a bit more weld” is an expensive and time-consuming exercise, we do feel there is scope reduce these weld deposits and supply a more accurate and cost-effective service.

Our prices are a direct result of material used and time taken, so please take the time to ensure you are not asking for more than required and allow us to show you just how accurate we can be!

Laser vs EB welding

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Laser welding and Electron Beam welding comparisons. Easy guide. The Disk or Fibre laser and the Electron Beam (EB) all make for good welding techniques and are both high power beam processes. They both produce neat repeatable welding procedures and due to the capital cost of the equipment are relatively expensive compared to conventional MIG […]

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Carrs on Instagram

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Check out the Latest – You can always be up to date with the latest feeds through your Instagram account. Instagram is your online photo and video sharing social networking service. See what the latest challenges the shop floor have in the world of LaserWelding – on a weekly basis Check out………….or click on our […]

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Medical meets eye Laser Welding

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A client came to Carrs while trying to combat a medical condition called ‘Persistent Nystagmus’, an abnormal rhythmic oscillation of the eyes that is estimated to occur in 0.24% of the population. This effects a person’s ability to control eye movements, having a substantial impact on quality of life. CWT were able to  successfully weld […]

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