Medical

Carrs have been laser welding surgical instruments and orthopaedic implants for nearly 10 years. Titanium and high grade stainless steel, key materials for in the medical field, are welded best with laser rather than conventional means. Laser welding has a reduced heat input, decreasing risk of distortion and alteration to essential properties of the material.

Precision welding coupled with 100% inspection and a nil failure record makes laser welding the clear choice in the medical industry.

Medical
Laser Welding in Medicine

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Laser Welding 3 Peak Challenge in June

Laser welding

Carrs swap their activities from Laser Welding to the ‘Three Peaks Challenge’ which involves climbing the three highest peaks of Scotland, England and Wales. Alistair, John and Tom will attempt to cover the total walking distance of 23 miles (37km), a total ascent of 3064 metres (10,052ft) – and a driving distance of 462 miles. […]

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Carrs expanding business

Laser welding

Due to the expansion of the business Carrs Welding Technologies are taking over the adjoining unit. This enables the company to utilise the extra space for their additional new Lasers. Carrs will occupy both Units 2 and 3 on Henson Way Industrial Estate, Kettering.  

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Carrs go large with 6 kWatt Laser Welder.

Aluminium welding, Laser welding, News

  Carrs have now gone to the next stage with their capital spend on the latest Trumpf 6 Kwatts welding laser. The Disk laser provides important back up for the 4Kwatts disk already installed at Carrs and being in different factories allows Carrs to have crucial production cover for all their product lines.     The […]

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