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Laser Welding

Laser Welding

KIMASTLE Corporation proudly supports it’s customers with the Industries latest technologies. Laser Welding, especially with plastic, is the future in flexible automation. This technology is capable of creating bonds at the molecular level providing increases in bond strength. This technology allows customers to simplify designs eliminating energy directors and other engineered features. Simply a flat to flat surface will allow for a uniform weld. With the Kimastle team you can perfect the combination of design, clamp force, energy, speed, and material transmission or absorption. Work with us one on one with the Industries Leading Laser Plastic Welding Technologies and Material Suppliers.

How it Works

Laser Weldable Materials

Thermoplastics are plastics that can be remelted. As a result, they can be welded. Thermoplastics can be divided into two categories:

  • Amorphous thermoplastics
  • Semicrystalline thermoplastics

 

Assuming that there are no additives, amorphous thermoplastics are transparent within the visual range. By contrast, semicrystalline thermoplastics appear opaque to milky to the human eye. In principle, thermoplastics of the same type can be welded together using a laser. Nevertheless, attention must be paid to the optical properties.

The table below lists the material combinations that can be laser welded. In addition to these combinations, the range can also be expanded by using modified blends.

Types of laser welding products we integrate

  • Globo Optic Optic
  • Line Beam Optic
  • Radial Optic
  • Roller Optic
  • Spot AT OPTIC
  • Spot BT Optic
  • Ring Optic
  • Scanner Optic

Laser Welding

KIMASTLE Corporation proudly supports it’s customers with the Industries latest technologies. Laser Welding, especially with plastic, is the future in flexible automation. This technology is capable of creating bonds at the molecular level providing increases in bond strength. This technology allows customers to simplify designs eliminating energy directors and other engineered features. Simply a flat to flat surface will allow for a uniform weld. With the Kimastle team you can perfect the combination of design, clamp force, energy, speed, and material transmission or absorption. Work with us one on one with the Industries Leading Laser Plastic Welding Technologies and Material Suppliers.

How it Works

Laser Weldable Materials

Thermoplastics are plastics that can be remelted. As a result, they can be welded. Thermoplastics can be divided into two categories:

  • Amorphous thermoplastics
  • Semicrystalline thermoplastics

 

Assuming that there are no additives, amorphous thermoplastics are transparent within the visual range. By contrast, semicrystalline thermoplastics appear opaque to milky to the human eye. In principle, thermoplastics of the same type can be welded together using a laser. Nevertheless, attention must be paid to the optical properties.

The table below lists the material combinations that can be laser welded. In addition to these combinations, the range can also be expanded by using modified blends.

Types of laser welding products we integrate

  • Globo Optic Optic
  • Line Beam Optic
  • Radial Optic
  • Roller Optic
  • Spot AT OPTIC
  • Spot BT Optic
  • Ring Optic
  • Scanner Optic
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