Laser Metal Deposition (LMD):
Now you can supply powder from nozzles and perform laser melting and bonding
to parent material, different types of materials can be combined and multilayered, and
three-dimensional fabrication, repairs, and coating is attainable.
Heating takes place via laser emission (with hardening by self-cooling), while case
hardening is also possible. In the end, there’s less warpage than with high-frequency
or flame hardening.
Resin Mold Repairs:
From crack removal to finishing, all operations are available on a single machine.
The LASER EX Series even accommodates hard-to-cut and high-hardness materials.
Process-Intensive Turn Hardening and Grinding:
Now cutting and grinding interrupted by heat treatment can be completed on a single machine with no set-up change. Uniform-width turn hardening uses a high-output,
stable laser; case hardening is possible on cylindrical surfaces—with no uneven
hardening and little warping.