Laser in Vacuum Machining can be applied for basically all materials
Applying laser welding in vacuum degases the molten pool which improves the metallurgical properties and thus increases the quality and the penetration of the welds.
Laser in Vacuum Welding - Systems & Options
Features and benefits - details
Full control of energy density, focus, and location enables high machining speed combined with minimal heat input on work piece, and very low warpage and distortion. With laser welding in a vacuum, precise and narrow weld seams can be achieved. Overall, this improves the quality of the weld.
Challenges of laser beam machining
In order to optimally utilize the laser beam machining capabilities, it is essential to also consider the potential downsides of this technology.