Compared with arc welding, the kitchenware laser welding machine saves about 80%-90% of electric energy, and the processing cost can be reduced by about 30%. It can weld dissimilar steels and dissimilar metals, and can easily complete mechanization and automation. Fast speed, small deformation, small heat-affected zone, high aspect ratio. The welding seam is beautiful, smooth, without air holes, no need to handle or simple treatment after welding, small spotlight, no pollution, high-precision positioning, the handheld laser welding machine can be used for small open parts and precise welding.
Because of the extremely low heat input during laser welding of kitchenware, the amount of deformation after welding is very small, and a very beautiful welding surface can be obtained. There are few subsequent welding treatments. Hand-held laser welding machines can greatly reduce or eliminate huge polishing and leveling, resulting in a very low labor cost of the process.
The traditional welding method of welding stainless steel sinks is not only barely satisfactory in appearance, but often leaks at the weld seam. The deformation is large, the dark colouring is wide and the subsequent post-processing process of grinding, polishing and cleaning is complicated and expensive.
Using a wobble laser welding machine to weld stainless steel sinks not only improves welding efficiency and appearance but also greatly reduces the scrap rate of the product. The laser welded stainless steel sink has beautiful welds and will not leak. No filler or solder, no lead pollution. And the laser welding process will not cause the substrate to change. The weld bead is smooth and flat, easy to clean, firm, and hygienic.
The heat input during laser welding is extremely low, the deformation after welding is very small, and a very beautiful welding surface effect can be obtained, so it barely needs any subsequent post-processing of grinding, cleaning or polishing. Laser welding of the stainless steel sink WILL greatly reduce or remove the huge polishing, grinding and leveling labor in the process. This is especially true in today’s rising labor costs.
Early water sinks were generally welded by argon arc welding, it is easily deformed and the subsequent treatment process was complicated. When receiving related customer needs, Lasermach took it seriously. We have developed a continuous laser welding machine based on our "WOBBLE-CUBE" for customers to weld various shapes of sinks, making customers’ products extremely competitive.