Holo/Or Presents “Adjustable Function Beam Shaping Methods” Workshop

Holo/Or Presents “Adjustable Function Beam Shaping Methods” Workshop

Time and Place for this workshop: June 24, 15:00-16:00, Hall B3, Booth #303

In the upcoming workshop during the Laser World of Photonics Exhibition in Munich, Mr. Natan Kaplan of Holo/Or will talk about adjustable function beam shaping methods, for laser welding and brazing applications.

Laser welding is used in a wide range of industrial applications, including automotive, aerospace, semiconductors, electronics, medical, power, defense and others. The raw laser beam is not the optimal shape for many industrial applications in general and especially in the fields of welding, brazing, soldering, and other similar processes. Compared to other laser material processing applications, these processes stand out in terms of the required laser power (multi kW) and the highly multimode beams often used.

The talk will focus on improving throughput, seam height, strength and the edge smoothness of the joints with process-specific, tailored laser intensity distribution.

Mr. Kaplan will review welding and brazing applications that already use diffractive beam shaping optics, as well as a few examples where current shaping technique can be replaced by diffractive optics. In addition, he will discuss a few novel shaping concepts that can be implemented for welding and brazing applications.

At the end of the workshop Mr. Kaplan will answer your questions regarding the topics discussed or other beam shaping issues.

Time and Place for this workshop: June 24, 15:00-16:00, Hall B3, Booth #303

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