Laser welding better than Tig welding and Mig welding?
Laser, TIG and MIG welding are all useful welding methods, and the choice of which is better depends on the specific application and the material being welded. Next we analyze which welding method is better for you.
Laser welding is a non-contact welding method that uses a high power laser beam to melt and join materials together. It can be a fast and precise welding process, especially for thin or small parts. It is also very easy to learn and most people can become proficient in a few hours or so with the correct parameter settings. The downside to laser welding at this time is that it is a bit more expensive than Tig or Mig welding.
If you are considering using laser welding in your business operations, it is important to research the different options and find a supplier that can meet your specific needs.FANUCI Laser offers laser welding equipment and has experience in welding a variety of commercial materials.
TIG welding, also known as gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), uses a tungsten electrode to heat the base material and a separate filler material to join the parts together. It can produce high quality welds with good accuracy and control. The disadvantage of TIG welding is that it is a relatively slow welding process and requires a high level of skill and experience.
MIG welding, also known as gas metal arc welding (GMAW), uses a wire electrode that is fed through a spool and melted to join parts together. It is a relatively fast and versatile welding process that can be used on a variety of materials and thicknesses. However, MIG may not produce the same high quality welds as TIG welding.
In short, the choice of which welding method is better depends on the specific application and the material being welded. Laser welding can be a fast and precise method, 5-10 times faster than conventional welding. However, it has a higher equipment price compared to conventional welding. TIG welding can produce high quality welds with good accuracy and control, but it is a relatively slow process and requires more skill from the welder. mIG welding is a relatively fast and versatile method that can be used for a wide range of materials and thicknesses, but it may not produce as high quality welds as TIG welding.
Should you choose laser welding?
Laser welding is an unknown or unexplored option for many manufacturers with welding applications, but it is as easy to implement as any other welding system. Laser welding’s fast travel speeds and low heat input make it particularly well suited for sheet metal welding applications that require precision and attention to aesthetics.
For operations that now use MIG, TIG or resistance spot welding, switching to laser welding can significantly increase productivity – saving time and money while still producing high-quality welds.
Of course, the type of weld you choose will depend on several factors, including the materials you use, the thickness of those materials, the strength of the weld seam required, and the aesthetics you want. If you are not sure if your project is suitable for laser welding, consult with our staff. They can assess your specific situation and make recommendations based on their expertise.
At FANUCI Laser, we offer best-in-class laser welding equipment that can deliver the best results for your project. We have experienced engineers and business managers who are passionate about their work and take pride in providing excellent service to our customers. Contact us to get started on your next project.
For more information on how to choose the right laser welding machine, check out this article from us at：How to choose the right laser welding machine? Buying Guide？