Whether conventional MIG/MAG, resistance, ultrasound or laser - TEAM Automation Berlin is at your disposal with its partners in the field of automation of complex welding processes - of course also with process data acquisition and evaluation.
laser welding technology
Laser welding is a highly productive and at the same time fascinating process, suitable for the finest seams and components of the most varied shapes and geometries. The majority of laser welds do not require any additional material to connect components securely and permanently.
laser welding technology (transmission technology)
In the transmission method, the laser penetrates the half of the molded part made of a material that is transparent to the radiation (transmissive component) and then melts the absorbent material of the second joining partner (absorbent component). The transparent component also plasticizes by means of heat conduction. The resulting flow of melt and the cooling of the seam under pressure create a precise, strong and materially bonded connection.
Resistance welding is a welding process for electrically conductive materials based on the Joule current heat of an electric current flowing through the connection point. The connection partners are heated until the welding temperature is reached and welded at the point of contact under the effect of a force through solidification of melt, through diffusion or also in the solid phase.
In pulsed ultrasonic welding, one or more thermoplastic materials are connected to one another by internal friction in the joining zone
MIG/MAG and TIG welding
Tungsten inert gas welding (TIG welding) is a fusion welding process. In this process, no material is removed, but rather the two parts of the workpiece that are to be joined are heated until the material liquefies and mixes. After solidification, the two workpieces are firmly connected. Depending on the welding task, the welder can also use additional materials for joining.
In thermocompression welding, previously melted joint partners are pressed together again. The current is concentrated in the tip through the gap in the thermode and heats it up. This means that no current flows through the components. The connection is created by diffusion of the joining partners. This can also be used to burn off insulation before the connection is made.
The advantages of the technology are the low deformation of the connected parts and a particularly high shear and tensile strength.