Civan's Dynamic Beam Laser
The Power of Dynamic Beam Lasers for Thick Metal Welding.
Civan’s Dynamic Beam Laser Welds Thick Metals With a Single Pass up to 70mm.
Thick Metal Welding Highlights
Civan’s dynamic beam-shaping lasers offer the following benefits in deep penetration welding applications:
Faster production speeds.
Reduces Heat affected zone.
Fewer CO2 emissions.
Thick Metals Welding.
Illustration of Laser-Based System.
Revolutionizing Thick Metal Welding.
Traditional welding methods vs Civan's Dynamic Beam Laser
Civan's Dynamic Beam Laser for welding 25-70mm thick steels in shipbuilding, wind towers, nuclear reactors, boilers, steam plants, oil, and gas pipes applications. Unlike traditional welding methods like Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) and Submerged Arc Welding (SAW), Dynamic Beam Laser technology requires minimal workpiece preparation, reducing the time and cost involved in the welding process.
GMAW and SAW require a time-consuming and costly beveling process, along with multiple passes to fill the weld joints, increasing labor and production costs. In contrast, Civan's Dynamic Beam Laser technology requires only milling to straighten the surfaces to be welded, leading to faster panel welding. Multipass welding methods also require multiple interpass cleaning steps, whereas Dynamic Beam Laser technology reduces these steps, saving time and cost.
The Challenges of Traditional Welding for Thick Metal Applications.
The most common methods for thick metal welding applications are: Gas metal arc welding (GMAW), but it requires multiple passes and has high labor and production costs, Submerged arc welding (SAW) has a higher deposition rate but requires the use of flux and the heating and vacuuming of the flux after each layer. GMA-laser hybrid welding usually has a single-pass penetration of around 15 mm.
In addition, workpiece preparation is a critical step for all welding methods, high costs of consumables, large footprint requirements, and hazardous welding effluent.
Distortion. High heat input during traditional laser welding causes distortion in thicker metal parts, resulting in high investment in fixturing and waiting time for cooling.
Solidification Cracks Problems. Traditional laser welding often results in solidification cracks, and small holes within the metal that weaken the structure, particularly with thicker metal parts.
Multi-pass vs Single-pass. High heat input during traditional laser welding causes distortion in thicker metal parts, resulting in high investment in fixturing and waiting time for cooling.
Civan's Dynamic Beam Laser
Maximizing Deep Penetration. Overcoming the Challenges.
A cutting-edge solution for welding thick metals - Civan's Dynamic Beam laser for faster, more efficient, and defect-free results. Reduce time, cost, and complexity associated with traditional welding methods.
Civan's Dynamic Beam Laser technology requires only milling to straighten the surfaces to be welded and has lower heat input which reduces material distortion and the size of the Heat affected zone. Resulting a faster panel welding and lower labor and production costs, making it a more efficient solution for manufacturers welding 25-70mm thick metal.
Strong and Reliable Welds. The Dynamic Beam Laser produces a strong and seamless weld, increasing the strength and reliability of the welded joint.
Cost-Effective Solution. The Dynamic Beam Laser provides a cost-effective solution for laser welding of thick metals, making it accessible to a wider range of companies.
In a Single Pass.
High heat input during traditional laser welding causes distortion in thicker metal parts, resulting in high investment in fixturing and waiting time for cooling.
Depth of focus
Depth of focus
Civan's Dynamic Beam Laser enables to control beam shape, sequence, frequency, and focal depth at MHz speeds without any moving parts. Allowing supreme control of the thermal gradient, melt pool flow dynamics, and solidification
The Benefits of Dynamic Beam Lasers for Thick Metal Welding.
The Dynamic Beam Laser's fast welding speeds and low heat input enables the welding of metal plates up to 40 mm thick. By flipping the workpiece and doing a single pass on each side of the plate, this system can efficiently weld 70 mm thick metal plates
Heat Affected Zone
Low Heat Input reduces the size of Heat affected zone preventing distortion. Dnamic Beam lasers produce a high-quality weld with minimal thermal impact on the surrounding metal.
Civan's Dynamic Beam Lasers eliminate the need for expensive consumables such as welding wire, gas, and flux.
Low Heat Input.
The efficiency of Dynamic Beam lasers reduces energy waste and lowers the overall cost of your welding process.
A Laser System, Controlled by a Beam Shaping Software.
Civan's Dynamic Beam Laser includes software that makes it easy to design the relevant beam shape, frequency, sequence, and focus; upload it to the laser; and see the effect on the weld using cross-section analysis. The simplicity and speed of this process make it possible to evaluate multiple shapes to optimize the best shape for welding the cooling plates.
Perfect Deep Welds, Faster.
Civan Lasers' Dynamic Beam lasers are the ultimate choice for thick metal welding, with their combination of speed, quality, and efficiency. The ability to weld quickly and accurately while minimizing the thermal impact sets Dynamic Beam Lasers apart from other welding methods. Civan Lasers' Dynamic Beam lasers offer a game-changing solution for thick metal welding.