B & D Precision Micro-welding and Machining Introduces Advanced Coherent Laser Welder with New Axis System and Fiber Laser
B & D Precision Micro-welding and Machining, a renowned provider of precision welding and machining solutions, is excited to announce the latest addition to their machine shop – the cutting-edge Coherent Laser Welder with a new Axis System and Fiber Laser. This state-of-the-art equipment represents a significant investment in B & D Precision’s commitment to delivering high-quality and precise welding services to their esteemed clientele. The Coherent Laser Welder will empower the company to undertake more complex projects while maintaining the utmost standards of quality and precision.
Enhanced Capabilities for Precision Welding:
The Coherent Laser Welder is equipped with an advanced axis system that sets new standards for precision and accuracy in micro-welding applications. This innovative technology enables B & D Precision to perform intricate welding tasks with unparalleled accuracy, ensuring flawless results every time. The integration of a fiber laser into the system further enhances the weld strength and aesthetic appeal of the final product, guaranteeing customer satisfaction.
Versatility for Various Industries:
With the addition of the Coherent Laser Welder, B & D Precision Micro-welding and Machining is now capable of welding a wide range of materials, including stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, and more. This versatility positions the company as a reliable partner for various industries, such as aerospace, medical, automotive, and electronics. No matter the complexity of the project, B & D Precision’s expert technicians can leverage the new equipment to deliver outstanding results.
Continued Innovation and Customer Satisfaction:
B & D Precision Micro-welding and Machining has always strived to stay at the forefront of technological advancements in the welding and machining industry. The investment in the Coherent Laser Welder aligns with the company’s mission to deliver exceptional quality, precision, and customer satisfaction. By embracing the latest technologies, B & D Precision ensures they can meet and exceed the evolving needs of their clients, regardless of the complexity of their projects.
Daniel Austin, CEO, expressed his enthusiasm regarding the acquisition of the Coherent Laser Welder. He highlighted the company’s commitment to providing customers with the most advanced and reliable solutions in the market. The addition of this cutting-edge equipment enables B & D Precision to exceed client expectations and maintain its position as the preferred choice for precision micro-welding and machining services.
The addition of the Coherent Laser Welder with its advanced Axis System and Fiber Laser marks a significant milestone for B & D Precision Micro-welding and Machining. This investment showcases their dedication to delivering superior quality and precision to their customers. As they continue to embrace innovation, B & D Precision solidifies its position as a leading provider of precision welding and machining services across various industries.
This happens more often than you would think. We were able to micro weld the gouge with the same material as the base material.
Our customer was then able to machine this back to the original specifications and was unable to see the weld entirely after final machining and polishing! Call us for your next project!
This job came to us from a customer from Northern California. The customer was in great of need repairing some brand new core pins that were machined out of speck and would be scraped if we couldn’t save them.It was a groove .010 wide on a tapper with a .008 radius at the bottom, it needed to be laser welded without any distortion to the part.This would represent a very difficult job for anyone in the laser welding industry – do to the length and diameter restrictions.We ended up taking the job and were able to laser weld to fill the groove with out any voids in the product.The customer was then able to grind the weld back to the existing diameter without any sink or distortion on all 6 parts required due to the consistency throughout our laser welding process.We were able to service the customer with these requirements that allowed zero scrap and no need to remake – saving them a lot of time and money.
O.D. – I.D. Grinding
Precision welding projects may sometimes include precision grinding work to meet the project specs.
Inside Diameter/Outside Diameter (ID/OD) universal grinders belong to the center type family of cylindrical grinding machines. The basic construction of a universal grinding machine is almost same as a plain grinding machine. However, some advanced features and auxiliary attachments make the first one suitable to execute more universal machining processes.
The principle difference between these two types of cylindrical grinding machines is this: Both the wheel head and work head can be swiveled in universal type grinders, where plain grinders don’t offer this feature.
Universal grinders are generally classified into two types regardless of their applications: Inside diameter (ID) and outside diameter (OD) universal grinders. The grinding that occurs on the external faces or outside diameters of an object is frequently called OD grinding. This is done by the periphery of the grinding wheel. On the other hand, ID grinding systems are used to grind the inside diameter of an object.
Universal grinders are best suited for tool room applications because of their very high versatility. These machines can execute face, internal, and surface grinding. This includes tapered surface grinding using auxiliary attachments.
Micro TIG (micro tungsten inert gas) welding , also called pulse arc welding, is an arc-welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce an arc which creates the actual weld.
Micro TIG welding is a non-contact process, which, like laser welding, requires an external fixture to apply force to create proper part fit-up. It utilizes a welding power supply with a constant current and produces high quality welds with minimal heat affected zones by generating arcs between the workpiece and the tungsten electrode, and using the resultant heat to actually create the joint.
Micro TIG processes usually focus on welding very small parts of area. These are usually delicate parts in the automotive, medical, or electronics industry.
There are many advantages to Micro TIG welding. For example, it’s a solder-free process and the resultant weld is highly durable when exposed to vibration and heat.
This type of welding is commonly used for Medical, Military, Space, and consumer products like Surgery equipment, Ocular products, high performance products and other markets.