We offer Laser Welding to meet growing customer demand for rotors and stators made from electrical non-orientated steel laminations, particularly in the hybrid automotive sector.
We invested in laser welding equipment in order to complement our comprehensive precision machining capabilities. We have a portable laser which we can use at customer sites and traditional welding equipment, welding bay and trained operators.
There is a growing demand for rotors and stators made from electrical non-orientated steel laminations. This is particularly the case in the hybrid automotive sector.
As a result, we achieve fast turnaround times by avoiding the need to outsource work. We combine laser welding with our capability to produce and service the tooling to manufacture individual laminations.
A&M combine laser welding skills with our ability to produce and service the tooling to manufacture individual laminations.
We also have traditional MIG (Metal inert gas) and TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding equipment and trained operators.
Laser Welding delivers:
Accuracy and Control
Precision welding the smallest parts in very thin material together, without damaging them.
Laser technology gives us the flexibility to create complicated joins which would be too difficult using traditional welding techniques. One of our applications is to weld castings for tooling repairs.
Low Heat Application
Reducing the distortion of the parts. Lasers use precise focused energy to a specific location, allowing for contact-free application with less thermal strain placed on the parts.
Consistent and Repeatable Welds
Faster than traditional techniques and giving the welder greater flexibility.
High Strength Welds
No need for any filler material.
Specialist Fabrication Team
A&M has a fabrication team using the latest CAD software in conjunction with traditional craftsmanship techniques. This blend of tried and tested skills combined with precision design and manufacturing capabilities makes A&M a versatile supplier for our customers’ fabrication requirements.
MIG & TIG Welders
Our fabrication shop is well equipped, taking full advantage of a large 3 x 2 metre bespoke Jig and fixture table at the heart of the section and MIG & TIG welders.
We offer welding for almost all ferrous and non-ferrous metals for repairs, restoration and fabrication.
We have a dedicated welding bay for Welding to support our manufacturing and toolmaking repair services.
Laser Welding Frequently Asked Questions
Laser welding is most commonly used in the automotive industry, where it is used to weld together parts of cars and trucks. However, it is also used in the aerospace industry and has even been used for welding together bones!