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Laser beams transfer heat at high density, but their power is applied from a distance rather than through direct contact with the object being welded. Therefore, metals such as carbon steel, aluminum and titanium can be bonded together at a high temperature while being cooled quickly after application of the laser pointer. The extreme heat of the beam ensures a strong bond, while the rapid cooling process prevents the formation of metal cracks, which can be caused by high temperatures. This ensures that the finished material is strong.

asked May 31, 2019 in Others by shoubi | 38 views

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