Laser Welding

The advantage of laser beam welding in comparison to classical welding methods is higher welding speed, small weld seams and less thermal distortion of the material. The result is a high-quality weld.

Laser Welding with Wire

Laser beam welding processes with filler wire offer new prospects for filling open gaps between pieces. The use of filler wire allows less accuracy and ensuing fit-up of welded edges.

CMT Welding

CMT welding has an extremely low heat input and offers an exceptionally stable arc compared to conventional MIG/MAG welding. The result is a very stable welding process with a reduced occurrence of welding spatters.

TIG Welding

TIG Welding is known as a process, which offers better control over the weld than processes such as shielded metal arc welding and gas metal arc welding. The result is stronger, higher quality welds.

Resistance Welding

Resistance spot welding is a cost effective joining technology, commonly used in the automotive industry where high reproductibility and automation are essential criteria.