What is the temperature of laser welding?
Up to 3000 degrees.
It can be manually controlled by parameters.
The traditional welding temperature is fixed. However, the laser welding temperature is different, which can be high or low through manual adjustment.
The temperature is in the range of 100 degrees to 3000 degrees, such a high temperature is enough to weld all kinds of materials.
In order to be able to weld the material, a temperature just above its melting point must be reached.
Therefore, in the conventional welding process, the melting temperature of the material is a limiting factor: not every material can be treated in each welding process.
Only electric welding can emit a certain range of spot heat intensity on its electrode.
Laser beam welding is different: in all welding processes, it provides maximum flexibility in welding temperature.
Overview of common materials and their melting points outlines the range of materials that can be treated by laser beam welding:
- Plastic: 150 to 350 °C
- Aluminum: 600 °C
- Glass: 600 to 800 °C
- Copper: 1085 °C
- Steel: 1400 °C
In fact, higher temperatures can be achieved during laser beam welding.