June 16 - 18, 2020 | Toronto Congress Centre (South Building)
Breakout Session | Tuesday, June 12, 2018 | 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
This presentation will discuss the concept behind the function of this process along with various means of process control through the usage of pyrometers (heat sensors), scanning technology, and adaptive controls. It will look to address means which help ensure material temperatures are kept constant both in thick and thin sections and how to keep fine details and edges such that they retain the same geometric shape (sharp edges, contours) after processing.
Tom Graham, Abicor Binzel US / Canada
In recent years, with more attention being focused on the economy, manufacturing has come under increasing pressure to offer more cost competitive solutions. Globalization and the rising cost of labor have placed increasing pressure on companies to automate and offer faster yet more accurate processing. Laser welding is now at the forefront of many markets including mining, automotive, medical and nuclear and includes cladding, welding, and heat-treating. This presentation focuses on the the welding process, its benefits to future welding techniques and current implementations.
Chris Pilcher, IPG Photonics Corporation
In his presentation Mr. Manchanda will address the types of Industries utilizing laser welding and the importance of suitable part design for laser welding. He will focus on discussing the advantages of the strength of laser welded joints and potential cost savings over traditional welding processes. Finally, he will address why TRUMPF provides a superior laser welding solution.
Manpreet Manchanda, TRUMPF Inc.