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Fiber Laser Welding Machine

    Along with the development of fiber laser source, hand-held laser welding machine was widely

used and changed the industrial welding market by making it much simpler for different angle and welding processing like stitch welding, tailor welding and seam welding.

    It could completely replace the applications of traditional arc welder and electric welder technology in thin stainless steel, iron sheet, aluminum plate and other metal sheet.

    In order to perform spot welding, butt welding, stitch welding, and sealing welding on small, precisely placed, heat-sensitive parts with jewelry, kitchenware, aerospace, automotive, electronic devices and components, commercial, shipbuilding, chemical & medical industries, in the United States, the United Kingdom, the United Arab Emirates, Canada, Australia, Russia, and South Africa, are you looking forward to DIY laser welder kit plans or coming up with an idea to purchase an affordable robotic or handheld laser welding machine? We'll provide you with 2022 affordable fiber laser welding machines with 1000W, 1500W, 2000W, or 3000W laser power as well as professional laser welding service to fit your custom laser beam welding after you review the best laser welder buyer's guide for machinists, operators, and novices.

What Is a Machine for Laser Welding? 

    A laser welding machine is a power welding instrument that uses a single-arm robot, CNC controller, or handheld laser welding gun to combine pieces of metal or thermoplastic.

    Spot welding, butt joints, lap joints, lap edges, T butts, seam welding, thin welds, deep welds, and kissing welds are all possible using the laser beam's concentrated heat source.

    The method, which is based on keyhole or penetration mode welding, is widely employed in high volume applications with automation.

    Engine-driven laser welding equipment can be used to join thicker materials in the automotive and aerospace industries as well as very small parts together, which is a popular manufacturing practice for companies in the engineering, medical, and electronics sectors.

    Laser welding is a flexible, affordable method of producing spot welds of excellent quality for a variety of materials and thicknesses. A laser welding machine is also referred to as a laser welder, a laser beam welder, a laser welding machine, a laser beam welding gun, a laser beam welding tool, a seam welding machine, a laser bonding machine, a laser brazing machine, a laser joining machine, and a laser soldering machine.

What Is (LBW) Laser Beam Welding?

    A brand-new approach of fusion welding called Laser Beam Welding (LBW) involves shining a powerful laser beam onto the surface of the material to be joined, which causes the material to melt and fuse together. 

    The working substance (laser material) is stimulated using the theory of atomic stimulated radiation to create a laser beam with good monochromaticity, strong directionality, and high intensity.

    The focused laser beam has a maximum energy density of 1013 w/cm2, converting light energy to heat energy in a few thousandths of a second or less and reaching temperatures of more than 10,000 °C.

    To accomplish the goal, a high-heat laser beam increases the local temperature of the material. The energy produced by the laser then diffuses into the material through thermal conduction, melting it to form a particular molten pool. Precision parts and thin materials are the major uses of laser welding.

    Laser welding is a technique that produces strong welds by utilizing the laser's radiant energy. In order to create stimulated radiation, the laser active medium (Fiber, CO2, or YAG) must be excited in a precise way such that it oscillates back and forth in the resonant cavity. When the beam comes into contact with the workpiece, the workpiece absorbs the beam's energy, allowing welding to be done when the temperature reaches the material's melting point.

What Is The Price Of A Laser Welding Machine?

    A fair rule of thumb is that entry level portable handheld laser welders with fiber laser powers of 1000W, 1500W, 2000W, and 3000W will sell for a price range of $5,800.00 to $10,500.00.

    The most affordable automated CNC laser welding systems have fiber laser powers of 1000W, 1500W, 2000W, and 3000W and range in price from $18,800.00 to $25,800.00.

    The cost-effective autonomous robotic laser welding equipment will range in price from $48,000 to $58,000 and feature 1000W, 1500W, 2000W, and 3000W fiber laser power supplies.

    With fiber laser power supplies of 1000W, 1500W, 2000W, and 3000W, the least expensive 3-in-1 laser welding, cleaning, and cutting machine costs between $5,400.00 and $13,800.00.

    In 2022, the average price of laser beam welding equipment will be at $7,800.00 for handheld models and $52,800.00 for robot models.

    However, prices greatly vary based on the features & setups of the welder.

Technical Parameters - Specifications 


MS-1000 HLW

MS-1500 HLW

MS-2000 HLW

MS-3000 HLW

Laser Source





Shielding Gas

Argon, Nitrogen, Air

Argon, Nitrogen, Air

Argon, Nitrogen, Air

Argon, Nitrogen, Air

Maximum Thickness





Input Power





Water Chiller

16L 3000W

16L 3000W

19L 4000W

21L 5000W

Mains Supply

AC220V 1PH

AC220V 1PH

AC220V 1PH

AC380V 3PH

What Kinds Of Laser Welding Are There?

    Many different types of materials produce successful laser welding. The three most popular varieties are CO2 laser, YAG laser, and fiber laser welding. For huge, thick sheets, there are high-power welders; for small, delicate sections, low-power welders. For both metals and non-metallic materials like plastic and ceramics, there are welders.

    These categories can be used to group various techniques:

1. Welds the slices together. include center penetration fusion welds, center perforation fusion welds, butt welds, and end welds.

2. Welds made of wire. include T-type welds, wire-to-wire butt welds, cross welds, and parallel lap welds.

3. metal wire and block component welds. The connection between the metal wire and the block element may be made with great success using laser beam welding, and the block element's size is completely flexible. When welding, consideration should be given to the wire-like components' geometrical dimensions.

4. metal-differentiated welds. The range of weldability characteristics must be resolved during the welding of various metal kinds. Only some material combinations allow for laser beam welding between various materials.

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