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In the world of micro welding, a controversy rages over whether the upcoming rise of microscopic laser welding will replace microscopic TIG welding as the preferred method for tool repair. On one hand, some laser producers say that lasers will replace micro TIG because laser welders produce a superior weld and the learning curve for the operation is a matter of weeks versus a matter of years. On the other hand, if one asks the majority of top micro TIG welding shops, they will say that lasers only can be used for a small percentage (1 percent to 5 percent) of their current work and that buying a laser isn't worth the investment. So who is telling the truth? Pyar ke liye char pal kam nahi the kabhi hum nahi the kabhi ham mp3 320kb song dawonlod. In considering laser welding for tool repair versus microscopic TIG, the advantages and disadvantages of each must be brought into consideration.

Each has distinct characteristics that suit its specific repair applications. Microscopic Laser Welding Microscopic laser welding has some distinct advantages as far as weld quality. Lasers have extremely low heat input during the welding process. Therefore, the heat-affected zone (HAZ) around the welded area is minimal. This is a great advantage when repairing a texture or polished surface. This also produces virtually zero sink around the weld, allowing for an almost undetectable weld after refinishing. Also, a laser beam can be shot deep into cavitation areas, so long as the area allows for at least an approximate fifteen degree included angle weld beam.

Microscopic laser also has distinct disadvantages when it comes to the welding process. A laser head is a fixed unit that is used in conjunction with a microscope to see the area to be welded. This dictates that the workpiece must be manipulated versus a TIG torch. This is not only challenging, but it becomes expensive due to the fixturing of each piece to be welded. Then, the laser application process becomes much slower than micro TIG and, therefore, more expensive.

As a result, costs of fixturing tools for a laser welder are more expensive as are the associated costs of the laser (generally anywhere from $30,000 to more than $100,000) and its maintenance. Microscopic TIG Due to the proven process of microscopic TIG, it is a well-used, cost effective method for tool repair. Micro TIG weld is typically applied via manipulation of the weld torch by the micro welder, allowing for virtually limitless applications. The speed of the TIG process is far faster than laser for any sizable weld buildup. Sink can easily be held down to tenths of an inch, and cost of equipment and maintenance is a fraction of a laser. Overall, the cost of micro TIG for tool repair also is lower, so long as a reasonably priced micro welder is being used.

The disadvantages of micro TIG are mostly due to its requirement for more substantial heat input than a laser welder. The component to be welded must be preheated to defined temperatures (unique to each steel type), which in turn causes a more lengthy post heating and cleaning process. Hataraku maou sama gogoanime. Also, the required heat during the application of the weld is more likely to distort components, especially very small or thin pieces as well as long, round components. Micro TIG leaves more of a HAZ in its wake than a laser welder, which severely limits the ability for the toolmaker to camouflage the weld of a polished or textured area.

Welding is the ancient technique of joining metals though the direct application of heat. Modern shops use precise tools to apply heat to a small spot resulting in precision work. Practical applications in automotive shops include cutting though metal and rejoining them later to form custom fabricated automotive designs to rejoining broken pieces of metal for repair. Due to the initial expense, many automotive companies prefer to look into leasing automotive tools, and in particular, seek to finance a welder. Crest Capital has been offering business friendly welder financing options for close to twenty years. We can help you secure this automotive tool leasing, and we can do such with a minimal application process, great rates, and get you an answer the same day.

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