D&H Industries uses state-of-the-art fiber laser welding to deliver high-strength, deep penetrating welds at blazing speeds. The laser welding process has a very narrow heat-affected zone. It minimizes distortion compared to traditional welding methods, e.g., MIG and TIG welding - Protecting the molecular structure of the metal components. Another advantage of laser beam welding is not needing filler materials. We can bond a wide range of material thicknesses and metal types: steel, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, and other alloys.
Our 5-axis TRUMPF TruLaser Cell 3000 has a working envelope of 31.5” (800mm) x 23.6” (600mm) x 15.75” (400mm) with a head rotation of ±135°. The welder is equipped with a rotary table enabling highly productive manufacturing. The photo shows the welding production of aluminum firearm magazines, a patent-pending process. The operator loads components into an automated welding fixture designed and fabricated by D&H.
Our laser Welding process is also ideal for near-net-shape items where manufacturers want minimal distortion. In our case, there have been productivity improvements from a previously resistance-welded joint.
The welding machine cell is optimized to produce prototypes to large-scale production of small to medium-sized components for the aerospace, electrical, electronics, energy, medical device, military, and general industrial markets.