Laser Soldering

Laser soldering is a technique where a precisely focused laser beam provides controlled heating of the solder alloy leading to a fast and non-destructive of an electrical joint. The process uses a controlled laser beam to transfer energy to a soldering location where the absorbed energy heats the solder until it reaches its melting temperature leading to the soldering of the contact and this completely eliminates any mechanical contact

Soft soldering using laser radiation is becoming more and more significant in the field of selective soldering techniques. Fast power controllability combined with a contactless temperature measurement to minimize thermal damage make the diode laser an ideal tool for this application. These advantages come into full effect when soldering of increasingly small parts in temperature sensitive environments is necessary. Laser soldering is a solution for applications that require selective solder joints such as connecting a circuit board to external terminals or for repair work.

  • Laser Soldering Methods
  • Diode Laser Soldering
  • Smart Fiber Coupled Diode Laser
  • Laser Selective Soldering
  • Laser Soldering System
  • Laser Melting

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