Laser Mech introduces high-power laser wire direct deposition head for processing macro-scale industrial and aerospace components

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Laser Mech’s new FiberWELD DH is a high-power, laser wire, direct deposition head for processing macro-scale industrial and aerospace components. The head delivers multi-axis laser energy to a centre-fed process wire for total directional independence.

Engineered for high duty cycle production applications, FiberWELD DH features direct-cooled reflective optics, back-reflection protection and wire feed. In addition, FiberWELD DH’s easily accessible, protective cover glasses extend the life of internal optics.

Primary applications for FiberWELD DH include additive manufacturing, cladding and hybrid laser-arc welding.

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