Laser welding is a common joining method that has been used for years in combustion engine car manufacturing. Electric vehicles introduce a new set of welding challenges, starting from the materials needed to weld, such as copper and aluminum. In addition, the weld requirements are challenging, with higher requirements for mechanical strength, electrical conductivity, sealing, and others.
The dynamic beam laser (DBL) is a new laser technology that enables supreme control on the thermal gradient, melt pool dynamics, and microstructure. This 60-minute Webinar will look at the ways the DBL enables manufacturers to replace joining methods such as brazing with laser welding to improve efficiency and reduce carbon emissions.
- Features of the DBL
- Case studies for welding of battery cooling plates and Al die-cast components.
A Q&A session will follow the technical presentation.
Christian Dini, General Manager, Civan Lasers Europe
Christian Dini serves as founding General Manager for Civan Lasers Europe. He holds a diplom-ingenieur (FH) from the Munich University of Applied Sciences and has more than 30 years of experience in the photonics industry. Christian previously held positions with MKS Ophir, Ophir Spiricon Europe GmbH, Synrad, and JK Laser.
Amanda Hosey, Editor, SAE Media Group