Knowledge Transfer Partnership Solves Problem Of Optics Contamination In Laser-In-Vacuum Welding

Cambridge Vacuum Engineering (CVE) has announced the successful completion of a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) with Cranfield University that will increase welding options available to engineers worldwide. Together, the two organizations have solved the undesirable optics contamination phenomenon associated with laser-in-vacuum welding, paving the way for full-scale industrial exploitation of the technology.

The conclusion of the KTP is set to yield tangible benefits for companies that want to achieve deeper-penetration welds while improving weld quality, reducing oxidization, and minimizing the time needed for part cleaning after welding.

Courtesy of Cambridge Vacuum Engineering.

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