Laser Cladding Cast Iron

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Cast iron is widely used in various industries due to its unique properties. However, the challenges of repairing these components can be daunting because of the welding process. Titanova, a leader in laser cladding, has developed a proprietary technique that enables the repair of the biggest castings. This article will explore the benefits of cast […]

FAQ’s Titanova

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Click to Expand Our extensive expertise in laser processing solutions, combined with comprehensive quality assurance and metallurgical capabilities, is why we are the leaders in the laser processing industry. We maintain rapid process development and fast turnaround times at low costs for our clients while continually improving our systems, and striving for 100% customer satisfaction. […]

Laser Cladding and Hard Facing for the Oil and Gas Industry

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Click to Expand Laser cladding and hard laser facing are welding techniques that provide a protective surface coating on metal parts. Also called laser metal deposition (LMD), laser cladding utilizes a focused laser beam to generate heat, and clad material is simultaneously fed into the resulting melt pool on the targeted surface area of a […]

Hot & Cold Wire Feed Laser Welding and Laser Weld Overlay

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Click to Expand Welding involves joining two metal parts using heat to melt them together. Weld overlay involves adding to the surface of a metal component to recover lost dimensions [ Additive remanufacturing] or changing the chemistry of the metal surface [ corrosion resistance]. Using the laser as the heat source, hot and cold wire […]

What Is Weld Overlay?

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Click to Expand While welding is often used to join metals together, it can also be used as a protective technique. Weld overlay, also known as weld cladding, is the process of melting a protective layer of metal atop another metal surface. The application of laser light heats and melts the cladding metal onto the […]

Welding vs. Brazing vs. Soldering

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Welding, brazing, and soldering are three different processes that join metals. They all use heat to join metal primary differences between welding, brazing, and soldering are the melt temperatures of the metals or materials used in the process and what is being melted. There are many different welding techniques but here we will discuss only […]

Laser Cladding

Thermal Spray vs. Laser cladding

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This blog is meant to explain the differences between the thermal spray and laser cladding processes and help you understand the physical differences between each process. What is Thermal Spray? Thermal spraying refers to a group of coating processes in which finely divided metallic or nonmetallic materials [ceramics] are deposited in a molten or semi-molten […]

Laser Cladding Glass Mold Component

Introduction to the Laser Cladding Process

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Laser cladding—also referred to as laser metal deposition or Laser weld overlay—is a manufacturing technique used to add metal material to the surface of a component. It is generally used to create a protective coating that increases the functionality of the part or product. However, it can also be used to repair worn or damaged […]


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Hardfacing Methods

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Hardfacing delivers a wear-resistant and hard coating of material on the surface of a worn component or a new component that will be subject to wear. There are various methods that can be used to apply the hardfacing layer. Common methods include: Arc Welding Oxygen-Acetylene Thermal Spraying Diode Laser Hardfacing The different hardfacing techniques provide […]

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An Introduction to Laser Welding for Dissimilar Metals

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  Many industries and applications require dissimilar materials to be joined for chemical, structural, and economic reasons. Combining dissimilar metals in a Weldment or for a weld overlay allow the use of the best properties of each metal. All industries benefit for this and is a primary importance when the overlay [cladding] is used in […]

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